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Stockholm Things To Do

Holidays to Stockholm will never be complete without a stopover at the following landmarks and major tourist attractions:

Stockholm Cathedral (Storkyrkan): A renowned and elegantly decorated Cathedral with magnificent interiors holding many rare artefacts such as the Dragon made of wood and statue of St. George.

The Great Synagogue of Stockholm: A historical building that dates back to 1870s and has been regarded as a rework over Oriental designs. Connoisseurs on Stockholm holidays will explore this place with utmost delight.

Stockholm City Museum (Stadsmuseet): A seventeenth century palace that was converted into a foremost national museum. It is normally well frequented by travellers on Stockholm holidays.

Museum of Medieval Stockholm (Stockholms Medeltidsmuseum): A must see museum, with its stone vaulted rooms, houses the stunning replicas of medieval Stockholm.

Grona Lunds Tivoli: One of the oldest amusement parks that are situated right at the centre of the city. A fabulous park to visit during your Stockholm holidays.

Fjarilshuset (Butterfly House) in Hagaparken: A nature’s paradise well frequented by people of all ages on Stockholm holidays. When you walk through the greenhouse garden you will be amazed at the fine collection of magnificent trees and indigenous plants. Lovely bird and butterfly rooms invite the travellers on their Stockholm holidays for a fascinating visual experience.

Sodermalm: A densely populated district in Central Stockholm that is famous for walking tours and is recommended for Stockholm holidays. Aptly called as the Brooklyn of Stockholm – more stylish, less crowded and nightly entertainment.

Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet): It is the changing/marching of guards in the imposing Royal Palace and get to enjoy its accompanying music when on holidays to Stockholm.

Gondolen: An awesome restaurant with breathtaking views of Stockholm as it is placed near the entrance of the Stockholm port, that connects Sweden to other holiday destinations worldwide like Hong Kong, Seychelles, Goa and Costa Rica. This place has to be explored on Stockholm holidays.

Vasa Museum (Vasamuseet): An outstanding museum that holds a large doomed ship. Sweden King’s lack of foresight made a biggest and best ship to sink on its maiden journey and so it was placed later in a museum, the Vasamuseet. Travellers interested in Stockholm holidays would be amazed to know about this place.

Gamla stan: A charming old town of Stockholm. Travellers on their Stockholm holidays can do a lot of sightseeing, shopping and touring at this place. It holds red, yellow and orange buildings of 1400s and a variety of elegant churches.

Skansen Open-Air Museum: Established in 1891and is one of the main attractions of Stockholm. Take delight in meeting Nordic animals at the zoo else enjoy the Swedish traditional festivals and theme days on your Stockholm holidays. There is a famous Christmas market nearby.

Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater: If you are an opera buff, you should definitely visit this palace. Its court theatre is the oldest existing theatre in Europe. It still retains the old world charm while staging new opera performances and Stockholm holidays are a great time to familiarize with it.

Millesgarden: It houses the artistic masterpieces of Carl and Olga Milles. Definitely worth visiting on your Stockholm holidays

Hallwyl Museum: A treasure trove with great collections of antique paintings, furniture, silver, jewellery, ceramics and preserved interiors. A visit to this museum is like going back to a bygone era for people on Stockholm holidays.

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