Explore Sweden


Swedens capital. Walk around the old town or visit any of the museums, restaurants and shops, and don't forget to take a boat trip to one of the 30,000 islands in the archipelago

See & do

What to see and do in Stockholm?



Museum of photography, located in Stockholm - a vibrant place for photography, food experiences, inspiration and events. We show photography and visual art from all over the world, from the most well-known photographers to the new generation of image creators. Enjoy the stunning views across the city from the bistro and bar

Vasa Museum

Vasa is a real treasure trove from the 17th century that offers a rich history of everything from work at the shipyard to life aboard a warship.

Prices: Adults: SEK 190

Up to and including 18 years: Free entry


SKANSEN is the world's oldest open-air museum, founded in 1891. Here you can feel the wings of history in houses and farms, meet wild and tame animals, celebrate the year's holidays and enjoy beautiful gardens.

Prices in SEK:

Children 4-15 years 70:-

Adult 220:-


Nobel Prize Museum

In the middle of the old town, the Nobel Prize, Alfred Nobel, presents the Nobel laureates and their visions. If you want to be inspired by ideas that changed the world, you've come to the right place; with guided tours, interesting films and objects takes you on a journey from idea to Nobel banquet. Bistro Nobel serves Nobel ice cream and Swedish specialties and the shop has something for all ages.

Prices in SEK:

Children up to 18 years free entry

Students 100:-

Adults 140:-

Pensioners SEK 100

Groups (at least 15 people) SEK 115 per person

Fly Over Stockholm

Fly Over Stockholm arranges aerial tours over Stockholm where you can decide for yourself what you want to see, this experience is probably not for those afraid of heights. Plan your trip and then take off from Bromma in a Piper PA-28 to get a very unique perspective over Stockholm. The aircraft can accommodate up to three passengers and the flight takes approximately 45 minutes.

Prices in SEK:

Airport fee SEK 1,000

Per hour (at least 45 minutes) SEK 2,500

fika i stockholm

Eat & drink

Tips on restaurants, bars, cafes in Stockholm


Älskade traditioner



Stadshuskällaren is a classic restaurant downstairs in the city hall in the middle of central Stockholm. Here, Swedish contemporary food is served with inspiration from forest and land. The restaurant opened in 1922, is one of the city's oldest and has a strong tradition of cooking and dining culture. The City Hall's premises are furnished by the Swedish designer Jonas Bohlin, who has carefully mixed contemporary Swedish design with the original 1920s interior.


Gazza is a spaghetti restaurant with artisanal pasta at its heart and a varied menu that can include anolini, small saucers filled with liquid parmesan, lardo and sage, or ravioli with rabbit ragu. For those who don't fancy pasta, there is stracciella cheese, charcuterie and carne cruda - Piedmontese raw beef. Be sure to book in advance as the venue fills up quickly.

Fåfängan restaurang och café

Fåfängan has both outdoor and indoor seating. The outdoor dining area has one of Stockholm's most beautiful views over Djurgården and Gamla stan and is framed by cut linden trees. The indoor restaurant is open every weekend all year round and serves a very popular and rewritten brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Fåfängan is located on the mountain near Danviken, as far east as you can get on Södermalm in Stockholm.

hotel in stockholm


There are lots of hotels and hostels in Stockholm. Here are our favorites.


NOFO hotel & wine bar

By combining design and travel, NOFO Hotel was created. Focusing on different room concepts inspired by travels around the world, it is more than the average chic boutique hotel with eclectic art and furniture. For NOFO Hotel, it is equally important to have a seamless and problem-free environment for recovery and pure relaxation, while Stockholm's most vibrant part is just around the corner.


Yasuragi is one of Stockholm's most popular spa hotels with Japanese origins. Not only the Japanese bath, many different treatments are also offered that are specific to the season, such as massages, body treatments and facials. There are three different restaurants and two different bars with varying selections. If you want to spend the night there and not just be at the spa during the day, you don't have to worry about not getting a room, there are 191 rooms with an aesthetic that should invite inner peace. 


In the middle of Stockholm's archipelago you will find Djurönäset Hotel, Spa and Conference. Just 43 minutes outside of Stockholm, you can give yourself relaxation in a completely unique environment. Dive into the 25-metre infinity pool with views of the archipelago or cozy up in one of the hot tubs as the sun sets. Djurönäset is a 4-star superior hotel with 272 rooms, a hotel suite and spa with a capacity for roughly 550 guests.

10 places you must visit in Stockholm

The ten places that you must see and experience in Stockholm

Photo: Erik Lernestål, Statens historiska museer.