City Hall- A prominent landmark red brick landmark, the City Hall (Stadthuset) is famous as the annual venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet. The rather minimalist façade is exceeded by the wonderful nouveau interior, culminating in the magnificent council chamber with a ceiling resembling a traditional over turned Viking longboat.
Royal Palace and Gamla Stan- the grandiose Royal Palace was built to be one of the most magnificent in Europe. Many of the 608 rooms, purposefully a single room more than Buckingham Palace, can be explore. Constructed in the heart of Stockholm at Gamla Stan it dates back to 1754 and has developed as a prominent tourist venue. With a famous changing of the guard ceremony and surrounding excitement of shops and restaurants the palace is a must see.
Royal Djurgården- The Majority of Stockholm’s attractions are nestled on the island of Djurgården. Bustling with opportunities for entertainment, museums, restaurants and open spaces the area gives a great experience of being in the city. From the Gröna Lund, Sweden’s oldest amusement park to the captivating Vasa Museum, with its fully rigged restored 17th-century galleon the area is a visitor’s treasure trove.
Museum of National Antiquities- The great exhibitions in this museum chart Swedish history from Viking artifacts to modern times. Perhaps the valued display is the marvelous gold reliquary, set with precious stones, which contained the skull of Saint Elisabeth of Thuringia.