Holidays To Stockholm

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The capital of Sweden Stockholm is famous within itself as being one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, which is built on 14 islands that are connected by 57 bridges. The city is rich in cultural life and its 750 year history can be felt throughout. One of the best things is that with a little leg work you will probably be able to take in most of the attractions. Stockholm’s oldest attraction Gamla Stan, is said to be one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world. If you are a food lover then you are in for a definite treat in Stockholm as food trucks have made their mark in the restaurant world. You can enjoy the beauty of the city while munching on mouthwatering food. You can enjoy some quality brewed coffee at the various cafes around the city. Be sure to go to the oldest open air museum, Skansen Open Air Museum that also houses the Stockholm Zoo. A great way to take in the city would be to take a boat sightseeing tour. To experience a holiday to Stockholm on your terms look for all inclusive holidays at Travel Center. These holiday packages help you enjoy low cost flights, book your perfect accommodation and organise tours and excursions that suit your interests.

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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Norwegian, SAS, Ryanair, KLM

Languages

Swedish

Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Metro, Bike

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 12.54 SEK
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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ABBA: The Museum and Swedish Music Hall of Fame

ABBA is a Swedish cultural phenomenon, so it is no surprise that this group has its own dedicated museum in the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. Tickets are issued to ensure each visitor has the ultimate experience at this modern interactive museum. Each ticket has a designated time so book in advance and enjoy your non-stop fix of ABBA music.

Drottningholm Palace

The Drottingholm Palace is one of three World Heritage Sites to be found in Stockholm and is the permanent residence of the royal family. The palace and the park are generally opened throughout the year and give visitors a glimpse into the country’s history as this seventeenth century palace is very well preserved.

Drottningholms Slottsteater

Theatre buffs will enjoy the historic value of this theatre that still uses its original stage machinery regularly. This palace theatre, the Slottsteater, was built in the eighteenth century, is very well preserved and opened for guided tours and public performances during summer. It is located at the Drottingholm Palace, the permanent residence of the royal family.

The Chinese Pavilion

The Chinese Pavilion is located within grounds of the fairytale palace, the Drottingholm palace, which is the permanent residence of the royal family. You will be transported to an eastern setting while being in Europe, with its rococo furnishing with chinoiserie that lay evidence to the relationship between Asia and Europe.

Birka

Birka was an important town during the times of the Vikings and is considered as one of Sweden’s first real towns. It was an important marketplace and a central hub and today it provides visitors with a wealth of information as it is filled with ancient remains perfect for exploring. It is lovely for a day trip and is also a World Heritage Site.

The National Maritime Museum

This Maritime Museum is a great way to learn about Sweden’s efforts to master the sea and the impact the sea had on society. Sea merchants and pirates played important roles and kids can have fun learning about it in the play room and workshops conducted for kids. Be sure to check out the floating museum as well. Best of all admission is free.

The Royal Opera House

Whether you go on the guided tour or as a member of the audience you have to visit the magical Royal Opera House. It has been a venue for opera and ballet since 1773. If you opt to go on the guided tour you will have the amazing opportunity to see the backstage, the royal rooms and peek at the orchestra pit.

The Woodland Cemetery

The Woodland Cemetery is modernist masterpiece and has been described as a place ‘of sublime beauty and poetry’. It takes the visitor on a journey of life, death and nature. This cemetery is a UNESCO World Heritage site and during July and September visitors can enjoy guided tours. It is paradoxically a great place to contemplate the beauty of life

Kulturhuset Stadsteatern

Enjoy Stockholm’s modern culture at is arts and culture center, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern. You will be able to get your fix of live theatre, libraries, seminars, exhibitions, cafes and restaurants. Entry is free so it is a popular bustling place. However, extra charges do apply for theatre performances and such.