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Stay with us in comfortable, secure & spacious apartment hotels that feels just like home. At the top of the page, you will find the menu button "Destinations". Here you can view our 7 different apartment hotels in the Stockholm area. Choose from central Sveavägen, Gamla stan I & II, Gröndal, Solna, Hammarby sjöstad, Älvsjö or our most recent apartment hotel Sundbyberg.
Stockholm, built on a lot of small islands and surrounded by water, is an amazingly beautiful and relaxed city. The city is absolutely gorgeous and offers many museums free of entry, strolls down beautiful canals surrounded by exclusive specialist boutiques, vintage shops, fancy department stores, green parks and beautiful architecture.
The City Hall with its beautiful architecture and interesting history is a place that leaves you breathless. It is Stockholm's most exclusive party venue - the annual Nobel prize celebration dinner is held here. The City hall is very near of our most central locations, Old town I & II and Sveavägen 74 & 76.
The heart of this exceptional museum is a 17th century royal battleship that rested on the bottom of the ocean for almost 350 years. It sank on its maiden voyage in 1628. The size and the details of the ship are truly amazing, and it is no wonder the Vasa museum is the most visited in all of Scandinavia.
Nordiska Kompaniet (NK) is Stockholm’s most luxurious department store, opened in 1915. Ever since, the store receives millions of visitors every year. Everything from swedish and international fashion, cosmetics, jewelry, design and much more can be found here.
Step back in time by visiting the Gamla Stan, medieval Old Town, which is full of fascinating museums and historical sights. This island is Stockholm's top tourist spot!
If you love music from the 20th century and especially ABBA, this is a museum worth visiting! It has interesting and personal exhibitions about ABBA. The interactive displays are brilliant and included karaoke, dancing on the stage and quizzes.
It is a great place to visit if you are into photography. Located by the sea, this museum has a good restaurant with a stunning view over Stockholm. Fantastic location, museum and food!
Interested in naval history, merchant shipping and shipbuilding? Then this is an excellent place to visit! Very family friendly museum and it's for free. Do not miss a really nice playroom in the basement of the museum.
Sergel's square, or "Plattan" named after the 18th century famous sculptor, is the most central public square and a popular meeting place in Stockholm. There is an ellipse shaped fountain in the square with an interesting glass obelisk in its center. The square is lively and crowded at all times. Here you will also find Kulturhuset (house of culture) where there's a public library, a nice comfortable café and plenty of varying exhibitions and cinematic screenings of art.
Kungsträdgården or Kungsan is a public park in historic royal garden. Its central location and its outdoor cafes, restaurants as well as events make it one of the most popular hangouts spot in Stockholm. In winter the park offers a free open-air ice skating – “a must do” for all winter visitors to Stockholm.
Ericsson Globe is the world’s largest spherical building and an indoor arena for concerts and hockey. While visiting the arena you can also take breathtaking ride in a gondola to the top (130 metres) of the globe – the Skyview attraction is very popular among tourists.
The museum addresses Sweden's roots culturally, you will find everything you want to know about Scandinavian traditions in housing, furniture, costumes, folk arts and Sami culture. The building of the museum is so magnificent and stunning that it is hard to pass it by.
This television tower offers a fantastic panoramic view over Stockholm. There is also a café, restaurant and sky bar at your convenience located on top floors of the tower.
This green oasis is a must visit island in Stockholm. Once the king's private hunting ground, the island now offers a fantastic park with most popular tourist attractions: Skansen (outdoor museum and zoo), Vasa Museum, Gröna Lund (Tivoli), Abba Museum etc.
Tired of walking around the city? Take a relaxing boat tour and explore Stockholm from water. Since Stockholm is such a water city, it is definitely worth it. On top of that you are usually given a good history lesson along the way.
This theme park is a must-go for thrill seekers - lots of roller coasters, variety of rides and a haunted house. A fun day for the whole family!
Stockholm has a lot to offer to families with kids, it is a kids paradise! There are plenty of attractions and activities for families, most of the museums are interactive and have child- friendly exhibitions. Here is the list of the top fun attractions for kids and teens!
This children´s museum is one of the most-visited tourist attraction in Stockholm. Experience an exciting day in Junibacken and explore the magical world of Astrid Lingren. Have a ride on a Story Train or enjoy the performance in museum´s theater!
Ready to discover the history of the postal service around the world? Then this is the place! Excellent exhibits, a fantastic collection of stamps, great food and nice children area – the lilla posten, where kids can make their own stamps and even post a letter for free.
Aquaria Water Museum gives you the chance to experience living Amazon rainforest where you can physically experience the humidity,heat, storm, rain thunder and lightning and at the same time be very close to living fish. A great place to take young children!
This open museum is a great place for animal lovers willing to explore the Nordic animals. It also offers a great look back on how people used to live in Sweden. You can see real craftsmen in costumes inside the old workshops delivering living history experiences and showing how the work was done back in the old times.
Great museum for history lovers! It covers the history from the Iron Age, Vikings and up to present Sweden. The exhibitions are children-friendly and there are activities for kids as well, especially in summer (a viking market, etc).