Stockholm, Staden Mellan Broarna and Skeppsholmen, are nearby areas which are also worth exploring.
Savvy travelers in Djurgarden, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should head to the cultural attractions nearby. Browse the interactive and traditional museums and collections in Maritime Museum, Vasa Museum and Fotografiska. Often talked about art galleries, include the Museum of Modern Art. Book in for a live show at the House of Culture, Berwaldhallen and the Stockholm Concert Hall.
If the sun is shining get outdoors and enjoy the nearby parks and reserves. When Mother Nature beckons, visit King's Garden, Berzelii Park and Vitabergsparken Park, where you can breathe in the fresh air. See if you can spot the area’s wildlife with a visit to a lake in the area like Sickla Lake in Nacka.
Visitors to the Djurgarden area should go and see Skansen, Stureplan and Sergels Torg. If your spirit could do with a little renewal, you'll love the serenity at Djurgarden’s holy places like Riddarholmen Church and Katarina Church.
Grab your credit card and head to Nordiska Kompaniet, the Sickla Shopping Center in Nacka and Sture Mall for some retail therapy.
When the snow hits the peaks, enjoy Djurgarden’s most popular ski slopes at the Hammarbybacken Ski Area.
Finding somewhere comfortable to stay close to Djurgarden is a breeze. The Sheraton Stockholm Hotel, the Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm and the Elite Hotel Marina Tower are just three of the many great places to stay around here.