Things to Do in Stockholm
Tourists looking for a serene and tranquil place to unwind when they visit Stockholm should go to the Djurgården, the popular “green island” near central Stockholm. It is a favorite destination for both locals and tourists. An oasis in the middle of a bustling city, this royal land has been in existence since the 15th century.
The summer months is the island’s busiest season. Families who do free tour Stockholm, can stroll around the Djurgårdsbrunn Canal and have a picnic after. The island is also home to several popular museums, cafes, restaurants, and hotels.
The Skansen Open-Air Museum is a popular attraction in the island. The ABBA Museum is also frequented by tourists. It is an interactive museum about the popular pop group. Opened in 2013, it showcases the group’s works.
Other sights, according to tripadvisor Stockholm are Gröna Lund Amusement Park and beautiful waterways, which tourists can explore aboard a canoe.
The Globe – Sky View
Located in the city’s southern area is a modern landmark called Ericsson Globe. Tourists can go up to the top of the world’s largest spherical building, and have the perfect view of the entire city.
There are gondola tours 30 minutes. Guests can dine at the restaurant and buy souvenir items at the shop after the tour.