Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is spread over seven islands and it is a city that has to be enjoyed at any time of year. Being a city for all seasons, during the summer, tourists can enjoy the lifestyle by having fun in Stockholms famous raves and they can also enjoy culture by visiting Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, Museum of National Antiquities or City Hall. Winter brings its own beauty, many of the waterways around Stockholm freeze, making ice skating a popular activity. Over 30% of Stockholm is made up of waterways and another 30% of parks and green spaces.
Royal Djurgrden, Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, City Hall, Museum of National Antiquities ans Skansen Museum are the main attractions in Stockholm.
Royal Palace and Gamla Stan consists in Hall of State, the Royal Treasury, Apartment of the Orders of Chivalry, Gustav III Museum of Antiquities and the Royal Chapel. Those and many of its 608 staterooms are open to the visitors all year.
City Hall is the main attraction and the most important landmark of Swedens capital, Stockholm. Here, every year, is held the Nobel Prize Banquet.
Museum of National Antiquities must be the first stop for the cultural-sided tourists.
Stockholm has a lot of trendy clubs and bars where young people can have a vibrant night: Spy Bar, Caf Opera, Gondolen, Kvarnen, Kket , Solidaritet, Blue Moon. Kllaren and Stampen are bars for calm people, those are the only two where you can listen jazz.
Gamla Stan, Sergels Torg, Kungsgatan, SOFO, Drottninggatan, Hornsgatan, Hotorget and Stureplan are the most popular districts where you can shop. Warning! Shopping here can be very expensive.
The perfect contrast between historical streets of the fabulous Old Town and the modern Stockholm is making Stockholm one of the most stunning European city where young people come to party and lovers come to have a romantic trip