The capital of Sweden (and according to the Swedes the whole of Scandinavia) is full of surprises. Did you know that the city is built on 14 islands, and is the place where lake Mälaren meets the sea?
The four seasons of this Nordic paradise offers winter wonders from downhill skiing to long distance ice-skating on local lakes and rivers; and in the summer, you can enjoy the lush archipelago with bars on the docks and biking over long and beautiful bridges. Year round, you can admire royal castles and residences, eat Nordic comfort food, such as meatballs and wild boar sausages and chill at some of the funkiest wine bars in the northern hemisphere.
Discover Stockholm from the rooftops of the medieval old city and see the world’s longest art exhibition in the Stockholm tube. Or if you prefer to keep warm indoors you can tour tiny cafes and bakeries to find out where the best cinnamon buns are made, or hunt for second hand treasures in the vintage Eldorado of the Nordics, Södermalm.