This is great to see how it once was and how well they have preserved it. Cute places for lunch and baked goods and craft shops as well! Easy walk from the Vasa so combine it.
Click below for expert advice on animal welfare in tourism.
1 - 10 of 1,334 reviews
If we'd had one more day in Stockholm, here's where we would have spent it. Alas, we saw only the Vasa Museum, but this is the place to see the open air folk museum and others as well.
Great park. Lots of places to relax and have a picnic or Fika. I especially recommnend the kitchen garden and cafe. Loved walking along the waters edge as well as all the garden beds and green space. Keep your eyes open for wildlife, I saw...More
While there are amazing attractions in the garden, just walking around the gardens is wonderful as well. Stop for an ice cream, a drink and sit and enjoy the beautiful setting and people watch. Do not miss going here and also taking in the Skagen...More
Buy a public transportation pass, you can take a bus, boat, tram etc to the island. Once there take the tram to see where you want to stop and explore. There are many museums and attractions.
Djurgården is a city park which is great for a stroll in good weather. Take the tram or the bus, to the Djurgården bridge or even further. There are museums to visit and nice buildings to view, and great roads for taking a walk. There...More
By using the bikes we explored both the north nd southern parks. We saw lots more than a hop on hop off bus. We recommend this option
This is an oasis of peace in Stockholm very nice to visit during a sunny day! With many nice musea and several restaurants. Very close to the city center.
Absolutely loved Djurgarden. it is such a beautiful place, idyllic and peaceful. It's only a short walk from the old town. You enter through these beautiful blue arches onto the most beautiful island. The gardens are so well manicured yet when you start to wander...More