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STOCKHOLM

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is known for its beautiful buildings, architecture, parks, gardens and canals. It has been called the Venice of the North and is located on a beautiful archipelago, with its charming Old Quarter (Gamla Stan), being the heart of the city, with colorful buildings and narrow cobble stoned streets. In the Kungliga Slottet Royal Palace you can learn about the traditions of the Swedish monarchy and you can also find the seat of parliament, the Riksdag, nearby. Don’t forget to visit the interesting medieval churches, as well as the numerous museums and activities for families with children, such as the amusement park and the zoo. The city center offers incredible opportunities for shopping and enjoying the local cuisine.

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • Øresund Bridge
  • The Marble Church
  • GammelKongevej Copenhagen Street)
  • Nyhavn Canals
  • The Rosenborg Castle-Palace
  • Søerne Lakes
  • National Museum
  • Copenhagen Opera House
  • King’s Theater

General Information

Altitude: 0 masl

Surface Area: 188 km2

Time Zone: UTC +1

Language: Swedish

Currency: Swedish Krona

Voltage: 230 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Arlanda, located 45 km from the city center, is the largest airport in Sweden and the main airline hub. The Stockholm subway system connects the city’s main points and three train lines (Pendeltågen, Roslagsbanan and Saltsjöbanan), which offer services to the surrounding area.

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