StayAt Stockholm Solna

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Rasundavagen 175, (Formerly Accome Solna), Solna, Stockholm, 169 36, Sweden
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Common attractions

by maddie1111

Hi,

I'm traveling to Stockholm in the spring and was just wondering what the most common attractions are, and what some more hidden ones are that would be free of tourists.

Thanks!

Re: Common attractions

by crazyman2

Do go on the bridges water tours! The boats take you around the lakes, rivers, canals and locks of the city. There is a commentary in English ---other languages too but on other boats! Some of the boats have a small shop which sell coffee etc.

There are a number of companies operating these tours. I really can't recommend one more than another.

When I return to the city I shall certainly do the bridges water tour again!

Re: Common attractions

by Durfun

How about 'walking on the roofs' tour! Very funky concept!!

As for the regular attractions: Town Hall (a definite must do!!), Wasa Museum, heading for Kaknas TV tower for absolutely stunning views of Stockholm. The views from there are to die for!! None of these as free though!

For free fun, take a stroll by the lakes, check out the funky underground stations - some are really kooky ;-)

Re: Common attractions

by maddie1111

Thanks!

Just wondering, are there any tourist attractions that have to do with the recent craze with "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"?

Re: Common attractions

by shrimp56

If you are at all interested in Dance I'd recommend the Dance Museum near the Opera House. It's free and has exhibits that include lots of video clips of dancing around the world. http://www.dansmuseet.nu/english/index.html

Re: Common attractions

by Sofiabuh

Do you mean the movie or the book?

I live in Stockholm and I tried to think of attraction that would be free of tourists but I really couldn¨t come up with any. The tourist find there way everywhere :) Specially all thoose Japaneese tourists :P

For a cheap attraction, walk around in the old part of Stockholm. It's called Gamla Stan and all this really old cobbled stone streets.

If you want a free view of Stockholm go to the small streets above the street Södermälarstrand. There is a great view over the city.

Re: Common attractions

by MariaKat

I second seeing the Old Town, Gamla Stan. It has to be one of the most beautiful old towns in the world. It is almost like an outdoor museum. :) I would also highly recommend visiting the Royal Palace. I am not into royal families and such at all, but I have to say a visit to the Royal Palace is very interesting and I thoroughly enjoy it. :)

As a frequent visitor, I think I am pretty familiar with most Stockholm attractions, but as all large cities Stockholm has lots of attraction, so maybe it would be easier to suggest something if you tell in what kinds of attraction you are interested or what your interests are in general?

Re: Common attractions

by Sjalen

The company doing the boat trips with sightseeing is called Strömma and do several tours. The major long one is the nicest I think, but they are all fun. See my Stockholm page for some of them as well as other sights - I have a few hidden sights on there too since tourists are more and more common in Scandinavia but there are still places to get away from it all. Norrtälje is a lovely place missed by many foreigners (again, see page), as is the Lake Mälaren islands AWAY from the Drottningholm and Birka World Heritages (see my Ekerö page).

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Helpful links

by tini58de

When preparing a trip to Stockholm there are a few sites in the net that I found very helpful:

- VT Stockholm Guide

- Stockholm Official Visitors Guide

- www.stockholm.se

- Stockholm weatherforecast

In my other tips I have included specific links, so do have a look there as well!

Spread across 24,000 islets...

by mocneto

Spread across 24,000 islets and laced with numerous waterways on the southeastern coast of Sweden, Stockholm enjoys one of the most stunning locales of any capital city in the world. Over 30% of the city area is made up of waterways and another 30% is made up of parks and green spaces, giving Stockholm perhaps the freshest air and widest lungs of any European capital. This natural oasis is complemented by the stunning old town, which was perfectly preserved by Sweden’s neutrality in World War II. This Old Town (Gamla Stan) is the epicentre of the city, with countless hotels, bars, restaurants and shops all prospering – as people in these historical streets have done for centuries.

Away from the charms of the Old Town, the modern city showcases the neat and innovative design standards for which Sweden has become globally renowned. Much of Stockholm’s present day wealth comes from the new light industries, such as information technology and computing, with world leading companies often occupying prime real estate in the city centre or filling up the new business parks on the city fringes. All this is a far cry from the city’s humble beginnings, which stretch back to the 13th century and Birger Jarl – generally accepted as the founder of the city – although various settlements previously existed on the site. The city grew up around the Old Town, as Stockholm emerged as a key trading centre with influence all over the Baltic Sea region and further afield. Today Stockholm is a thriving modern European city that dispels all of the anachronistic images about dull Scandinavians.

Internet cafes

by HORSCHECK

Stockholm has many internet cafes with different price levels. I can recommend "Sidewalk Express", because they are located at various places in the town and they are relatively cheap. You purchase a credit number at a machine. Then you can log on at any PC as often as you like until the credit is exceeded.
In 2004 "Sidewalk Express" charged 19 SEK per hour at its 4 locations in the city centre (Central Station, City Terminalen, Drottninggatan 33, Sergelsgatan 8-12) and 29 SEK per hour at Arlanda Airport.

1520 Stockholm Bloodbath 1520

by sim1


The history of Stockholm
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1520 Stockholm Bloodbath 1520


The Stockholm Bloodbath was the execution of more than 100 members of the highest Swedish nobility at the 8th and 9th of November 1520 at the Stortorget in Stockholm. The Stortorget is a beautiful square in the old Gamla Stan and with no doubt you will probably come across this square when you wander around in the Gamla Stan. It is strange to realize that such a bloodbath took place on this spot.
The Danes and the Swedes had many 'infectious' battles in history which were the cause of a lot of vengeance, and this bloodbath was an example of that. The background of this bloodbath started with a dispute between Sten Sture the Younger and Archbishop Gustav Trolle. Gustav Trolle got support of his views at the Danish king Christian II. Sweden and Denmark gotten into battle again, and after the capitulation of Stockholm, Christian II was crowned as the Swedish king. Christian II had proclaimed general amnesty, but he didn't keep his word. Many of the former enemies of Gustav Trolle were accused and convicted in a swift trial. More than 100 of former opponents were executed at the Stortorget in the Gamla Stan. Among the killed was one of the most respected men in Sweden: Erik Johansson Vasa (the father of Gustav Vasa). The Stockholm Bloodbath caused a rebellion led by Gustav Eriksson Vasa against Christian II, which resulted in his execution and selection of Gustav Vasa as the new king.

Not Boring At All

by godtur

Nordiska Museet at Djurgården
Great experience! Did not expect this at all! Interesting and well composed exhibits of Scandinavian culture through the centuries. Table settings, doll houses, clothing, shoes, crafts etc etc. Free entrance. Beautiful building. Nice outdoor restaurant nearby.

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Address: Rasundavagen 175, (Formerly Accome Solna), Solna, Stockholm, 169 36, Sweden