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What to see, what to do Stockholm?
The 10 good reasons to go Stockholm
A photogenic city
The luminous reflection between sky and water offers a dream setting for photographers
Stockholm is dotted with a hundred spectacular and innovative museums!
Traditional red wood or turquoise roofing merge with modern minimalism
Make yourself at home: cafes and restaurants are cozy and warm places
Visit the 24,000 islands and islets that make up the unique northern landscape.
Art and Design
Capital of art and design: a reason in itself to travel to Stockholm!
A real discovery for a cuisine that is rare elsewhere, succulent and unique!
The capital of design has no shortage of original and trendy stores!
Small city, big capital
Great cosmopolitan capital without being imposing: a city on a human scale!
Between parks, lakes and forests, Stockholm is perfect for an outdoor stay.
What to visit Stockholm?
Stockholm's must-see attractions
Surrounded by fourteen islands in the heart of the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is a city of a thousand faces that skilfully blends modernism and history. Dynamic and forward-looking, Sweden's capital is, to this end, a European example in terms of ecology and sustainable development. The luxuriant nature that surrounds it is protected and remains at the centre of the inhabitants' concerns. It is also a prime cultural destination that houses ...
Good to know to visit Stockholm
Museums are generally open Tuesday through Sunday, often closed on Monday and/or Sunday. Generally open from 10am to 6pm. Smaller museums are rarely open during the week. To get to Djugården, it is recommended to use streetcar line 7, accessible from Hamngatan or Nybrokajan.
To be booked
For guided tours in the city (Ingmar Bergman, gastronomic walk, or other) it is recommended, if not imperative, to book in advance. For museum tours, it is possible to book at the last minute during your visit. That said, museum tours often have fixed times, so check online
Budget & Tips
Museums with free admission: Accelerator, Arkdes, Moderna Museet, the Ethnographic Museum, the City Museum, the National Museum, the Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities, the Östasiatiska Museet, the Halwyll Museum, the Medieval Museum... Some of these museums have permanent collections that are free of charge, but temporary exhibitions that are subject to a fee
For the paying museums, the prices vary around 70 or 120 SEK (adult price). Most of the paying museums are free for people under 18 or 19 years old, and offer discounts for students or seniors.
Visit the digital Stockholms Läns Museum ( www.stockholmslansmuseum.se ) where you will find more information about the municipality of Stockholm. They offer walking tours, online collections, and exhibitions not to be missed. A museum in your pocket!
The period before Christmas is always full of events and festivities, with special meals or concerts open to the public. The city is transformed from the inside out. Otherwise, Skansen is often a venue for many festivities and traditions throughout the year, such as St. Walburga's Day in April. The summer also offers a series of festivals around music and culture
There are guided tours for all tastes, with different themes, from cinema, gastronomy, literature, or kayaking in Stockholm!
Visit the website www.toursofstockholm.com where you will find a plethora of local guided tours