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The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
We were tipped to go to this Museum. As it was raining, we decided to go. Upon entrance it looks dark, but when you get used to this and start reading/looking/listening the ship reveals its mysteries. We totally forgot our time and were sorry we had to leave! Must go!
Ferry will go to that place , and ferry will be there in 15 minutes each time slot. A very beautiful place with a beautiful weather you can walk there and can sit near a ship which was everywhere there
Promising that the environment you associate with art and history also alternates as an arranger for classical music. Magnificent environment far out on Djurgarden which you can easily reach by trolley.
If you admire Munch, the 19th century or sculptures you should not miss this Gallery located at on hill with great viewpoints. Thielska offers superb artwork, a relaxed cafe and an interesting history that can be explored throughout the building. Besides the permanent collection their is always a solo show by a contemporary artist. The rooms are remarkable. Take a...
"Wonderful location for a light lunch (in August)"
reviewed December 23, 2019 by 184DonP
Visited in early August and it was a bright sunny day and with lots of folks enjoying the weather and eating and having a good time. Great location with all the green house flowers and the orchard, great ambience. The Soup and bread were just what we needed after a morning wandering around the island and some museums. You go...
A restaurant with an interesting history and a classy ambience. The service is excellent and the food is good. I had a toast Skagen, beef Rydberg and topped up with a peach parfait. Everything was indeed good, but still not special enough to justify the price.
$$ - $$$ • Bar, Pizza, Cafe, European, Swedish, Scandinavian
reviewed August 11, 2019 by nicwaterloo
We were on the hunt for Swedish meatballs and after the museums stopped here for a Fika. Need up seeing the meatballs on menu and since our flight was looming we ordered. My expectations were pretty low as the place seems more like a cafe and it’s so busy due to the museums. We were pleasantly surprised as the Swedish...
Unique decor, smart yet homely atmosphere, lovely views over one of Stockholms canals, understated Swedish style and good dining. Situated in Stockholms delightful diplomatic quarter. Classy spot and well worth trying if you are not wedded to international chain style hotels.
"We stayed here for 2 nights right after the new year and had a spacious corner room with large windows.."
reviewed January 22, 2020 by Erin_ATX
It was convenient because the tram picked up right outside the hotel, but at this time of year, everything around us was closed. It was difficult to find a restaurant other than the hotel's that was open for dinner in our vicinity. There is a restaurant and a cafe on premises which is nice to have. The breakfast included with...
We were walking around the area after enjoying the Vasa Museum and saw this lovely hotel. We sat on the terrace and had a leisurely lunch of short ribs and salmon salad. The wine list was very good, although they were out of my first choice, The grounds and lobby area of the hotel are beautiful as is the restaurant...