One of the world’s most beautiful capitals, Stockholm is built on 14 islands around one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved mediaeval city centres, Stockholm's stunning and extremely varied scenery is a tourist's delight. The city of the Nobel Prize, Stockholm offers a wealth of museums, theatres, sights, attractions and events that satisfy the visitors and have then asking for more. One of the greatest tourist attractions of the city is thee Royal Palace, the official residence of the Swedish monarchy. Equally mesmerizing is the Högalidskyrkan, a beautiful two-towered church designed by Ivar Tenkbaum, one of Sweden’s foremost architects. You can spend a leisurely day at Långholmen, One of the most beautiful islands of the Stockholm archipelago. Relax on the beaches and rejuvenate in the idyllic surroundings of the island. No visit to Stockholm can be complete without visiting the City Hall where the Nobel Prize award banquet is held. Gain an insight into the historical and cultural legacy of the country by visiting the Vasa Museum. The royal flagship, Vasa was built to fight the Polish in the early 1600s. It sank in Stockholm harbour and was discovered and restored more than 300 years later. You can take a ride in a boat and sail around the beautiful waters of the Baltic Sea. You will definitely get a different perspective on picturesque Stockholm as you cruise along the beautiful waters of the sea.
From mystical waterfalls to tranquil lakes, you’ll love a cheeky paddle at these watering holes.
Forget fairy tales, real life is where it’s at with these swoon-worthy sites on the agenda.
Accessible only by boat or strenuous hike, these hostels fall far beyond the typical tourist's radar.