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A walk through the Royal Palace

A walk through majestic halls, where kings and queens once lived and worked, evokes a grand and solemn feeling. With its 608 rooms, the Royal Palace in Gamla Stan, Stockholm is one of Europe’s biggest. Part of the Palace is built on the remains of the first one, Tre Kronor, which was almost completely destroyed in a fire in 1697.






Östermalms Saluhall

The in-door market Östermalms Saluhall is located on Östermalmstorg in central Stockholm, located in a fantastic building. This market is definitely worth a visit, especially for lovers of good food. Visit this market for a pleasant lunch.


Address: Östermalmstorg 114 39 Stockholm


Opening hours: Mon-Thu 9.30am-6pm, Fri 9.30am-18.30pm, Sat 9.30-4pm







Modern Museum

In May 1958, Moderna Museet opened for the first time. The legendary exhibitions of the 1960s, such as Movement in Art, Wishful Museum and American Pop Art made modern art famous to the Swedes in a new way. With growing collections of both Swedish and international art, and after the large acquisition of classic works the need for a new building became urgent and in 1989, an architectural contest was launched, attracting 211 proposals out of which the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo and his proposal for Telemachos was chosen as the winner. This museum is well worth a visit and if you get tired of art, the museum has a fantastic restaurant that overlooks Stockholm’s bay.


Address: Skeppsholmen


Tel:+46 8-519 552 89


Fax: +46 8-519 552 10






Stockholm Culture House

‘Kulturhuset’ is situated on Sergels torg and it is designed by the architect Peter Celsing. It opened in 1974 and has since been a hub for art and culture. Inside, you will find three galleries, public exhibitions, theatre spaces, a library and numerous of restaurants. In the bottom of the house, the well known ‘Design Square’ is also located where you can purchase design items from emerging Swedish designers.


Address: Sergels torg 3


Tel:+46 8 508 31 508






Concert Hall

The concert hall normally features ballet and concert performances. But it is also in the Concert Hall the Nobel Prize ceremony is held each year, with a prestigious ball afterwards. Address: Hötorget 8


Ticket Office: +46 8-50 66 77 88


Guided Tour: +46 8-786 02 12








First Hotel Amaranten

First Hotel Amaranten is a four star hotel and it is located on the city side of the Kungsholmen district, to the west of Central Station. It is a perfectly located with only a ten minute's walk from the city. This comfortable hotel is well equipped with saunas and swimming pools. All rooms are modern and comfortable with outstanding amenities.


Address: Kungsholmsgatan 31


Tel: +46 8-692 52 00


Fax: +46 8-652 62 48








Fem Små Hus

Fem Små Hus means five small houses in Swedish. The restaurant faces the Köpmanstorget to the east of Gamla Stan, and it is surrounded by five historic buildings. Here you will dine inside old traditional Swedish houses. Traditional Swedish dishes are available.


Address: Nygrand 10


Tel: +46 8-10 87 75


Fax: +46 8 14 96 95








Royal Canal Tour

The Royal Canal Tour is a tour along the canals of Djurgården Island, Vaasa Museum, Sodermalm and through Slussen.






Grand's Veranda

Grand’s Veranda is a high-class French restaurant located within the Grand Hotel. It has an elegant interior and a veranda overlooking Stockholm Bay and the royal palace located in Gamla Stan. They serve fantastic Scandinavian dishes at Grand’s Veranda.


Address: Blasieholmshamnen 2


Tel: +46 8-679 35 86








Drottningholm Palace Boat

Drottningsholm’s palace boat is a commuter boat used for water transportation to the palace.






Scandic Sjöfartshotellet Stockholm

This hotel is located in the Soedermalm district. This middle-ranked hotel overlooks the harbour where you can see incoming and outgoing vessels. The building offers excellent views from the rooms facing the harbour and a superb nightscape from the rooms with balconies on the top floor. All rooms have nautical and marine designs.


Address: Katarinavägen 26


Tel: +46 8-517 349 00


Fax: +46 8-517 349 11








Hilton Stockholm Slussen

Hilton in Stockholm is located directly across the bridge to the south of Gamla Stan. This first-class hotel offers fantastic views across the water. Rooms with views of the bay and Gamla Stan are especially popular.


Address: Guldgränd 8


Tel: +46 8-517 353 00


Fax: +46 8-517 353 11








Skansen Open Air Museum

Skansen was built in 1891 in an attempt to best utilize a hill on the western side of Djurgården. Skansen is the world's first open air museum and the idea behind this museum originally came from a Swedish folklorist named A.Hazelius who wished to preserve traditional architecture and lifestyles of various Swedish regions of the country for later generations. The museum contains about 140 furnished and decorated houses of different types and artefacts collected from different parts of the country. Here you can watch craftsmen working with textiles, ceramics, glass blowing and other types of handicrafts. You can even try freshly baked bread. Here you can also experience Swedish traditional events, such as the midsummer festival and Christmas celebrations.


Address: Djurgården


Tel:+46 8-442 80 00


Fax: +46 8-442 82 82







Most plays in Stockholm are performed at Dramaten or at Stockholms Stadsteater.






Vasa Museum (Vasamuseet)

This museum is located on the north-western bank of Djurgården, behind the Nordiska Museet when heading from Östermalm. The Vasa, which measures 68m in length, 11.3m in width and 52m in height, was probably the largest battleship of her time, but she was sunk by a strong gust of wind shortly after setting out on her maiden voyage on August 10, 1628. The ship was left at the bottom of the sea for more than 300 years, but was salvaged in 1961 and was then displayed in a temporary museum until 1988. The present museum was opened in 1990. This ship is a must-see.


Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14, Djurgården


Tel: +46 8-519 548 00


Fax: +46 8-519 548 88







Uppsala University

The Uppsala University is the oldest one in Scandinavia and it was founded in 1477. Uppsala University is internationally recognised and most Australian students studying in Sweden will most likely end up in Uppsala.

Address: Box 256, 751 05 Uppsala

Tel: +46 18-471 00 00


Gripsholms Castle

Gripsholms Castle is a very stylish castle that was built 1530. The interior shows the splendor of the Renaissance period and is now used as Sweden's national portrait gallery.

Address: Mariefred

Tel: +46 159 101 94

Fax: +46 159 108 07


Old Town

Stockholm was founded in the middle of the 13th century on the island of Statsholmen, and the area around here is known as the Gamla stan (Old Town). Here you will find many historical and majestic buildings, such as the Royal Palace to the north, the Storkyrkan and churches. You can feel the medieval atmosphere as you wander through cobblestoned streets dating back to the days of the horse-and-buggy with narrow lanes that recall the way people used to live inside the tightly packed castle walls.


Asplund is an interior design shop offering designs from Swedish and international artists.

Address : Sibyllegatan 31

Tel: +46 8 662 52 84

Fax: +46 8 662 38 85 


Rica Hotel Gamla Stan

Rica Hotel in Gamla Stan was established in 1876. This hotel occupies the five floors above the Pub Department Store. The rooms are decorated with bright colours and Scandinavian-designed furniture.

Address: Lilla Nygatan 25

Tel: +46 8-723 7250

Fax: +46 8-723 7259




Hötorget is a square close to the concert hall. It is surrounded by department stores, fresh veggie and craftwork. A great place to do window shopping.

Address : Hötorget

Radisson SAS Royal Viking Hotel

The Royal Viking Hotel is a five star hotel Located on the northern side of Central Station. This is one of the most luxurious modern hotels in Stockholm. The ambience in this hotel is great. You can spend elegant evenings in the sky bar on the roof while enjoying the romantic nightscape.

Address: Vasagatan 1

Tel: +46 8-50 65 40 00

Fax: +46 8-50 65 40 01



Radisson SAS Strand

The Radisson SAS Strand is a nicely decorated hotel that has a great atmosphere. It also has an elegant restaurant in the courtyard worth visiting.

Address: Nybrokajen 9

Tel: +46 8-506 640 01

Fax: +46 8-506 640 02




The residence of Carl Miles, a famous Swedish sculptor, this facility was renovated and turned into a museum after he died. His work is based on mythology and the exhibitions include his works and other artist’s collections. If you are tired of viewing art, you can simply enjoy beautiful views in the terraced garden.

Address: Herserudsvägen 32, Lidingö

Tel:+46 8-446 75 90

Fax: +46 8-767 09 02


The New Fortress Museum

The New Fortress Museum at Vaxholm citadel was officially opened by the King of Sweden in 2003 and is the Swedish armed forces largest museum. The museum's aim is to describe the history of Sweden's coastal defense with special attention given to the development of the archipelago's defenses over 500 years.

Address: Kastellet

Tel: +46 8 541 721 57

Fax: +46 8 570 125 52



Sheraton Stockholm Hotel & Towers

The Sheraton is located to the south of Central Station with easy access to Glamla Stan. This eight -storey modern hotel is equipped with comfortable and spacious rooms with plenty of natural lighting. The tower wings offer excellent views.

Address: Tegelbacken 6

Tel: +46 8-412 34 00

Fax: +46 8-412 34 09



Cathedral Storkyrkan

Storkyrkan is a cathedral with a high tower standing behind the Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet.) Dating back in 1279, it is the oldest church in Stockholm. After undergoing many renovations over the years, the interior is currently in the late Gothic style and the exterior Baroque.

Address: Trångsund 1 Gamla Stan

Tel: +46 8-723 30 16

Nordic hotels

Nordic Hotels has two branches and they are both famous for its unique designs. The Nordic Light Hotel has 175 rooms and the Nordic Sea Hotel has 367 rooms and each room has different designs. Both of these hotels are conveniently located in the heart of the city. The Nordic See Hotel has an ice bar where you can enjoy drinks amidst a world of ice.

Address: Vasaplan 7

Tel: +46 8-50 56 30 00

Fax: +46 8-50 56 30 40



Sigtuna Museum

The Sigtuna Museum sheds light on how it was to live in the town centuries ago.

Address: Stora gatan 55

Tel: +46 8 597 838 70


Norrmalm - The North of Old Town

Norrmalm is Stockholm’s commercial centre where you can find most of Stockholm’s biggest hotels, fashionable boutiques and restaurants. It is here the business district is located as well as the famous ‘Sergels Torg’ which is a square outside Stockholm’s cultural house and is a central meeting point.

Strömma Kanalbolaget

With 13% of the city's territory covered with water, it is little wonder that both tour buses and tour boats are extremely popular in Stockholm for sightseeing in one of the world's most beautiful cities.

Tel +46 8-587 140 70

Fax +46 8-587 140 44


Lennakatten Railroad

Enjoy a train ride like it was in the early nineteen hundreds. Feel the warm steam of burning coal whilst savour the beautiful landscape of Uppland. Lenakatten is a steam engine that runs between Marielund, Lanna and Fjallnora during the summer. You can also experience a short 1-hour round trip.


Scandic Hotel Park

This white, 7-storey luxury hotel, located to the north of Humlegarden Park, opposite the Royal Library. Due to its tranquil environment, the hotel is frequently used by businesspeople. All rooms have different designs and some rooms have park views. There is a casual restaurant in the lobby.

Address: Karlavägen 43

Tel: +46 8-517 348 00

Fax: +46 8-517 348 11



Drottningholms Castle

Drottningsholm Castel is located about 10km west of Stockholm and is the home of the Swedish Royal family. It is partially open to the public. The baroque style building is also known as the "Versailles of the North," and it has also been designated as a World Heritage Site. It was originally built as a castle for Princess Elenora in 1662 but was later converted to the present three-storey building in 1756 after many repeated renovations. It is also possible to visit the Chinese Pavillion (Kina Slott), located at the back of the large well-maintained garden.

Address: Ekerö, Drottningholm

Tel: +46 8-402 62 80

Fax: +46 8-402 62 80



Disagården is an open-air museum that depicts an insightful account of Uppsala's old farmer society of the nineteenth century.

Address: Disagården

Tel: +46 18 16 91 80



Fredsgatan 12

Fredsgatan 12 is a very stylish and contemporary restaurant. It offers a great eclectic menu and creative combinations, such as chicken with eucalyptus or lamb with dill, liquorice, and carrots.

Address : Fredsgatan 12

Tel: +46 8-24 80 52

Fax: +46 8-23-76 05


The Opera House (Operan)

Called ‘Operan’ in Swedish is a historical theatre located on the southern bank of Norrmalm, facing Gamla Stan. It was originally built by Gustav III in the 18th century, but the current building was erected in Baroque style in the late 19th century.

Address: Gustav Adolfs Torg

Tel: +46 8-24 82 40


Strindberg Museum Strindbergsmuseet

The Strindberg Museum is the house in which J.A. Strindberg (1849 to 1912), one of the greatest naturalist writers and playwrights of Sweden spent his twilight years. It is now open to the public as a museum. Some theatrical acts are also performed here.

Address: Drottninggatan 85

Tel: +46 8-411 53 54

Fax: +46 8-411 01 41



Nobel Museum

The Noble Museum is located in Gamla Stan, which is in the heart of Stockholm. The Nobel Museum is well worth a visit as you can learn about the rather involved Noble structure, prize winners and politics around receiving the prize. You also purchase and inspiring Nobel book at the museum’s gift shop.

Address: Börshuset, Stortorget. Gamla Stan

Tel: +46 8-534 818 00

Fax: +46 8-23 25 07



City Hall (Stadshuset)

The city hall is located on the south eastern end of Kungsholmen island, this imposing building in the National Romantic style stands overlooking Riddarfjardan. The tower, which has an observation point 76m above the ground, is a landmark of the town with its pinnacle decorated with three dazzling golden crowns. The city hall is open to the public, and the great hall, Blue Hall (BlåHallen), where the Nobel Prize Banquet takes place every year, is a must-see. The interior of the Golden Salon (Gyllen Salen), used for holding balls for VIPs and other guests, is decorated with 19 million plated mosaic tiles and its flamboyant beauty is breathtaking. Visits are only possible as part of guided tours, so please confirm the time of these tours before you arrive. It is possible to enter the tower at any time.

Address: Hantverkargatan 1

Tel: +46 8-508 29 058

Fax: +45 8-508 29 022


Under the Bridges of Stockholm

Under the bridges of Stockholm is a tour designed to provide an appreciation for Stockholm's scenery view from the sea and Lake Malaren. Whilst enjoying the boat ride you will pass 15 bridges and 2 rock faces.


10-gruppen / Ten Swedish Designers

The 10-gruppen was founded as a collaborative effort between 10 young textile designers in 1970. Their collections often use vivid colours and are similar in style to the Finnish textile brand Marimekko.

Address : Götgatan 25

Tel: 46 8 643 25 04

Fax: +46 8 643 25 08



ICA is one of Sweden’s well sorted grocery market. Here you can find most food, national and international. ICA can be found all around the country.


Sture Gallerian

Sture Gallerian is fancy a shopping centre facing the Sture Square in the central part of Stockholm. It has a few restaurants and cafés that are very popular with the younger generation. Grev Turegatan 9 A

Tel:+46 8-611 46 06

Fax: +46 8-611 06 39



Form Design Center

The beautiful 16th century Hedmanska garden is located in the centre of the city. In 2005, the centre will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a special exhibition of architecture, design, product design and handicrafts.

Address: Lilla Torg 9

Tel: +46 40 664 51 50

Fax: +46 40 970 053



Historical Canal Tour

The historical canal tour will guide you through the city's finest views from Fjällgatan in the south of Stockholm, to Kungsholmen and Djurgården to explore the Vaasa Museum.



Uppsala is sweden’s fourth largest city and it is located 70km north of Stockholm. It is Scandinavia's largest University city and has been the base of Sweden's archbishop for over 700 years. 45 minutes by train from Stockholm Central Station, 40 minutes by bus from Arlanda airport. Uppsala is full of culture and is worth a visit.


Rica Hotel Stockholm

This hotel is located near the flower market (Hötorget) in Stockholm which provides easy access to public transport, theatres and shopping. All rooms are decorated in modern Scandinavian style.

Address: Slöjdgatan 7

Tel: +46 8-723 7209 Fax: +46 8-723 7299



Architectural Museum (Artitekuturmuseet)

The Architectural Museum was opened in combining a modern museum and a photography museum. It displays documents and publications related to architecture in general, as well as documents related to the architecture and city planning of Sweden after the 19th century.

Address: Skeppsholmen

Tel: +46 8-587 27 000

Fax: +46 8-587 270 70




Konsum is one of Sweden’s largest and well sorted grocery shop. Here you find most food, national and international. ICA can be found all around the country.


Hop-On Hop-Off Boat

This is a boat tour of the royal palace, Vasa Museum, Gamla Stan and other sightseeing spots. The ticket is valid for 24 hours and you can jump off and on from anywhere.


Uppsala Cathedral

The Uppsala Cathedral goes back to 1719. It was here the King of Sweden held coronation ceremonies. King Gustav Vasa, who led Sweden to independence, and botanist Carl von Linne are buried here. You can view the Uppsala Cathedral from the high tower on the neighbouring Uppsala castle.

Address: Domkyrkoplan 5-7

Tel: +46 18-18 72 01

Fax: +46 18-10 16 95



Sigtuna is located 50 minutes by car from Stockholm. It is one of Sweden's oldest towns with its 18th century appearance still intact. You can understand more about the old times by visiting the Sigtuna museum. During the summer, there is also a boat leaving from Stockholm. The Arlanda airport is only a 15 minute drive away from Sigtuna so it is great to visit it on your way in or out of the city.



German church Tyska Kyrkan

A baroque building located almost in the centre of Gamla Stan. It was built by the Finns in the middle of the 16th century as a guildhall, but was later converted into a church by a German merchant.

Address: Svartmangatan 16

Tel: +46(0) 8 411 11 88

Opening hours: May to mid of September Everyday 12noon to 4p.m. End of September to December Saturdays/Sundays 12noon to 4.p.m.

Closed: End of September to April Monday to Friday

Admission: Free of charge

Rica Hotel Kungsgatan

The hotel occupies the five floors above the Pub Department Store, which was established in 1876. The rooms are appointed with the bright colours of Scandinavian-designed furniture.

Address: Kungsgatan 47

Tel: +46 8-723 7220

Fax: +46 8-723 7299



Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn is an old textile design shop that apart from textiles, they sell glassware, pottery, lighting equipment and furniture. Svenskt Tenn is a well know design shop that displays on of Sweden’s finest designs and furniture.

Address : Strandvägen 5

Tel: +46 8-670-16 17



Scandic Hotel Sergel Plaza

The Scandic Hotel Sergel Plaza is located to the south of Sergels Torg. This hotel is a modern and large hotel with a spacious and open lobby that is always packed with businesspeople and tourists. The rooms are decorated in a very stylish manner. With its central location to the shopping district near the Central Station subway, it is in an ideal location.

Address: Brunkebergstorg 9

Tel: +46 8-517 263 00

Fax: +46 8-517 263 11



Grand Hotel Stockholm

The Grand Hotel is a top-class hotel that overlooks the Stockholm bay and the Royal Palace. It has become the city's landmark. The prestige the hotel enjoyed during its establishment in 1874 still remains today in the splendid interior and elegant architecture, which is reminiscent of a royal palace. The Nobel Prize winners use this hotel every year. The rooms are roughly broken down into classic and modern types.

Address: Södra Blasieholmshamn 8

Tel: +46 8-679 35 00

Fax: +46 8-611 86 86



Scandic Hotel Hasselbacken

Hotel Hasselbacken is located next to Skansen on Djurgården. Scandic is a long-established first class hotel that was built in 1853. The building gives the air of a luxurious private house. The hotel is decorated with a gorgeous interior, and it has an elegant restaurant with unique atmosphere.

Address: Hazeliusbacken 20

Tel: +46 8-517 343 00

Fax: +46 8-517 343 11



Haga Park

Haga Parken was loved by Gustav III and has been designated as the world's first national Eco Park located in a city. The pavilion is decorated in an elegant Gustavian style. The park also has two beautiful exhibitions about butterflies and birds. This park is lovely to visit in the summertime.


Gustavsberg is a small yet historic town town 20km east of Stockholm. It is famous throughout the world for its china factory, which was founded in the year 1825. The town evolved around the factory in the 19th century and homes of the working man can be seen when taking a walk through this idyllic town.

Scandic Hotel Malmen

The Scandic Hotel Malmen is a middle class hotel that is located in the centre of Soedermalm. The city is easily accessible by subway or bike. The hotel reflects our environmentally-conscious era, employing recycling and offering rooms that use only allergy-free materials.

Address: Götgatan 49-51

Tel: +46 8-517 347 00

Fax: +46 8-517 347 11




Gallerian is a small shopping mall very close to Sergels Torg. It has about 60 tenants dealing in accessories, fashion, books, restaurants and cafés.

Address : Hamngatan 37

Tel:+46 8-58 59 18 51

Fax: +46 8-791 24 41


Svensk Hemslöjd

Svensk Hemslöjd displays and sells folk art and hand craft from all over Sweden.

Address : Sveavägen 44

Tel: 46 8-23 21 15

Fax: +46 8-23 21 19




Vaxholm is a small town, located in Stockholm's archipelago. It faces the sea and it is known as the "pearl of the archipelago". Vaxholm can be reached by boat, departing from Sjeppskajen in Stockholm. It is a beautiful one hour boat trip through Stockholm's picturesque archipelago. This town has cute wooden houses, a beautiful natural habitat and a great fortress museum. A Vaxholm visit is a great one day Stockholm excursion, especially in the summer.



Djurgården is an island lying sideways to Skeppsholmen, which belongs to the eastern side of Stockholm. The word Djurgården means "Animal Garden" in Swedish, and the name originated from the fact that King Karl XI designated this area as the royal hunting grounds in the late 17th century. This is a popular area for both tourists and locals. Here you can both enjoy a museum visit as well as relaxing picnic in the park.


Sandhamn is one of the more popular islands in the Stockholm archipelago. In the summer time Sandhamn offer plenty do from sailing and fishing to shopping and eating. Sandhamn is a great resort in the summer. From Stockholm, there is a one-way 3-hour canal tour every day during the summer. Day trips are also recommended.


Ålens City

Ålens City is located in the central part of Stockholm and it is the country's largest franchised department store. It carries a wide variety of products, from high-quality merchandise to everyday goods.

Address : Klarabergsgatan 50

Tel: +46 8-676 00 00


Drottningholm Royal Theatre

The Royal Theatre was built in 1766 to celebrate the birth of Gustav III. It was used as a storehouse after Gustav III was assassinated in 1792, but was later restored at the turn of the 20th century. The theatre is now used for opera and other performances during the summer.

Tel:+46 8-556 931 00

Ticket Office: +46 77 170 70 70

Fax: +46 8-556 931 01


The Islands of Fjäderholmarna

These islands called 'Fjäderholmarna', are about 25 minutes from Stockholm by commuter boat, and it is the closest archipelago island from the city. On the island, you can find glass products and textiles by young emerging designers. You can even participate in pottery workshops. The open-air theater is very popular during the summer. The famous designer hotel "Hotel J" is also located in this area at Nacka Strand, the middle stop along the commuter boat line.


Arm Museum (Armemuseum)

The Arm Museum displays a wide collection of military uniforms, weapons and war journals, which tell the history of the Swedish army and weapons over the past 500 years. It is located in the Östermalm area.

Address: Riddargatan 13

Tel: +46 8-519 563 00

Fax: +46 8-662 68 31



Eken Matsal

Eken Matsal is a restaurant that is located on the first floor of Hilton Hotel in Slussen. This restaurant serves organic food and offers a great menu. Dining here you will also enjoy the view of the picturesque city hall and the old town across the Riddar fjord shore .

Address: Guldrand 8

Tel: +46 8-517 353 00



Scandic Hotel Continental

This hotel is conveniently located right across from the Central Station. The hotel is suitable for both tourists and businesspeople. Despite a long history, the hotel's interior resembles modern European design thanks to major renovations carried out in 1990. The ten-story hotel offers rooms with beautiful views overlooking the city hall.

Address: Klara Vattugränd 4

Tel: +46 8-517 342 00

Fax: +46 8-517 342 11



Clarion Hotel Stockholm

The Clarion is located in Södermalm. It has a modern and simple interior and was opened in May, 2003. It offers a banquet room with a capacity of 1,000 people, a terrace, a restaurant and a bar. The inside is decorated by young artists and their stylish bar is always packed with the local youngsters.

Address: Ringvägen 98

Tel: +46 8-462 10 00

Fax: +46 8-462 10 99




Mariefred is a small town located west of Stockholm. It is centered on an old castle overlooking Lake Malaren. It is a 45-minute ride by train or bus from Stockholm, but the commuter steamboats that allow passengers to enjoy the natural environment, are very popular.



Birger Jarl Hotel

Birger Jarl Hotel is a typical example of the many design hotels in Stockholm. The rooms are designed with different Sweden themes, and all rooms have different interior decorations. Room No.710 was designed by Jonas Bohlin, the master of Scandinavian design, and is a must-see.

Address: Tulegatan 8

Tel: +46 8-674 18 00

Fax: +46 8-673 73 66




Pressbyrån is a national convenient shop that is located all around the country. It has very convenient opening hours and offers great Swedish candy.



Stadshuskällaren is a restaurant that has wonderful atmosphere and it is located in the city hall. Here, you can eat like a Nobel Prize laureate and sample the genuine dinner menu of the Nobel Prize banquet. From the menu you can choose dishes from 1901 to the present day. Room sizes vary according to the number of diners. Reservations are required two days in advance.

Address: Stadshuset, Hantverkargatan 1

Tel: +46 8-506 322 00

Fax: +46 8-506 322 99



Museum of the Northern Tribe

Nordiska Museet is located in a Renaissance style building, located beyond the Djurgården Bridge. It exhibits handicraft work collected from various parts of the country and introduces traditional Swedish culture. The collections shed light on tribal history and the permanent exhibition, situated in the basement is very interesting.

Address: Djurgårdsvägen 6-16

Tel:+46 8-519 546 00

Fax: +46 8-519 545 80



Gustavsbergs Proceline Museum

Gustavsbergs Porceline Museum has over 50 000 visitors each year. It is located in the harbor of Gustavsberg which is located outside Stockholm. From here you can learn about the history of Gustavsberg's famous china factory and how to make and paint porcelain. You can also purchase porcelain products.

Address: Odelbergsväg 5, Gustavsberg

Tel: +46 8 570 356 58



Stockholm Sightseeing

With 13% of the city's territory covered with water, it is little wonder that both tour buses and tour boats are extremely popular in Stockholm for sightseeing in one of the world's most beautiful cities.

Tel: +46 8-587 140 20

Fax: +46 8-587 140 44



Hemkop is one of Sweden’s largest and well sorted grocery shop. Here you find most food, national and international. ICA can be found all around the country.


Scandic Hotel Anglais

Hotel Anglais is located to the south of Humlegarden Park. This first class hotel is popular because of its quiet and green surrounding environment. The hotel has a large lobby and a restaurant with a terrace, so during the summer you can enjoy your meal while gazing at the park. The rooms are stylish and simple with a clean feel to them. Most rooms are equipped with bath tubs. The rooms facing the park are available on request.

Address: Humlegårdsgatan 23

Tel: +46 8-517 340 00

Fax: +46 8-517 340 11



Svenskt Hantverk

Svenskt Hantverk is a shop that carries traditional Swedish costumes and folk crafts. Hand-craft products are also available.

Address : Kungsgatan 55

Tel: 46 8-411 48 26

Radisson SAS Sky City Hotel

The Radisson SAS Sky City Hotel is an airport hotel located in the northern suburbs of Stockholm between Terminal 4 and Terminal 5 of the Arlanda Airport. It is a very convenient location for catching late or early flights.

Address: P.O. Box 82 Arlanda Airport

Tel: +46 8-506 740 00

Fax: +46 8-506 740 01




Skeppsholmen is an island that lies to the south of Östermalm, located in the east of Gamla Stan. It was a naval base in the past, but now home to the Modern Museum, the Photo Museum and the Architectural Museum. There is also a National Museum on the opposite side of the bridge on the northern bank.

Nordiska Kristallmagasinet

Nordiska Kristallmagasinet is an old shop that sells Orrefors, Kosta Boda and Venetian glass crystals. Their art glass collection is a must see.

Address : Kungsgatan 9

Tel: +46 8-10 43 72

Fax:+46 8-21 68 45


Royal Palace Kungliga Slottet

This palace looks as if it is actually standing on the water. This is the place where Birger Jarl first built the castle, but the current building is of Dutch Renaissance style dating back to 1760. The palace has 608 rooms, but with the residential castle now located in Drottningholms Palace (Drottningholms Slott), this palace is only used on certain occasions, such as for entertaining state and public guests, and for housing diplomats. The King's working office is also located here.


Museum of Junibacken/Astrid Lindgen Junibacken

This museum was opened in 1996 on the seashore adjacent to Vasamuseum. The miniature world of fairytales written by Astrid Lindgren, one of the most notable fairytale writers in Sweden, has been recreated featuring the people and sceneries that appear in the books. In addition to the various exhibitions, the museum also has a children's playground, so a visit can be enjoyed by the entire family.

Address: Galärvarvsvägen

Tel:+46 8-587 230 00

Fax: +46 8-587 230 99



Parliament Riksdaghuset

A grey stonework building located in front of the Royal Palace on the island of Hergeandsholmen. It has served as the political centre since it was erected in 1905.

Address: Sverige Hksdag 100-12

Tel: +46 8-786 40 00

Tour with guide (English): Free of charge Saturdays/Sundays, July&August 1.30p.m.




Östermalm is located north east of the Old Town. This is a residential quarter that attracts many high-class restaurants, expensive boutiques and antique shops. The large bustling indoor-market called Ostermalms hallarna and sightseeing spots such as Historical Museum, Ethnographical Museum cannot be missed. This area is lovely to walk around in, so if you are interested in design & architecture this is the down town area of Stockholm to check out.

Berns Hotel

Berns Hotel is a chic place, converted from a private residence of a German aristocrat named Lord Berns. The hotel has exquisite atmosphere and with a unique restaurant that is visited by many Stockholm locals. The guest rooms are of high-quality with cherry wood furnishing.

Address: Näckströmsgatan 8

Tel: +46 8-566 322 00

Fax: +46 8-566 322 01


Old Uppsala

'Gamla Uppsala' is a township outside Uppsala in Sweden. As early as the 3rd century AD it was an important religious, economic and political centre. Gamla Uppsala was well-known in Northern Europe as the residence of the Swedish kings of the legendary Yngling dynasty. During the Middle Ages, it was also the location of the Thing of all Swedes which was a thing (general assembly) held from pre-historic times to the Middle Ages. The mounts of the three kings, the Gamla Uppsala church and the Disagården open-air museum are the key highlights in this area.

Steninge Castle & Culture Centre

The Steninge Castle is located on the outskirts of Sigtuna and it is a beautiful baroque style architecture that is built in 1705. The culture centre which is located next to the castle has, among other interesting things, a glass workshop where you can experience glass blowing. Sometimes people also get married here.

Address: Stenladugården, 195 91 Märsta

Tel: +46 8 592 595 00

Fax: +46 8 592 595 10



History museum

The museum exhibitions Swedish relics from the early times to the Viking era and furniture and clothes from the Middle Ages. The museum holds a collection of more than 3, 000 pieces of jewellery, which is classified as national treasures, are stored in the Gold Room.

Address: Narvavägen 13-17

Tel: +46 8- 519 556 00

Fax: +46 8-519 556 03



Vedholms Fisk

Vedholms Fisk is an restaurant with history. The 70-year old owner and chef, Vedholm, is still active in the kitchen and he is famous for his seafood menu.

Address: Nybrokajen 17

Tel: +46 8-611 78 74

Fax: +46 8-678 60 11

Riddarholm Church Riddarholmskyrkan

Located on the island of Ridarholmen, to the west of Gamla Stan, this building was built as a monastery in the 13th century. It was then turned into a Gothic church, and is now the burial place of every Swedish monarch since King Gustav 2 Adolf was buried here in 1634.

Address: Riddarholmskyrkan

Tel: +46 (0)8-402 60 00

Opening hours: May 15th to September 14th Everyday 10.00a.m. to 4.p.m.

Closed: September 15th to May 14th Admission: 30kr (20% off/10 people or more)

Panorama Tour

The Panorama Tour takes you on a boat tour around the beautiful aquatic city that visits Stockholm's major sightseeing spots.



The Gustavianum was built in the 1620s to be the main building of Scandinavia's oldest university, and served as such through most of the 19th century. The building is now home to the University Museum, holding five permanent exhibitions. The history of the university from 1477 to the present day is highlighted, as is the Anatomical Theater. The famous Augsburg Art Cabinet and unique objects like Celsius' thermometer is also on display. The university collections of Nordic, Classical and Egyptian antiquities are also on show.

Address: Akademigatan 3

Tel: +46 18-471 75 71

Fax: +46 18-471 75 72



Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

This is a tour of the major sightseeing spots in Stockholm. A ticket is valid for 24 hours and can be used to freely get on and off buses at bus stations.

NK-Nordiska Kompaniet

The NK complex was founded in 1902 and is the oldest department store in Sweden. It is renowned for carrying high-quality products and famous brands. It is located opposite the tourist information centre. The basement floor features a crystal and a souvenir corner.

Address : Hamngatan 18-20

Tel: +46 8-762 80 00

Fax: +46 8-762 90 89



Restaurant Gondolen offers great views to its visitors as it is located on the top floor of an high rising building, facing the Stockholm bay. Apart from Swedish meals, dishes from around the world are also available. Gondolen is also a popular place for lunch.

Address: Stadsgatan 6

Tel: +46 8-641 70 90

Fax: +46 8-641 11 40



First Hotel Reisen

This is a five star hotel and it is located on the eastern bank of Gamla Stan. It was established as a hotel in the 18th century, and some parts of the building still have remnants of the fortress that was built in the 17th century. Room sizes and interior decor differ from room to room, but the rooms facing the ocean are the most popular.

Address: Skeppsbron 12

Tel: +46 8-22 32 60

Fax: +46 8-20 15 59



Långholmens Prison Museum

Långholmens, the green island in the middle of Stockholm, was once home to Sweden's largest prison from 1724 to 1989. The building has been restored and is now a hotel, hostel and a conference centre. A part of the facility is open to the public where you can enter the prison cells.

Address: Långholmsmuren 20

Tel: +46 8-720 85 81

Fax: +46 8-720 85 90



The Islands of Fjärdeholmarna

This is a boat trip that visits the 4 islands of Fjärdeholmarna, which are located 20 minutes from Stockholm. Once arrived to Fjärdeholmarna you can enjoy a nice meal at one of the lovely restaurants or cafes. You can also find a smoked fish factory at Fjärdeholmarna, which is popular by locals and visitors.



Opera and ballets are performed alternatively at Kungliga Operan, and ballets are performed at Stockholm's Stadsteater. Only summer performances are held in the theatre located inside Drottningholms Palace.


Flea market

The flea market, called loppmarknad in Swedish, is the largest flea market in Scandinavia, attracting people from all around the country. It is located 20 minutes from central station and the easiest way of getting there is to use the subway, heading to Norsborg.

Address : Bottenvåningen Vårberg Centrum

Tel: +46 8-710 00 60



Mega store

Mega Store is an entertainment shop, located next to central station. With 3 floors, it is Scandinavia's largest video and music department store with a large selection including Swedish and international artists.

Address : Sveav a gen 1-3

Tel: +46 8-566 212 71



Stockholm Quality Outlet

This quality outlet is situated near the IKEA furniture store, with high-quality brand products at discounts from 30 to 70%. It offers an excellent variety of goods, including clothes, shoes and sporting equipment.

Address: Majorsv a gen 2-4

Tel:+46 8-564 720 31

Fax: +46 8-56 47 20 40




Kungstradgarden, named for its role in the past as the royal kitchen's veggie garden. “King's garden" is today a public park located in the city centre which is always full with people in summer time. In the winter time, ice skating is a popular winter sport.

Tel: +46 8-555 100 90



Brinken Konsthantverk

Brinken Konsthantverk is located in front of the Cathedral of Gamla Stan. It offers a wide variety of Scandinavian products such as hand-woven sweaters and jumpers.

Address : Storkyrkobrinken 1

Tel: +46 8-411 59 54

Fax: +46 8-411 59 54

Business hours: Monday to Friday 10:30 to 19:00 Saturday and Sunday 11:00 to 16:00

Closing days: Sundays in January

Oriental Museum (Östasiatiska Museet)

This museum was originally built as a residence for the guards who worked for Karl XII during his reign. It was opened as an arts museum in 1963 and displays mainly collections of Chinese works, but the museum also contains many works from countries such as Japan, India and Korea.

Address: Skeppsholmen

Tel: +46 8-5195 5750

Fax: +46 8-5195 5755



House is a funky design shop that sells unique and modern furniture. They take orders.

Address : Humlegårdsgatan 14

Tel: +46 8-545 853 40

Business hours: Monday to Friday 10:30 to 18:30 Saturday 10.30am to 4pm


R.O.O.M. is a funky design shop that sells modern designed interior products from kitchen utensils to furniture. These unique Scandinavian products are great for souvenirs.

Address: Alströmergatan 20

Tel:+46 8-692 50 00

Fax: +46 8-692 50 60



Design Torget

Design Torget is a fun design shop that displays products from emerging artists and designers. Most This is an ideal location to purchase unique Scandinavian souvenirs from.

Address : kultur huset

Tel: +46 8-21 91 50

Fax: +46 8-24 65 23



Classic Concerts

In addition to Stockholms concert hall, classic concerts are held at Berwaldhallen, the home of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, and at the theatre inside the Drottningholms Palace during summer.


Stockholm in a Nutshell

Stockhol in a Nutshell allows visitors to enjoy the archipelago and lake scenery to their fullest. Visit sightseeing spots by bus before boarding a boat at Djurgården.