A Stockholm vacation promises fun in the abundant snow, a Northern Lights hunt, and clean, efficient amenities. But, the capital city of Sweden also plays host to a number of historical and cultural Stockholm attractions. For the history buffs, a trip to the Royal Palace, the Skansen, and the Vasa Museum might be in order. However, if you’re looking for a more lively experience, you might want to check out the amusement park in Djurgården, the ABBA museum, or the Junibacken. And, of course, one of the most popular things to do in Stockholm is to visit the Nobel Museum, featuring the important history and contributions of previous winners of the Nobel Prize. For adventurous travellers, you might want to try a snowmobiling expedition with a stay in a traditional cabin in the woods. Or, try chasing down the Northern Lights as part of a multi-day trek. It’s what to do in Stockholm when you want a glimpse of Nature’s best light show!
For the best weather during your Stockholm sightseeing vacation, you will want to arrive sometime between May and September. You’ll experience rather warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Speaking of which, you can thoroughly enjoy the midnight sun in June and July. Winter obviously brings plenty of snow for those who love winter sports, like skiing or snowmobiling. The months of November and March present the ideal mix of snow and bearable temperatures. Make sure you bring your warmest jacket in December, January, and February. And, fi you want to hunt the Northern Lights, your best chances for success would take place between late September and early April.
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