Gamla Stan is a great place to walk even if you only have an hour or two, it's a great place to buy souvenoirs or to sit down and relax and converse over a cup of coffee.
Mårten Trotzig gränd in the Old Town is the most narrow street in Stockholm. It has got its name from a young german man, the owner of one a inn at Järntorget, who lived here long ago.
The Old Town (Gamla Stan) is a great area to explore, lots of small, winding streets that are mostly trafic free.
One of the most astonishing churches in Stockholm. Built in the late 1500's, it's interior contains gallery paintings from 1660-65. The golden altar and ebony pulpit are worth seeing.
This square is the place to be seen sipping a coffee at one of the cafes around its edges. The only problem is trying to get a seat! On a day like this however your chances increase dramatically!
The old town (Gamla Stan) is amazing...if you get the chance to go there then do.
It is the medieval centre of Stockholm...the old cobblestone streets and cute buildings are amazing!
Of course, it's the old city, just walk around, check also the small streets, relax in a coffee shop and enjoy this unique place.
In front of the Royal Palace is this statue of Gustav III. It was made by J.T. Sergel in remembrance of him, since he was murdered in 1792.
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Old Town!! So many unique things to see...
small shops, gallery's, restaurants...
The old architecture is beautiful. Gamla Stan is also located near the Royal Palace, Djurgarden and City Hall.
Gamla Stan and the Royal Palace. The Royal Palace, the biggest in the World still used by the royal family is a must see with its museum and treasury.