Stockholm – The Capital of Scandinavia


Built on 14 islands around one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved medieval city centuries, the Swedish capital is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction. Stockholm offers a several museums, theaters, sights, attractions and events, whether you’re interested in history, art, opera, modern dance, traditional handicraft, contemporary design or anything else. Stockholm is a very diverse city with something for everyone. 

Gamla Stan




You can stroll around in “Old Town” with buildings from the 1300’s.

Stockholm Architechture



Or admire the contemporary architecture.ABBA the Museum 

The talk of the town right now is the grand opening of “ABBA – The Museum” which opens in June 2009 but tickets are already on sale! 6,500 square meters (70,000 square foot) on four levels, featuring everything about on the the biggest Swedish icons – ABBA.

The spring and summer (April-September) are definitely the best times to visit Stockholm. I hope the temperatures below will give you some indication of what works best for you.
from +2 to – 7C (36 to 19F)
Spring: between +5 and 15C (41 to 59F)
Summer: 20-25C (68 to 77F) or warmer
Autumn: between +5 and 18C (41 to 64F)

Best regards,
Mikael Hellstrom
Product Manager – Scandinavia

3 Comments on “Stockholm – The Capital of Scandinavia

  1. Every season has its own appeal but a normal winter (whatever that is nowadays) requires a bit of planning and some wintry clothing of course.

  2. Thank you for the information. My family is taking a trip to Stokholm this summer and we don’t have much of a clue how to prepare.

  3. Hey there,

    Great blog, my congratulations 🙂

    I heard Stockholm is great. Well developed, colourful city, despite its northern location…

    I just love Kotbullar 🙂


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