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.
The entrance to the public gallery of the Chamber and tours is at Riksgatan 3. The entrances to the former first and second galleries are along Riksplan on either side of a large stone staircase. All visitors must present valid identification to enter Parliament House. Guided tours take about an hour and cover the history of the Riksdag and what is currently happening in parliament. No advance reservations are required, but space is limited.
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