The Swedish capital of Stockholm is the home of the Swedish monarchy, and the Royal Palace and Drottningholm Palace are in the city. Museums in Stockholm include the Nordic Museum and the Stockholm City Museum. The city is built on thousands of islands, with bridges connecting many of them and boat tours a popular way to see Stockholm. Flights to Stockholm are available with British Airways via London. www.stockholmtown.com.
The Swedish capital, Stockholm, is not only
Scandinavia's largest city but also its most enchanting, with its
centuries-old alleyways and squares being spread across an
archipelago of 14 islands. Locals are extremely proud of the fact
that here one can go ocean-fishing in the heart of the
Royal Palace and Gamla Stan Stockholm
The official Swedish Royal residence is one
of the largest and most glorious palaces in Europe, dating from
1754 (although it was built on the remains of an earlier medieval
City Hall Stockholm
Stockholm's main landmark, the distinctive
red brick City Hall (Stadshuset) building, has stood on Kungsholmen
(King's Island) since 1923 and become world-renowned as the venue
for the annual Nobel Prize Banquet.
Museum of National Antiquities Stockholm
Sweden's history from prehistoric times to
the present day is fascinatingly laid out in the Museum of National
Antiquities, which contains a hoard of archaeological artefacts and
treasures, including an impressive collection of gold objects
recovered from the tombs and treasure caches of the Vikings.
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