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Red old cottages on the hills of Södermalm

Stockholm offers an enormous selection of things to do. In addition, Stockholm is the home of the Nobel prize. 

Old Town (Gamla Stan)
The birth place of Stockholm and also its heart. Old alleys preserve the medieval feeling particularly well.

The Royal Castle (Kungliga Slottet)
The official residence of the royal family, situated in the old town. The site for official celebrations and events.

Drottningholm castle (Drottningholm Slott)
The everyday residence of the royal family with a stunning park. A very popular target for strolls and picnics.

The oldest open air etnographical museum of the world. Here you find a miniature Sweden.

World famous museum of the well preserved ship Vasa, which sunk in the bay of Stockholm on its premier trip in 1628.

The City Hall (Stockholms Stadshus)
The home of the Nobel dinners. In the City Hall restaurant (Stadshuskällaren) it is possible to order all of the Nobel dinners served.

Theme park for kids, with all the Astrid Lindgren characters as well as characters from other Scandinavian authors.

Nordiska Museet
A museum showing Swedish life during the last 500 years.

The museum with the largest selection of Swedish art and also the largest selection of Russian icons outside of Russia.

Unique museum/living quarters of the Swedish sculptor Carl Milles.


For more information about what to see and to do in Stockholm, please visit following web pages:
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