Stockholm

Sweden

In Stockholm, you are never far from water, art and restaurants. One of the cleanest cities of its size, Stockholm is made up of 14 islands, interconnected by a system of bridges and tunnels. As well as being beautiful when observed from water, this city is also a pleasure to explore by foot.

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Stockholm is the biggest city in Scandinavia and home to over 100 museums. Some are really unusual. Parks and green spaces cover a third of the city and you’ll have plenty of time for a slow walk around, as there are up to 18 hours of daylight in the summer.

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Boat and bus tours

Take one of the Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing tours. You have two options: boats or double deck buses coloured the same shade of red. You will have free Wi-Fi access onboard and an audio guide with commentaries in 10 languages.

Södermalm

Formerly a working-class district of Stockholm, Södermalm has been transformed into an attractive area offering a blend of cool cafés, non-expensive restaurants, trendy shopping and vibrant nightlife. There you will also find a perfect viewpoint for your best photos of views over the city.

Stockholm Museums

There are many different museums in Stockholm, covering an eclectic mix of topics and attractions and showcasing the city’s heritage in all its glory. You can start with Djurgården: it is easy to access this museum and it has a high density of attractions.

Gamla Stan

Gamla Stan is one of the best-preserved medieval city centres in Europe. Given that it features a series of cobbled streets, baroque restaurants, and beautiful churches, Gamla Stan is the place where the capital was founded back in the 13th century.

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Balloon ride

Would you dare to travel high in the sky in a balloon for a breathtaking feeling of freedom and unforgettable views? If the answer is “yes”, don’t miss the chance and take a ride. You can get transfers from the city to the landing place and back, a complimentary glass of champagne, and a certificate.

Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel

Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel has a lot of appealing features for private travellers, despite the fact that Radisson is mainly geared to the business market. The hotel is close to the train station and within walking distance of all the major attractions. You can even hire a bike at the front desk. An excellent breakfast with a truly great choice of dishes.

Nils Ericsons Plan 4, 111 64 Stockholm, Sweden

+46 8 505 060 00

http://www.radissonblu.com/waterfronthotel-stockholm

Scandic Gamla Stan

The Scandic Gamla Stan is perfectly located, close to everything you’ll want to see. It’s a very well-preserved building from the 1800s, where the interior makes it look like an old-time Swedish manor with chandeliers and velvet curtains. The overall look and feel is still fresh and very homely. The breakfast is great and there are lots of restaurants around.

Lilla Nygatan 25, 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden

+46 8 723 72 50

http://www.scandichotels.se/Hotels/Sverige/Stockholm/Scandic-Gamla-Stan

Hotel Skeppsholmen

If you appreciate first-class service and a quiet atmosphere, Hotel Skeppsholmen should be your choice. It’s a hotel where ancient architecture and a beautiful environment meets contemporary design. You will feel like you’re on an island far away from the city, but in reality you’re right in the most central location and everything is within easy walking distance. Needless to say, the restaurant is truly amazing.

Gröna gången 1, 111 86 Stockholm, Sweden

+46 8 407 23 00

http://www.hotelskeppsholmen.se/en/

Essential Stockholm

For those of you who arrive with one of the hundred cruises, we offer a tour that includes all the major attractions, one of the museums of your choice plus tons of practical information and advice. And we meet you right at the harbour!

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City on the Islands

For those of you who will come with kids or friends and want to see as much as possible, we offer a seven-seater car with our guide. During just two hours, you will visit 10 (!) of the 14 islands, make a panoramic picture of the city from one of the highest hills, cross the longest bridge, visit more than 10 churches, the most expensive street, the oldest market, and much more.

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The Best of Stockholm

During this three-hour walking tour, you will visit three islands, see the changing of the guard ceremony near the Royal Palace, make a coffee stop in the oldest café in Stockholm near the Nobel Museum, walk through narrow cobbled streets to the Carlson house, throw a coin to the Iron Boy (the smallest sculpture in Stockholm), squeeze through the narrowest lane, take pictures with gnomes, climb the high shore of Lake Malaren, and admire the stunning views of the Town Hall as well as the rest of the city.

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