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Stockholm, the “Venice of the North”! Where the Baltic Sea meets Lake Malaren stands Stockholm, extending over 14 isles. If you’re searching for cheap air tickets to Stockholm, you will be amazed by the art, technology and innovation achievements that characterise the Swedish capital, one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Much like all the other Swedish cities, Stockholm does not follow the world trends – it creates them! In Stockholm there’s always something new to discover; this is the place where creativity is booming and dreams come true. It’s also Europe’s greenest place! Sounds tempting? Make your plans early enough and find cheap hotels in Stockholm, to enjoy a trip different than any other you may have experienced!
Stockholm not only is Sweden’s capital, but also one of the world’s major cultural centres, constantly creating new world trends in fashion, design and technology. Stockholm is a modern city with many loyal visitors, a large student population and a vibrant nightlife, while at the same time manages to retain its historical heritage and atmospheric charm.
Stockholm is a relatively young capital, counting only as many as 750 years of history, yet it has more than 100 museums and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites!On top of the above, Stockholm loves nature; in fact, more than 30% of the city’s area is covered with green spaces and parks – it is the home of Europe’s largest National Park, right in the heart of the city! Without the noise and the toxic fumes emitted by cars, Stockholm keeps its CO2 percentage low and its waters clean. Definitely a city that stands out from the others and shows us there’s always a way of keeping up with technology without destroying our natural habitat.
Stockholm’s international airport (Stockholm Arlanda Airport) is located 37 kilometres north of the city centre and can be reached by train and bus.
Getting around Stockholm
Stockholm’s extensive public transportation system consists of metro (3 lines), suburban railway (6 lines), tramway (4 lines), buses, trains and ferries. Fares start at 25 SEK and minimum taxi fare is 45 SEK.
Stockholm’s Old Town (Gamla Stan) is the oldest part of the city and it’s a beautiful place. Here you will find some of the best restaurants and shops to buy your souvenirs, as well as quaint little cafes to enjoy a relaxing morning coffee or afternoon drink.
Most of Stockholm’s museums are situated at the Djurgården isle, a lush green island, part of Stockholm’s National Park.
- The Fotografiska Museum holds four major photography exhibitions, forming the world’s largest photography collection
- The open-air Skansen museum exhibits 150 traditional Swedish residences, reflecting all the different architecture styles that you would come across in every part of the country
- The Vasa Museum is a particularly interesting one, commemorating the warship Vasa, a “Swedish Titanic” that sank at her first journey and housing a collection of the shipwreck's findings
Continue walking at the Östermalm district, an ideal place if you love fashion and design. Do try to get to the top of the Kaknästornet tower. Enjoy your coffee at the tower’s 30th floor and enjoy the fascinating panoramic view of the city!
At Södermalm you will encounter Stockholm’s bohemian side. This is an area full of parks, alternative music scenes and Stockholm’s biggest and most popular clubs.
Stockholm holds not one, but two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Drottningholm Palace and the Skogskyrkogården Cemetery, both of which deserve your attention and can be found at the city centre.Complete your experience in Stockholm by taking the ferry to explore the rest of the Swedish archipelago!
Swedish is Stockholm’s official language, but practically everyone speaks very good English.