Our Top Tours in Stockholm
Dating from the 1200s and crammed with must-see sights, attractions, cafés, authentic restaurants, and boutique shops, the area of Gamla Stan (Old Town) is a living-breathing museum in its own right.
This is the most visited museum in Sweden, and rightfully so. More than one million people a year come here to enjoy the different exhibitions and watch the movie on the Vasa ship's history.
A rich taste of the once-mighty Swedish Empire, the palace is one of the largest in Europe featuring more than 600 rooms and several museums. Dating from the 18th century and Baroque in style, the palace houses many gems. Here, you can see Queen Kristina's silver throne and visit the Museum of Antiquities, the Armoury, the Tre Kronor (Three Crowns) Museum, and Treasury. Don't miss the daily changing of the guard.
More Wonderful Swedish Destinations
Immerse yourself in the Swedish lifestyle, with ‘fika’ (a break for coffee and a sweet bun) at an outdoor café. Visit interesting food markets and impressive museums. There’s also a multitude of enticing restaurants—seven with Michelin stars. What’s more, there’s also the city archipelago right on Gothenburg’s doorstep. It’s easy to reach via a half-hour tram ride and a short passenger ferry trip.
Malmö is Sweden’s first Fairtrade City, certified in 2006, which has spurred the city’s organic and fair trade offerings. In Malmö, it’s easy to shop with a clear conscience and to enjoy ethically produced food and drink. Here, you can dine at one of Sweden’s most acclaimed organic restaurants. And you can shop for the latest fashions made with the environment and ethics in mind.