Stockholm is a 700 year old city and it is clear that this time has been well spent building an impressive collection of museums. These museums offer such varied themes as biology, ethnography, architecture, dancing, toys and medieval history.
The buses in Stockholm offer very good local transport to locations and subway- and commuter train stations. Stockholm Public Transportation buses stop at designated bus stops along their respective routes. The buses in Stockholm are predominantly of red color, however the Stockholm inner city buses are of blue color and are more often better fitted [...]
The Stockholm Commuter Trains (Pendeltåg) are part of the Stockholm Public Transportation network and consists of 50 stations which connect Stockholm and the outer regions of Stockholm County. The commuter trains are ideal if you want to reach out in to Stockholm County’s suburbs like Nynäshamn or Märsta.
The National Museum in central Stockholm features some of Sweden’s most precious historical art. It is the premier Swedish museum for 16th to 20th century art.
The Djurgården Line (Djurgårdslinjen) in central Stockholm is a heritage tramway with the line number 7 which runs from Norrmalmstorg out to the beautiful island of Djurgården with the end of the line being at Waldermarsudde.
The Stockholm Subway (Locally Tunnelbanan) is part of the Stockholm public transportation network and runs both above and below ground and is an easy, carefree and cheap way of transportation across Stockholm. Stockholm and particularly Stockholm City is also easily navigated by taxi or public transportation buses.
Casino Cosmopol Stockholm is located in central Stockholm City and is one of Sweden’s four casinos, all operated and run by the government organisation Svenska Spel (Swedish Games).
Stockholm City Hall (Stadshuset) lies on the island of Kungsholmen in the centre of Stockholm City. Stockholm City Hall is today open for visitors and is a popular tourist attraction.
Drottningholm Palace (Drottningholms Slott) is one of Sweden’s Royal Palaces, located in the western part of Stockholm and it is a popular tourist attraction with its appealing looks and surroundings, nearby theater and café. It is the summer residence of the Swedish Royal Family.
The Royal Palace (sometimes Stockholm Palace) is the official residence of the Swedish Royal Family located at the heart of Stockholm City and is one of Europe’s largest palaces. The palace was rebuilt in to its current form in 1830 and has over 600 rooms.