Stockholm is situated on Sweden’s south east coast and is the country’s capital. This city has museums and numerous parks and is among the capitals in the world. Stockholm is a tourist destination and this is a summary of its most important attractions. The city has many beautiful islands. Djurgården Game Park Island is situated in the city’s centre and is the hottest one attracting millions of visitors each year. Djurgården has plenty of green areas, parks sights and is an ideal place for a walking tour and pursuits and a cultural centre. To achieve Djurgården, take the Djurgården tram. A ride on these trams that were constructed between 1950 and 1920 is an experience of itself inside.
The Grona Lund, which means ‘the grove’, amusement park is situated near island also is another place. This amusement park is a. With its attractions such as roller coasters a haunted house a theater concerts by artists and artwork exhibitions that are different it is activities for adults and kids. Do not forget to visit with the fabulous ‘Ship’ ride because it is built in true style. The Vasa Museum was founded in 1990 and is the museum in Sweden. The museum comprises the world’s only preserved ship. This ship is a warship that is enormous and is known as the Vasa. It sank in 1628 in Stockholm and was discovered after 3 centuries. The museum includes a terrific collection of guided tours, historical artifacts and shows. The Modern Museet retains a collection of 20th century art including renowned works of artists that are world-famous and is a. The National Museum is situated close to shows fantastic paintings, sculptures and decorative arts and Moderna Museet to the present day from century.
Free tour Stockholm is famous for ice skating. Skating in the Park is the winter season’s activity. The ice rink was built in 1962 and has a nice atmosphere with drinks and live music. Ice skating is free. The Royal Palace in the Old Town is the official residence of Sweden’s King and it provides a lot to research such as the Royal Armory, Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities, the Royal Chapel, 600 rooms and the Treasury. Visitors can observe the wonderful changing of the Royal Guard ceremony. This service involves about 30,000 guards. Gamla Stan or old Town features cobble stoned streets unique shops, art galleries and much more. It is the largest medieval and best preserved town in Europe. Gamla Stan homes some landmarks such as the town’s cathedral and is famous for its beauty. City Hall is the Nobel banquet is conducted and is another place, where. The building houses the Golden Hall featuring images from history, the site of Nobel ceremony and the Blue Hall.