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We were on a tour and were taken here as part of it. We were told about this being the sum residence of the Royal Family and amazingly the King turned up in his car as we were there!
It is a lovely building but...More
Our family of 7 did not even know the Summer Palace was here! We had planned to visit the Borgholm Castle, after seeing Eketorp and Gettlinge stones, and saw a sign pointing left to the palace from the Borgholm Castle. What a surprise and treat....More
Solliden was my favourite spot on Öland island. This beautiful chateau has been the summer residence of the Swedish royal family since 1906. It was built by German-born Queen Victoria of Sweden in 1903, and inherited by the current King, Carl Gustav XVI in 1960....More
These palace gardens are beautifully maintained to royal standards. The collection of trees, shrubs and plants is a garden-lovers dream. The location is magnificent. As well as the maintained gardens, there are also extensive and beautiful nature trails where there is a sense of untamed...More
Solliden Castle is famous as the summer residence of the Swedish royal family.
The castle is off limit to most but visitors can access the park.
The park is beautiful but rather expensive and I prefered the Stadspark in Kalmar.
Better is to wander in...More
The palace and grounds with lovely period parks will give you a relaxing, refreshing experience fit for a King! Throughout the summer months it's open and if you're Up for a jaunt in the park sign up for a race of 6.5 km in the...More
We had a brief look round the ordinary gardens and gift shop then hastened on to the cafe for Fika. We were not disappointed. The cakes and pastries were delicious and coffee refills were free. The sun was shining we had good Swedish company so...More
Visited Solliden Park with the family. 2 adults and 1 child costs 250 skr. A bit overpriced cause there wasn't that much to see and do really. Some nice flowers and trees, but not so much besides that.