Visitors heading out for an afternoon of sightseeing in Stockholm can find a seemingly endless list of things to do.
Sweden's capital city is packed with tourist attractions, and whether you're after an action-packed day of sightseeing or a casual day of exploring, Stockholm has plenty to keep you busy.
From a walk through Stockholm Old Town to a river cruise on the Stockholm Archipelago, sightseeing opportunities await around every turn and can be found throughout Stockholm, along with quaint boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
Must-see Stockholm Attractions
One of the city's most prominent landmarks, Stadshuest - or City Hall - welcomes the world's most distinguished academics and world leaders each year for the Nobel Prize Ceremony in its Blue Hall - and is open year round to visitors.
Visitors can also learn more about the history of Stockholm at the Vasa Museet. A must-visit on any sightseeing trip, this impressive museum houses the beautiful Vasa - a ship that sank 20 minutes into its maiden voyage in 1628.
For an urban retreat in the heart of Stockholm, take a break from sightseeing and visit the picture-perfect Djurgården. Owned by the Swedish Monarchy, the island boasts walking and cycling paths along the sea, along with picnic space on the soft green lawns.
Convenient Sightseeing from the Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm
From exploring the impressive collection at the National Museum to getting your 'fika fix' at one of the many coffee shops in the city, the hotel's convenient Stockholm accommodation puts the best sightseeing within easy reach.
Located in the heart of the city centre, this hotel in Stockholm makes it easy for guests to enjoy an afternoon of sightseeing and then retreat home for a restful night's sleep.
Book a room at the Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm.