Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel, Stockholm

Nearby Attractions

Experience the captivating capital of Sweden

Our location in the heart of the city places guests of Radisson Blu Royal Viking Hotel Stockholm near the capital’s best attractions. Less than 2 kilometers from the hotel lies the Royal Palace, the official residence and principal workplace of the Swedish monarch. Make plans to see the Vasa Museum, the most visited non-art museum in Scandinavia, the Fotografiska museum of photography and Moderna Museet modern art museum.

Key attractions:

  • The House of Culture (Kulturhuset) - 400 m – Located at Sergel’s torg; Kulturhuset is a hub of creativity, hosting a variety of events, plays, exhibitions, concerts and screenings.
  • NK - 700 m – Step into a world of pure luxury at Stockholm’s famous department store, NK. Established in 1915 and just as relevant today.
  • Stureplan (shopping and restaurants) - 1 km – Stureplan is synonymous with glamorous lifestyles. The clubs, shops and dining venues here are a favorite of the city’s VIP’s.
  • National Museum - 1.1 km – Get your dose of Rembrandt and famous works of other well-known artists among the many collections at the National Museum.
  • The Royal Palace - 1.7 km – One of the largest in Europe, the Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, containing no less than 5 museums!
  • Stockholm City Hall - 1.9 km – Join a guided tour of the building for a peek inside City Hall and climb up to the top of the tower for fantastic cityscapes.
  • Old Town (Gamla Stan) - 2.0 km – A stroll around Gamla Stan is a must for any Stockholm trip, with its narrow cobbled streets, boutiques, eateries, cafés and gorgeous buildings.
  • Museum of Modern Art - 2.2 km – Step inside to find an unbelievable collection of art from artists and legends such as Picasso, Dalí and Matisse.
  • Vasa Museum - 2.5 km – Marvel at the size of the amazingly decorated 69-meter long warship Vasa that sank in Stockholm in 1628.
  • Fotografiska Museum - 2.6 km – Hobbyists and professionals should all make a visit to one of the world’s largest museums for contemporary photography.
  • Gröna Lund - 3 km – Take the ferry out to the Gröna Lund amusement park to see why it’s a favourite of locals and visitors alike, with thrilling rides and a great atmosphere.
  • ABBA The Museum - 3.3 km – Voulez vouz, because who wouldn’t want to visit the museum dedicated to the Swedish pop music legends. 
  • Ericsson Globe Arena - 4.3 km –Visit the Globe Arena to catch your favourite performers live, or to take the SkyView gondola to the top of the worlds largest spherical building.
  • Tele2 Arena - 6.2 km – Just south of the city center is the multi-purpose stadium of Tele2 Arena, mostly used for large concerts and football matches.