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The capital of Sweden is a collection of 14 islands, connected by no fewer than 57 bridges. Despite this, it is easy to navigate and is jam-packed with interesting sights, history, a vibrant Nordic culture and delicious food. Book flights to Stockholm to discover it for yourself.
Why choose Stockholm?
Managing to effortlessly combine its traditions with contemporary style and design, visitors to Stockholm will soon find themselves charmed. Each of its neighbourhoods has its own character and it is a delight to explore them all. The museums and attractions have been well thought out and leave travellers with a better understanding of what Swedish culture is all about.
Like most capital cities, Stockholm can cater to many different tastes, but there are some attractions that everyone will enjoy. These include:
ABBA: The Museum
An absolute must for fans of the 1970s quartet of Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid, the ABBA Museum is an interactive exhibit inside the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. See some of the group’s costumes and blast out Waterloo to your heart’s content.
Children and big kids alike will love a day at the Grona Lund theme park, where you’ll find more than 30 rides and attractions. Insane, Twister and Kvasten are among the most popular rollercoasters at this park on Djurgarden Island.
Royal Swedish Opera
Treat yourself to a night at the opera or ballet in stunning surroundings at the Kungliga Operan, the national stage for such performances. There is a packed calendar of events and the building itself, which opened to the public in 1898 is beautifully ornate.
Top Stockholm districts
Stockholm is the sum of its neighbourhoods, but it’s difficult to visit them all in just one trip, so decide which parts of the city you’d really like to explore. They may include:
The medieval old town is a charming mix of narrow cobbled streets and grandiose architecture. Spend your time soaking up the atmosphere in its cafes, bars and restaurants in between sightseeing.
An oasis in the city, Djurgarden is the green area that most locals like to head to when they have time to themselves. It is also home to some of Stockholm’s finest museums, making it a sure contender for your list of places to visit.
The surrounding area
is located in an archipelago of 30,000 islands, meaning there is no shortage of places to go for a day-trip. They are well-connected by road, rail and ferry, so whichever way you want to travel to visit the castles, coastlines, woodlands and lakes, the surrounding area is your oyster.
Our top 3 tips
• If you go to the Nobel Museum, make a visit to the bistro and look underneath your chair, as this is where laureates sign their names when they visit.
• Grona Lund theme park allows visitors to bring their own food, so pack a picnic if visiting with the kids.
• Purchase a travelcard for the Tunnelbana, Stockholm’s metro system and enjoy the wonderfully decorated stations as you travel.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) is one of two airports that serve the city and takes care of the majority of international flights. These are dealt with in Terminals 2 and 5. It lies 23 miles from the centre, but is well-connected in terms of public transport.