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Since may of 2013 Stockholm is enriched by the ABBA museum. These Swedish supertroupers are known world wide for their many hits in the 70’s and 80’s. Visit the museum for a trip down memory lane. Be sure to do it, because it is one gigantic party here! Make recordings with the group, dance to the music and test your ABBA knowlegde!
Djurgårdsvägen 68, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
This is one of the most visited museums in Scandinavia. It houses the famous Vasa ship. This Swedish warship was built in the 1620’s and sank on her maiden voyage to the bottom of the Stockholm waters. For 333 years it was raised to the surface again and nowadays you can find it in all of its full glory in the Vasa Museum.
Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
This is Stockholm’s old town. Situated on the island of Riddarholmen lies one of the best preserved medieval city centers in Europe. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252. It is filled with lots of museums, attractions, restaurants and cafe’s. A visit to Stockholm is not complete without it.
Gamla Stan, Stockholm
The National Museum of Stockholm is closed due to renovation. It will reopen in 2018. Find out on their website were they hold their temporary exhibition.
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 2, 111 48 Stockholm, Sweden
This is one of the most important buildings in Sweden. It is famous for its grand ceremonial halls, unique architecture and striking interior. Take a tour inside and get the inside look in the meaning behind this mosaic golden hall, the nobel prize banquet and the city of Stockholm.
Hantverkargatan 1, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
This landmark in Stockholm is the Ericsson Globe. Take a 20 minute ride in the SkyView: the world’s largest spherical building.
Globen, Globentorget 2, 121 77 Stockholm, Sweden
Sweden has some of the best shops in the Europe. If you are in the shopping mood make sure to kick off at Drottinggatan. This is the largest pedestrian shopping street in Stockholm.
Scandinavia is known for its ice bars and hotels. In the city centre of Stockholm you can find an ice bar. Visit this bar to get the polar experience as you sit at the ice bar, on your ice chair with your ice glass.
Vasaplan 4, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden
The Tyska Kyrkan is one of the many churches in the old town Gamla Stan. This building dates back from the 1500’s. Visit the church between 11 am and 5 pm to witness the 350 year old pulpit and much more.
Svartmangatan 16, 111 29 Stockholm, Sweden
There are hundred works of art in the city of Stockholm. The most unusual is the Iron Boy Statue. The name of the boy is Järnpojke and he is the smallest statue in Stockholm. Find him in the middle of Gamla Stan and bring him something. Some people make him little scarfs or hats to keep him warm or some just offer some candy. He’s the smallest but also the hardest statue the find in Stockholm so make sure to check where he is in the map above
Järnpojke, Trädgårdsgatan 2, 111 31 Stockholm, Sweden
This grand museum in the middle of old town Stockholm tells the story of the Nobel Prize and its founder. It aims to spread knowlegde as well as to create interest around natural sciences and culture.
Stortorget 2, 103 16 Stockholm, Sweden
When talking about the Royal Palace it is very important to mention it is 1 room bigger than Buckingham palace. It is open to the public and you can visit one of the museum inside. You can also meet the royal guards that have been guarding the palace since 1523. The changing of the guards is also a popular attraction. They start at the Cavalry Barracks and than march to the Army Museum. They arrive at the palace around 12.15 (on Sundays around 13.15).
Royal Palace, Stockholm