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Sights

Ulrikdals Slott

Ulrikdals Slott

This 17th-century royal castle is situated on the banks of Edviken Lake in the National City Park in Stockholm and was home to King Gustaf VI Adolf and his family until 1973. Many parts of the building are open to the public including... More Read More

The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace

Designed by Nicedemus Tessin, The Royal palace is the official residence of the Swedish royal family since 1754. Its seven floors and more than 600 rooms are used for representation, offices and administration as well as the family’s... More Read More

The Ericsson Globe – SkyView

The Ericsson Globe – SkyView

Get on top of the largest spherical building in the world in a glass gondola. The winding journey along the tracks on the exterior of the building takes you 130m above sea level for a spectacular view over Stockholm. More Read More

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Food & Drink

Stadshuskällaren

Stadshuskällaren

Housed in the cellar of the famous Stockholm City Hall, where the annual Nobel banquet is held, this is where you can order any Nobel Prize dinner menu, from the first in 1901 to the one from last year. The murals on the walls... More Read More

Gastrologik

Gastrologik

Hillary Clinton is among the many famous guests who have tried the highly refined new Nordic cuisine at Gastrologik. Choosing is easy: three or six courses, without knowing the details of the menu. C ured wild salmon with onion... More Read More

Matbaren

Matbaren

The menu, based on Swedish traditions with international influences, changes daily but is always cooked with great sophistication and refinement. Internationally acclaimed chef Mathias Dahlgren is behind this relaxed dining... More Read More

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Kids

Tom Tits Experiment

Tom Tits Experiment

Tom Tits is a museum, well, more of an experimental lab, where everything can be touched, pressed, clicked and examined. Experiment with everything from air, sound and water to natural forces and the human body. It's easy to spend a... More Read More

Spårvägsmuseet

Spårvägsmuseet

In the same building as the Toy Museum you can discover the history of Swedish public transport. Take a seat in one of the first horse trams from 1877, drive an underground train and explore what our public transport might look like in... More Read More

Skansen

Skansen

Skansen is the world's oldest open-air museum, founded in 1891, with a commitment to showing Swedish life, culture, nature and history from the 18th Century onwards. Apart from a zoo and an aquarium, there's, among many other things,... More Read More

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Shops

Sivletto

Sivletto

This American shop, café and hairdresser is the place to pick up bespoke denim, bowling shirts, polka dot dresses, seamed stockings, hair pomade, kitsch jewellery and rockabilly music. A one-of-a-kind store that has plenty of... More Read More

PUB

PUB

Founded in 1882, PUB is Stockholm’s oldest department store. This is where the legendary actress Greta Garbo worked in the 1920s (in the hat department) before moving to Hollywood. The focus is on Scandinavian fashion and interior... More Read More

Plan 1

Plan 1

With over 400 square metres divided on two floors, Plan 1 stocks high-end Scandinavian interior design, such as the classics by Bruno Mathsson, Jonas Bohlin’s celebrated lamps and the playful creations by Danish HAY together with... More Read More

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Day Trips

Värmdö

Värmdö

Located 20 minutes from Stockholm by bus (public transport ticket valid) is the island Värmdö where you find Gustavsbergs Porslinsfabrik, the last remaining porcelain producer in Sweden and its outlet store as well as the newly opened... More Read More

Uppsala

Uppsala

Located just an hour by train from Stockholm, the historic and picturesque town of Uppsala is home to one of Sweden’s most renowned universities. The town centre is vibrant with many good restaurants, cozy cafés and a buzzing... More Read More

Sigtuna

Sigtuna

The picturesque town Sigtuna, located an hour from Stockholm, and very close to Arlanda airport, lets you walk through history. Pick up a map that guides you to the many 1,000-year-old runes, continue to the magnificent 17th-century... More Read More

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Nightlife

Taverna Brillo

Taverna Brillo

Inspired by the Italian kitchen, the team behind Sturehof and Riche recently launched this spacious playground for adults. It’s a bar, a restaurant, a deli, a bakery and an ice-cream café – all under one stylish roof. As the most... More Read More

Svartengrens

Svartengrens

Madeleine Rapp and Josephine Sondlo are the mixologists behind Svartengrens. Their devotion to fresh ingredients and experimental cocktail making earned them a Bartenders’ Choice Award in 2012. More Read More

Sturecompagniet

Sturecompagniet

Located on Stureplan, the square known for its vibrant nightlife, this fashionable hang-out is Stockholm’s biggest club, frequented by the professional clubbers as well as the rich and famous. Turn up before midnight, as it get more... More Read More

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Art & Entertainment

Vasamuseet

Vasamuseet

Ordered by King Gustav II Adolf, a regent obsessed with status symbols, the magnificent ship Vasa sank after only 1,300m in front of spectators on its first journey in August 1628. After several failed attempts the ship was finally... More Read More

Stadsteatern

Stadsteatern

With no less than five scenes, the smallest accommodating 60 people and the largest 700, a visit to this modern and progressive theatre could be an intimate experience or a magnificent spectacle. Known for cheeky and humorous... More Read More

Spritmuseum

Spritmuseum

This newly opened museum takes you through the bittersweet history of alcohol in two rustic 18th-century naval buildings. It explores the pain and pleasures of alcohol in interactive exhibitions that lets you touch, smell and taste the... More Read More

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