Stockholm, capital of Sweden, is the biggest city in whole Scandinavia! Moreover, the Swedish government and parliament can be found there. Additionally, Stockholm is known for being a cultural center. Despite all politics, the flair of Stockholm is really unique and Stockholm is a paradise for sightseeing, especially in summer. All you need to know now is what to do and see in Stockholm!
Stockholm’s old town definitely is a very charming part of the city – no wonder dating back to the 1300s!
Spreading a unique flair, it is utterly enjoyable to discover the architecture and the old buildings which are mostly from the 18th and 19th century! Not to forget about the small cobblestoned streets.
Even though the royal couple hasn’t been in the media the last months, it is very interesting nevertheless to have a look at where the king officially resides.
And which Palace isn’t worth looking at?
Neoclassic and Baroque Revival meet when it comes to the architecture of the Parliament in Stockholm.
Being built between 1897 and 1905, you can get an impression from the Parliament in Stockholm when strolling around in the old town where this building is also located.
Stockholm is a city which causes you to walk long distances when discovering the city by foot. The reason is called water which can be found throughout Stockholm.
Not only the Baltic Sea, but also canals characterize the townscape of Stockholm. Definitely unique, but strenuous from time to time. However, just indulge in the flair and enjoy yourself!
Honestly, the Vasa Museum is one of the most interesting museums I’ve paid a visit so far. The huge ship is impressive enough itself.
But the story behind it was just very touching and moving – all because of a simple construction mistake. Work of two years – going down, sinking.