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Sweden conjures images of flat pack furniture from IKEA or modern casual styles at H&M. Maybe you think Swedish meatballs or Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring a masterful goal. In truth, Sweden is all this and much much more. The capital Stockholm is known as the “Venice of Scandinavia,” and is where you can visit the majestic Stockholm Royal Palace, tour the historic Vasa Museum, or learn about the history of the Nobel Prize at the Nobel Museum. The Sweden Solar System is a scale model of the entire solar system that starts at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm extends all the way up to the Swedish Institute of Space Physics in the country’s far north at Kiruna. During the summer, long hours of daylight make this a fantastic place for venturing outdoors. Sweden is truly a wondrous destination.
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Stockholm Palace
4.5/5
279 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Robson CadoreWelcome to the one of the largest palaces in Europe. The Stockholm Palace or the Royal Palace is the official residence of the king od the Sweden, with more than 600 rooms! Mornings are less busier.
Stockholm City Hall
4.6/5
334 Reviews
Historical Architecture
City Hall
_We***43The City Hall is known as the last real building in Sweden. Here is a colorful world, a unique art palace supported by the beautiful water city. Even the design of a step has its own unique features. It is easy for us to appreciate the unique skills and conscientious work attitude of architects. There are also many humorous episodes and beautiful details that make people laugh. It is a great place to understand Swedish humanities and traditional arts and modern society.
Gamla Stan
4.6/5
306 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
888***18In the Old Town of Stockholm, there are magnificent palaces, imposing churches and towering minarets, while the narrow streets and lanes show the style of the medieval streets. The streets and alleys of the old city are paved with stones, the widest point is only 5 to 6 meters, and the narrowest point is less than 1 meter. On both sides of the street are some old shops, selling simple, unique and exquisite handicrafts and souvenirs. The Royal Palace of Sweden, Royal Opera House, Royal Opera House, Parliament Building and Stockholm City Hall are all gathered here.
Vasa Museum
4.5/5
282 Reviews
Museum
E33***72Engaging museum about the tragic history of gigantic ship that held some significance to the history of Sweden. Good place to know about the past of Sweden through the story of the ship (the salvaged ship is in the museum too - it’s 5-6 storey high and well-preserves).
Drottningholm Palace
4.6/5
125 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
D31***08Visit the place at 12 o’clock and you will observe one amazing spectacle performed by the palace guards!!!
Nordiska museet
4.3/5
109 Reviews
Museum
Tyson BramerA beautiful building with wonderful pieces of art. Luckily, this museum doesn't feel as crowded as others, so to take a break from the crowds, this is a great option.

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Vasa Museum
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For those harbouring a stronger connection to these underwater realms, a remarkable number of destinations are taking undersea adventure to new heights…or rather depths. We’ve all heard the expression “sleep with the fishes.” The hotels we’ve found here for you give an entirely new meaning to that phrase. No longer do you have to picture gangsters in pinstripe suits throwing curiously large packages off the end of some foggy dock. These hotels let you explore beneath the surface without getting wet. From Sweden to Dubai, Florida to Fiji, we’ve scoured the globe to bring you the best. We know you’ll enjoy this look at some truly remarkable establishments.
10 Most Unbelievable Underwater Hotels: Sweden, Dubai, Florida, Fiji
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