If you have never been to Sweden, here is a guide of what tourists have found to be the best and not so worthy sites to visit….
Best Places To Visit………..
1. Monteliusvägen Is Totally Worth Finding According To Many –Is a scenic walkway along the heights of Södermalm. This is one of the most captivating viewpoints in Stockholm, as it overlooks the Old Town and Norrmälarstrand. Plan a lunch or get a latte and enjoy looking at the view from many of the benches that are available. Plan something really special for your significant other here. Tourists have said it is tricky to find, yet definitely worth the search. Many mention that many of the locals don’t even know the place exists or very surprised tourists can find the place on their own.
2. Take In A Free Walking Tour Of Downtown Stockholm– Enjoy a free 90-minute walking tour of Stockholm’s Norrmalm district with a guide who works only for tips, so all you need to pay is what you feel the tour was worth at the end!- Links- Get Our Guide.com, Trip Advisor.com
3. Fotografiska Museum – (The Swedish Museum of Photography) -Fotografiska presents four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions annually. The photos will range from powerful and thought-provoking to creepy. This museum will certainly be a very interesting tour!
4. The Vasa Museum is an absolute must for any tourist! The Vasa Ship Museum features one of the most complete and best preserved shipwrecks in the world. The ship sank a few hundred meters from its first sailing in the 1650’s. It was then discovered at the bottom of the harbor was painstakingly brought back to the surface and reassembled. In the museum, you can see this ship up-close, and truely is a work of art.
5. The Ghost Walking Tour In Gamla Stan– This tour isn’t your every day tour. Get the inside story behind stories of legends, diseases, murders and of course, ghosts. The old town is charming. Get lost in the atmosphere of walking down cobbled streets and winding avenues. The buildings are colorful, and the narrow lane ways are very interesting to see. Mårten Trotzigs Gränd is the narrowest alley. Take time out to leisurely visiting the shops, eating at the local eateries, enjoying the architecture and simply soaking it all up. There is a lot to see and do, however, don’t arrive early, as many shops don’t open until 11:00 a.m.
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