Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden, with nearly 2 million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. The inner city is made up of 14 islands across Lake Mälaren and three streams into the brackish Baltic Sea, with the Stockholm archipelago with some 24,000 islands, islets and skerries.
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Search for hotels in Stockholm, Hagersten (6 km southwest), Lidingo (5 km northeast), Solna (5 km northwest) and Enskede (6 km south).
Södermalm [sødərˈmalm] is the southern borough of central Stockholm, consisting of the island …
Kungsholmen is an island-borough just west of central Stockholm, where the Stockholm City Hall, Stockholms stadshus, is a dominant landmark.
Norrmalm [nɔrˈmalm], also known as City, is the central borough of Stockholm, bordering to Östermalm to the east at Birger Jarlsgatan, the Old Town to the south, Kungsholmen to the south-west, and Vasastan north-west of Tegnérgatan.
Söderort [ˈsøːdərˈuʈ] refers to the part of Stockholm municipality that lies south of Södermalm.
History museum, rated 4.6 of 5
Östermalm [østərˈmalm] is a borough in north-eastern Stockholm, bordering Norrmalm and Vasastan at Birger Jarlsgatan, one of Stockholm's longest streets.
Gamla Stan [gamlaˈstɑːn], the Old Town, also known as Staden mellan broarna is the Old Town in Stockholm, containing genuine cultural heritage, as well as tourist traps.
Västerort [ˈvɛstərˈuʈ] is the western part of Stockholm municipality, extending far from the inner …
Djurgården [ˈjʉːrˈgoːɖən], [ˈjʉːgɔɳ], more properly Södra Djurgården, is a park island in the southern Östermalm borough in Stockholm.
Vasastan is a neighbourhood in north-central Stockholm, making up the northern part of the Norrmalm borough.
Lidingö [ˈliːdɪŋˈø:] is a suburban island east of Stockholm in Sweden, at the innermost part of the Stockholm archipelago.
Art gallery, rated 4.1 of 5
Harbor / marina, rated 4.5 of 5
Science museum, rated 4.3 of 5
Scenic lookout, rated 3.8 of 5
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