Sigtuna Sigtuna is a picturesque city from the Viking period, located in Stockholm’s metropolitan region, not that far from its international airport. It is located right by the waters of Lake Malären, which was once an important marine route between Sweden and other nations.Based on . . .
Stockholm City Hall The building where the City Council of Stockholm is lodged is also the city’s symbol. It is located in the centre, on the Kungsholmen island, right near the water. It is one of the most important Swedish endeavours in the 20th century and a place where the Nobel Prize award . . .
Skansen The Skansen is the 1st open-air museum in the world. It is found in Djugarden, one of the 14 islands which comprise the city of Stockholm, and has a 30-hectare area. It started as a royal reserve, where reindeer deer and elk were kept. It is now a colossal natural park, being the world’s . . .
Vasa In the city of Stockholm, more precisely in one of its 14 islands, Djugarden, there is something quite unique in the entire world. The Vasa museum houses the only war vessel of the 17th century in the world. This attraction is one of the most visited in Scandinavia. I loved being there. Let’s . . .
14 islands of Stockholm The Kingdom of Sweden is part of northern Europe and belongs to Scandinavia. This remarkable nation comprises 220 thousand islands.Venice of the north Stockholm is the Swedish capital, being also the country’s largest city overall, the most important and one of the . . .