Head to sights like Nynashamns Golf Club as you discover the local area in Osmo.
Safaris, Fishing and Camping
Experience Sweden’s rural traditions and spot almost 300 animal species at the zoo and aquarium that are part of one of the world’s oldest outdoor museums.
Visit the permanent residence of Sweden’s royal family, walk around a Baroque garden and watch an opera performance at an 18th-century theater.
Explore banquet halls and reception rooms, find 18th-century art and watch the changing of the guard at the official residence of Sweden’s royal family.
After visiting Stockholm City Hall, make a plan to see the other sights and activities in Central Stockholm. Discover the area's fascinating museums, or seek out its local tours.
Manet, Rubens and Rembrandt are among the big names in this classic art museum, also known for its extensive print and design collections.
Admire contemporary works, take part in workshops and enjoy views of Stockholm’s islands of Skeppsholmen and Djurgården at this museum dedicated to photography.
Make the most out of your time in Stockholm with a pass that lets you save on admission at more than 60 top attractions. Head to the top of SkyView to gaze down over the archipelago, take a hop-on hop-off bus to the Royal Palace, and breeze into the Vasa Museum with just a swipe of your card.
Experience the untouched nature of the Stockholm archipelago with a cruise that shows you the serene beauty of the Swedish coast. A classic, expertly restored 20th-century steamer offers a unique sense of style as you admire the timeless scenery.
Gamla Stan, the authentic heart of Stockholm, oozes character. Walk the cobbled alleys with a guide; then hop on a ferry to see the Vasa Museum, housing a jaw-dropping display of a 17th-century warship.
Delve into the fascinating world of Swedish food with a local guide. Learn about traditional and contemporary dishes as you eat at the renowned food halls and street markets in the charming city center. With only 12 participants in each tour, you can be sure of attentive service.
Set sail from central Stockholm and cruise the idyllic archipelago away from the bustling city center. As you glide by the greener part of the city, sit back, relax, and take in scenic views of leafy Djurgården, the renowned Vasa Museum, picturesque Södermalm, and vibrant Slussen.
Visit: Djurgårdsslätten 49, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, showcasing the whole of Sweden with houses and farmsteads from every part of the country. Most of them are situated along paths lined with elm, oak and maple trees, date from the 18th and 19th centuries.