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The palace and grounds with lovely period parks will give you a relaxing, refreshing experience fit for a King! Throughout the summer months it's open and if you're Up for a jaunt in the park sign up for a race of 6.5 km in the...More
We had a brief look round the ordinary gardens and gift shop then hastened on to the cafe for Fika. We were not disappointed. The cakes and pastries were delicious and coffee refills were free. The sun was shining we had good Swedish company so...More
Visited Solliden Park with the family. 2 adults and 1 child costs 250 skr. A bit overpriced cause there wasn't that much to see and do really. Some nice flowers and trees, but not so much besides that.
This royal white castle for one's thoughts back to the last century and a romantic dream of the Mediterranean and Italian culture. The small beautiful accompanying park is, as usual, typical Swedish manners, a mixture between, French, English and Italian. And if you are lucky...More
We visited this on the same day as Borgholm Castle as the two are almost side by side. While the Swedish Royal family's summer palace, don't expect to see them nor go inside their residence. The gardens are of a botanical garden quality, clearly tended...More
Me and my family of four visited this park in the hot july sun.
As I love parks and my wife and four year old daughter love royals we all had something too see and do. My son on the other hand had to sit...More
We visited the grounds of the Solliden Palace, summer home of the Swedish royal family. Most of the park and gardens are open to the public, while the palace building is not (few if any similar residential buildings of Heads of State offer public access)....More