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3 Days in the City

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Stockholm Brewing Co

Enjoy a range of year-round and seasonal beers by Stockholm Brewing Co. Not only is the brewery well-known over the city for selling decadent drinks like Hallon Sour, HasBeen Drop of Coffee and Stockholm Lager, but the variety of beers also ensures that there is something to suit all kinds of taste and preferences. If you are in the mood to sample some of their beers, certainly head to Stockholm Brewing Co. and tantalize your taste buds.

Royal Swedish Opera

The Royal Swedish Opera, or simply the Operan, carries forward the legacy of King Gustav III under whose reign the Swedish arts were celebrated with much aplomb. The great monarch was a passionate patron of the arts and founded both the Royal Swedish Opera and the Royal Swedish Ballet in the year 1773. A new home for the Royal Opera was soon conceived of and constructed in 1782, although this was eventually replaced by the glorious classical Operan in 1892, designed by Axel Johan Anderberg. The stately exterior does little to prepare you for the opulence within; a grand spectacle of elaborate stucco embellishments, lavish gilt ornamentation, and rich, vibrant paintings, all illuminated by sparkling chandeliers. The Operan is truly a baroque gem and a fitting venue for the Swedish national stage. The opera house hosts a much-acclaimed program of ballets, concerts and operas; it is the home of the Royal Swedish Ballet and Opera companies to this day.

Hellasgården

Hellasgården is a park not far from Stockholm. Here, you can choose from different paths that run along the marsh and the lakes, or through a leafy birch forest and over open fields. There is a playground with sand boxes and climbing frames. You can also play beach volleyball here. Nearby, a lawn leads to a safe artificial beach. This is an awesome way to spend quality time with the family.

Skansen

Located in Djurgården, this open-air museum also has a zoological park that displays Scandinavian fauna. Arthur Hazelius laid the foundation of this museum-park in 1891 to showcase the historical transition of the Swedish people. Historic buildings that date back to the 18th century surround the park, and the hosts dressed in traditional costumes greet the visitors. The park is open all through the year, and tourists throng to the place to experience the 18th century lifestyle. Prices and hours depend on the time of year, so be sure to check the website for further details.

Gamla Stan

Gamla Stan is where the city of Stockholm first took root in the 13th Century. This Old Town is one of Europe's best preserved Medieval city centers. Down narrow alleys and cobblestone streets, lined with buildings in shades of gold and red, lie some of the city's most treasured historic attractions. Stortorget is the heart of Gamla Stan and Stockholm's oldest square from where begins Köpmangatan, the city's oldest street. The Royal Palace, the Nobel Museum and the Stockholm Cathedral are a few of Gamla Stan's grandest features, while countless shops, restaurants and cafes all add more charm. An enchanting combination of historic and cultural sites, Gamla Stan is authentically Stockholm.

Lake Mälaren

Freshwater Lake Mälaren lies just to the west of Stockholm, and flows out to the Baltic Sea. Offering its calm beauty to be admired by diners and fishers, the tour along the shore is a must-do. Besides Drottningholm Palace, the awe-inspiring home of the Swedish Royal Family, several of the small villages and harbors along the Lake will take you straight back into Viking times. Several boat tours on the Lake, leaving from Strömkajen Ferry Pier, explore the Stockholm Archipelago (Skärgården).

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