Country information

Capital: Stockholm

Language: Swedish, English is widely used

Currency: Swedish Corona

Time difference: none

Climate: temperate climate, thanks to the Gulf Stream. 

Things to see and do

From district to district, you will be able to discover perfectly conserved buildings dating back to the Middle Ages, which are located in close proximity to a much more modern architecture. 

Visit the royal palace, the official residence of the Swedish Monarchy, or the Nordic Museum which traces the history of the Swedish people and culture. 

Discover Riddarholmen Church (Stockholm), Stockholm Museum of Modern Art, and Stockholm National Museum.


So as to make the most of this cultural diversity, be sure to buy a "Stockholm Card" which will provide free access to over 90 attractions and offers free and unlimited travel across the city's transportation network inter alia. 


Further information:

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