Places to see in Stockholm
The Arlanda Express provides easy access to the all the city’s cultural treasures when traveling from the Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel at Arlanda Airport, making the hotel suited for business and leisure travelers alike.
During your time in Sweden's capital, be sure to visit the historic canals and islands of the region, which comprises of 14 islands where Lake Mälaren meets the Baltic Sea. Other visitor-friendly attractions worth seeing include the world's first open-air museum, Skansen, located on the island of Djurgården, as well as the prestigious National Museum of Art. On the island of Gamla Stan you will find the Royal Palace, along with quaint medieval streets, shops and the famous Stortorget city square.
There are many must-sees in Stockholm and it is easy to cover several interesting sites in one day as they are usually not far from other attractions. Being a city of islands, you will have many memorable experiences as you visit the different ones, seeing their very best sights and unique attributes.
- Sigtuna - Sweden's first town, rich in medieval history - 16 km
- Lake Mälaren – Picturesque lake to the east of Stockholm – 28 km
- Uppsala - The historical former seat of the Swedish kings - 34 km
- Skokloster Castle – Extravagant Baroque castle by Mälaren – 40 km
- Drottningholm Palace - Home of the Swedish royal family - 43 km
- Vasa Museum – Amazingly preserved 17th century warship – 43 km
- Gröna Lund – Family friendly amusement park with many rides – 43 km
- Moderna Museet – Renowned museum for contemporary art – 43 km
- Nationalmuseum – Sweden’s national gallery of art and design - 44 km
- The Royal Palace – Official residence of Sweden’s Monarchs – 44 km
- Gamla Stan – Stockholm’s charming and historical old town – 44 km
- Skansen – The world’s first open-air museum, founded 1891 – 44 km
- Fotografiska – Extensive museum of contemporary photography – 45 km
- Djurgården Island – Island with many museums and attractions - 45 km