Built across a dynamic archipelago and offering nothing short of eight centuries of history and culture to choose from, Stockholm is widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Today, Stockholm also enjoys a world class reputation as a hub of design, technology and creativity in all forms. Shaped by ever-growing diversity, a culture celebrating innovation and natural beauty worth fighting for. These factors have come together to make Stockholm not only one of the world’s most liveable cities, but now the fastest growing capital in Europe.

Stockholm is one of the world’s leading music cities, and musical phenomena such as ABBA, Avicii and Spotify were born here. The city also attracts musical talent from all over the world, that come here to be inspired and to create new music. Stockholm also has a dynamic live performance scene, which offers everything from intimate performances by international DJ’s to world-famous artists on mega-stages and arenas.

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Splattered in sunlight or covered in snow, Stockholm is always a delightful experience. There is plenty to do and see during your visit, from one of Europe’s best preserved medieval city centers to the world’s largest meeting place for contemporary photography and the most visited museum in Scandinavia.
The list of things to do in Stockholm could be made endless and there are more than a hundred attractions to choose from. To make it easier we have picked out the Stockholm highlights for you. Big and small; well-known, popular and unique, with classics like the Vasa Museum and more modern museums like ABBA the Museum and Fotografiska. Joining a guided tour is a perfect way to experience Stockholm. There are several tours that show you Stockholm, but with a twist. How about meeting the ghosts of Old Town, hiking the rooftops of Riddarholmen, or experiencing the city the Millennium way?

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Stockholm is built on 14 islands which means water is always nearby. Sunny walks on snow-covered ice in winter and summer swims in the heart of the city make Stockholm unique among the world’s capitals. With nearly 30,000 islands, islets and rocks – from Arholma in the north to Landsort in the south – each has its own character.
Rugged nature blends with wooded islands, rockycliffs and sandy beaches. Take a seal safari, visit historic settings, see art, cycle, paddle, and eat locally sourced dishes and archipelago delicacies.
Welcome to enjoy our untouched nature.


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Have you heard of the unique Swedish tradition of fika? It basically means to meet for coffee and snacks but the social aspect is just as important. Sweden enjoys a highly developed culture when it comes to coffee and baked goods, and all over Stockholm you will find cafés and cake shops brimming with atmosphere, character and quality, whether it’s traditional or contemporary-creative.
The New Nordic food phenomenon was truly a bottom-up movement that started with a group of food aficionados and chefs who had a love for Nordic food. They set up a manifesto underlining not only the importance of wholesome green ingredients and sustainable farming methods, but also stressing the overall social responsibility of the food industry. New Nordic cuisine takes Scandinavian culinary tradition to a new level in an innovative version, using carefully selected ingredients and a focus on locally produced, organic foods.


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