Hej, hej! The Swedish city Stockholm has got so much in store and we’re not only talking about IKEA, Pippi Longstocking or ABBA. You’ll also find the most stylish buildings, palaces and open-air museums.
The oldest city of Stockholm is Gamla Stan. This is where you find little streets that still look the same as 100 years ago which really has its charm. The oldest square of the city can be found at market square Stortorget. The Nobel Museum is located in the exhibition center on this square, where you can view the names of different scientists and their triumphant discoveries. Around the corner of this museum is the Royal Palace where you can admire the changing of the guard every day at noon in the afternoon. Stockholm is located on 14 islands that are connected by 57 bridges. This is of course best being seen from a boat during a tour! You can also opt for the Hop-On Hop-Off buses, which are also connected to boat transport.
Are you a photography enthusiast? One of the world’s largest exhibitions is in Stockholm: Fotografiska. After enjoying the splendor of the museum, visit the top floor for an impressive view of the city.