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Reviewed July 22, 2013

It was a wonderful privilege to attend a reception at the Radhus as part of the 13th European Congress of Psychology. The delegates were treated to a magnificent buffet, in splendid surroundings. The blue room is not blue, of course: the splendid hall has brick walls, and is grand in a restrained, Northern way. This is the setting for the Nobel Prize Dinners. The gold room made me smile: quite over the top, but what fun! Quite a contrast to the austere main hall. The central courtyard gives way to magnificent vistas of the harbour, through a series of arches. Do visit this important Swedish landmark.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Be sure to plan your visit appropriately if you're planning to do both the guided tour and the tower. They space them out differently, but you need to get there earlier in the day (before noon) to be sure you can get a spot for both. The guided tour was nice - not too long and contains interesting facts about the building. The star for me though was the tower. They do have an elevator, but they try to reserve it for only those that truly need it so plan on the walk up. Once you get to the end of the stairs there are a series of switchback hallways that take you to the very top -- and it takes a while to get through them - they seem neverending. But, it is well worth it. The views over the city are simply breathtaking.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

We ensured we went to the City Hall to get the top picture. We crossed over to the canal side to get the picture. When Stockholm is advertised, the City Hall is one of the top pictures used. So it is a MUST when in Stockholm. We sat and rested along the canal, having a cup of tea and cake, people watching and enjoying this beautiful area.

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Reviewed July 21, 2013

The building's architecture and the fact that the Nobel Peace Prize dinner is held In this building each year is very interesting. The tour guide was very knowledgable and welcoming.

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Reviewed July 20, 2013

This is worth the stop if you have the time. The mosaics and stone work is very impressive. The views by the rivers are also nice and worth a walk to view.

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