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Djurgården sits in the heart of Stockholm, a tiny island that has blossomed into a verdant tourist spot over the years. The island has been held by the Royal Crown since the 15th Century. Djurgården abounds in cultural attractions and historic sights. Scattered in between are vast swathes of greenery - meadows, forests and parks - that offer a sense of solitude. From ABBA: The Museum, the Nordic Museum, the Vasa Museum, Skansen and the Thielska Gallery to family-friendly attractions like the amusement park Gröna Lund and the charms of the Djurgårdsstaden neighborhood, such a rich collection of sights in such close proximity is rarely found elsewhere. There are also performance venues like Cirkus and the Royal Dramatic Theatre, walks beneath wooded canopies, and yachts docked at the harbor. A little of history, culture and nature, Djurgården is Stockholm's crowning glory.

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).

Museum of Ethnography

The once exclusive Ethnographic Museum is now better known as the People's Museum. It is now a place to celebrate and explore our diverse world through temporary exhibitions and objective descriptions of different cultures. The museum also makes an effort to emphasize the common link between cultures by exploring fundamental aspects such as communication, religion, family and death. Entry is free for all people.


The Woodland Cemetery, or Skogskyrkogården, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; a place that harmoniously blends architectural elements with the natural landscape to create an oasis of tranquility where one may contemplate the meaning of life. Designed by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz, construction on the cemetery began in 1917 and would continue in phases until 1940. The chapel and other funerary buildings exemplify functionalist architectural styles, while the cemetery itself is more archaic, borrowing heavily from medieval Nordic traditions. The cemetery was built at the site of a former quarry overtaken by towering pines; inlaid with minimal paths and austere structures that complement rather than compete with the backdrop for attention. The final effect is a spellbinding one, bewitching in its wild beauty and untamed charm. So riveting is its allure that architects the world over have been influenced by its pragmatic design to create similar woodland cemeteries in their homelands. Several notable personalities, such as actors Greta Garbo, Oscar A.C. Lund and Arthur Fischer, architect Gunnar Asplund, and poet Artur Adson found their final resting place here amid the trees.

The Museum of Medieval Stockholm

This museum showcases the city life of Stockholm in the early 1500s. You will find exhibitions depicting different building techniques, recordings of choirs singing in Latin, as well as the distinct odor of tar and dried fish, which were prevalent during the era. Interactive slide shows help spark the imagination, and bring forth interesting aspects of the era. You can pick up souvenirs, such as music CDs, jewelry, and ceramics from the gift shop.


Medelhavsmuséet is a great place to see art and artifacts from the ancient Mediterranean civilizations. The pride of the museum is the Cypriot collection, proclaimed as the largest collection of native art outside Cyprus. Other impressive artifacts date back to the times of the Egyptian Pharaohs, and early civilizations in Cyprus, Greece and Rome.

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