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Places to see in Stockholm, things to do in Stockholm, Sweden

1. Walking Around Stockholm's Djurgården Island

Stockholm's Djurgården (english: Game Park) is an island right in the middle of Stockholm, known for its beautiful green spaces, many sights, events, parks, and tourist attractions. Stockholm consists of a number of islands that are linked together by bridges. The island Djurgården is a cultural center and lushly wooded park to which Stockholmers have been flocking for centuries.



2. Great Guided Tours in Stockholm

Get all of Stockholm's attractions in one! What are the best guided tours in Stockholm for Sweden travelers? This travel article shows the best guided tours in Stockholm for visitors, along with booking information so you can make reservations online. Which tours are the most interesting, or the most unique? Find out in Best Guided Tours in Stockholm!





3. "Grona Lund" Amusement Park in Stockholm

Grona Lund Amusement Park is another popular attraction in Stockholm. For fun with the whole family, amusement parks always work well! In Stockholm, there is the Tivoli "Grona Lund" Amusement Park which even has a "Viking Ship" ride in Scandinavian tradition! Find out the details in the review of this Swedish theme park.




4. Enjoy Stockholm Nightlife & Bars

Stockholm Nightlife has gone a long way in the last couple of years. With the most visited place being, Stockholms biggest Club, Sturecompagniet which is situated smack in the middle of Stureplan. Then followed by the next top 4 , Spy Bar, Icebar stockholm , White Room and Ambassadeur .  If you're not traveling with children and are more interested in nightlife, music, and bars, you have found the perfect destination. Read about the Top 4 Nightclub Recommendations which partylovers should not miss on any trip to this Swedish city!




5. The Famous Vasa Museum

In 1628, the highly-decorated warship Vasa sailed from Stockholm on her anticipated maiden voyage and sank. Three centuries later, Vasa was discovered and salvaged and is now the world's only preserved 17th-century ship. The museum allows you to view it from six levels and it has been chosen as one of the 7 Wonders of Sweden!




6. The Changing of the Guard in Stockholm

Watching the changing of the Royal Guard in Stockholm is a really great experience - and it's free! The Royal Guard (part of the Swedish Armed Forces) consists of around 30,000 guards. Watching this free 40-minute event of the changing of the guard in front of the King of Sweden's residence is very interesting to see and a very popular attraction in Stockholm...




7. Shopping Scandinavian Artwork

Do you like to go shopping? Stockholm is often considered the "shopping capital of the North" and is, of course, known for modern Scandinavian design. Nowadays, Swedish homes are synonymous with Ikea, which helped several great furniture & accessories designers. There are 5 famous stores for artwork and design shoppers in Stockholm's inner city, among them the stores of Svenskt Tenn and Asplund - now find out exactly where to go for design & artwork in Stockholm...



8. The ABBA Museum

The ABBA Museum in Stockholm will be the world's first official ABBA museum and already expects to welcome half a million visitors a year. ABBA fans will love the new museum. A location in central Stockholm has been found for the new Stockholm attraction that is referred to as "ABBA the Museum". It will offer museum visitors over 4,000 square meters of interesting ABBA stuff, on three levels. The scheduled grand opening initially planned for 2009 has been delayed and no new date has been released yet. We'll keep you posted.



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