In Summer or Winter, Stockholm is always a city to visit. Now that the summer is ending, but the Winter has not yet arrived, why not head North? Learn about this and other destination suggestions at flytap.com.
From the Lake Mälaren
The city divides in 14 islands. That’s why the boat trip on the canals is an essential part of the experience. Or crossing some of the 57 bridges. Then, take a stroll on Gamla Stan (old city), including the very narrow street of Marten Trotzigs Gränd. And don’t forget to visit the major Royal Palace, which features 600 rooms and 7 floors.
From all perspectives
Stockholm’s bohemian artistic square is called Södermalm. Before having fun there, check the XVII century ship at the Vasa Museum or the international centre for photography, the Fotografiska. In wintertime, do consider taking a trip to the ski resorts of the Swedish Lapland.