Loved the blue gate! The color attracts you like a magnent. And from there you walk into beautiful green lush gardens by the water. So relaxing. And close by you hot to visit the Vasa Museum and the ABBA museum.
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Great walking, running, biking trails. Good birding. Nice water and city views. Very quiet on weekday. Well worth a visit!
Djurgarden is a perfect day trip in nice weather. Beautiful surroundings, a theme park, restaurants, bars and museums. The boat trip over is short and just lovely if the weather is nice. I spent a whole day there strolling, visiting the Vasa museum and the...More
A very nice park in walking distance from the city. Its full of must see museums like the Vasa , Skasen the Nordic and the aquarium.Combine a visit to all using the Stockholm pass.
Djurgarden is filled with something for everyone. Easy to get to either by walking or taking the ferry from Gamla Stan. There is the extremely large park for strolling if you would like a getaway from city stuff, the Vasa Museum , Abba Museum, Nordic...More
Two islands to the east of Gamla Stan you find Djurgården, a park next the more famous Vasa and Abba museums. It has extensive walking and riding paths, delightful gardens, an organic nursery and cafe in the middle and the Rosendal Wärdshus, offering beautiful fish...More
This popular recreational and residential island dates from the 13th C. and is situated across the ornate Djurgardsbron bridge (1897) near the center of Stockholm. It attracts > 10 million visitors p/ year as the area features many important sights & monuments such as the...More