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- LIKELY TO SELL OUT*Stockholm Old Town and the Vasa Museum, a Small Group Walking Tour.13Recommended100% of travelers recommend this experience. This number is based on the percentage of all Tripadvisor reviews for this product that have a bubble rating of 4 or higher.Private and Luxuryfrom$82.38per adult
Kungsholmen is one of the largest islands in central Stockholm and one of the most popular places to live. Its most famous attraction is Stockholm’s City Hall, which stands out with its monumental architecture and is one of the most photographed buildings in Sweden. Kungsholmen has its own little city center and shopping mall, its own beach and a lovely pedestrian area next to the water, which charms both locals and visitors with beautiful little cafés, restaurants and of course an awesome view. This neighborhood is perfect for a relaxed stroll followed by some coffee on a Sunday afternoon.
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- Rådhuset • 3 min walk
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This small bronze sculpture designed by Swedish sculptor Monika Masser is located at the other end of Kungsholmstorg. It was made in 2008. Be careful not to miss it.
Written March 29, 2022
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If you don't have anything better to do, take a stroll and pet the liitle lion..you will feel better :P
Written January 4, 2019
We enjoyed looking about for this, it really is a *little* lion! Cute and a bit random but I liked it.
Written October 10, 2018
A bit out on its own - further down the road past City Hall - this cute and quirky little statue (vying with 'the iron boy' in the garden of the Finnish Church in Gamla Stan for the honour pf being Stockholm's smallest statue) iis not necessarily worth going out of your way for and if you fo go looking for it make sure you use googlemaps so you can locate it. It is randomly on a stone wall on a traffic island and is exactly as billed: a little lion!
Written August 22, 2018
No idea how I came across this but we happened to be in the area so checked him out. It’s a very small lion statue. It’s very cute but absolutely not worth going out of your way to see! Is nearby a nice walk along the water and some good cafes.
Written July 1, 2018
Come and pet the little lion as he looks lovely and lonely!! Small thing to stop by and enjoy in Stockholm.
Written June 1, 2018
Do not miss this opportunity to get really close to a marvelously majestic monument. It's open for the world to enjoy 24/7 and you are allowed to pet it anytime you want. It's is situated on a stone "bench" so you can share an ice cream with a friend and the little lion. Can't miss!
Written March 23, 2018
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