With three days in Stockholm, you have time to soak in the city’s atmosphere, see its most famous sights, and even head out of town for a history- or nature-filled day trip into the surrounding countryside.
Also known as the Konserthuset, the Stockholm Concert Hall is located in Normmalm, a neighborhood just north of Stockholm’s city center. The Hotorget subway station is adjacent to the hall and several bus lines stop nearby. The box office is located at the corner of Sveavägen and Kungsgatan. Tickets purchased on the day of a concert must be bought at least two hours before the concert begins. Guided tours may be available during the summer months.
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- Stockholm National Museum
- Kungsträdgarden (Kungsan)
- Royal Swedish Opera (Kungliga Operan)
- Museum of Medieval Stockholm (Medeltidsmuseet)
- Stockholm Parliament House (Riksdagshuset)
- Stockholm City Hall (Stadshuset)
- Riddarholm Church (Riddarholmskyrkan)
- Stockholm Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet)
- Nobel Prize Museum
- Stockholm Old Town (Gamla Stan)
- Stockholm Archipelago (Stockholms Skärgard)
- Junibacken Children’s Museum