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The Drottingholm Palace is a World Heritage Site because of its beauty and important history. It is comparable to Versailles. Check out the Court Theater and the Chinese Pavilion.
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Ekero | Drottningholm, Stockholm 178 02, Sweden
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A very beautiful gardens. One can spend a good few hours strolling in one of the most beautiful ngarfens I have been to. it is so tranquil and wherever you walk there is always something to see and appreciate

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Our concierge recommended the Stromma boat to Drottningholm. On a sunny summer day, it was a great way to go. The ride took a little under an hour. At the palace, you can sign up for a guided tour in English. The tour takes 45...More

Thank VAVoyager1008
Reviewed 1 week ago

At 9 AM, we boarded the T 19 metro at T-Centralen (using our 7 day Senior SL Cards-220 SEK each), arriving less than 30 minutes later at Brommaplan Station. Here we descended to McDonald's and passed a large fruit/produce market to find Bus #176 for...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We have bought the combined ticket with the boat trip on the place near the town hall. The ticket officer told us the wrong port number from where the boat departs, therefore we've got almost no sitting place on the board. The trip was joyful,...More

Thank 787Balazs_
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A wonderful palace with beautiful sculptures , marble , furniture etc in side . Also the theatre is worth s visit and the Chinese pavilion . The gardens are glorious if you appreciate gardens . The English gardens and then palace gardens . Could easily...More

Thank _jennys3489
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My girlfriend surprised me when she said we are going to Drottningholm palace. We had the most amazing beautiful time together there. We travelled by boat from Stockholm which takes around 30 minuets as there is a few stops , I hear your able to...More

Thank Egreenberg123
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is far from being the Versailles of the North as I've seen it advertised in some places. The castle itself is just like any other one, the grounds and gardens are rather dull - nothing that really catches your eye. Well, at least it's...More

Thank Michael F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Drottningholm Palace is the private residence of the Swedish royal family, located near Stockholm. Opening times: 10am-5pm The main attractions are the gardens which are breathtaking.

1  Thank Natalija T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took our American cousin for a couple of hours of Swedish history. We strolled in the fantastic park and watched the castles. Some easy and nice hours spent.

Thank Stefan A
Reviewed 1 week ago

It takes 3 Hrs to go and come back for a 45-minute visit ... unless you have lot of time in hand you can give a pass and avoid taking the ferry as it takes longer to reach

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Les L
21 June 2018|
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Response from TravellingEnjoy | Reviewed this property |
Yes you will need to buy boat tickets, the boat ride is 50-60 minutes depending on stops. We had the Stockholm Pass which included free boat fare and all entrance fees at the castle activities.
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rdlc
14 June 2018|
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Response from Lavarcham | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can access the grounds earlier.
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Lynn C
1 June 2018|
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Response from KathyJ166 | Reviewed this property |
Many museums are closed on Mondays. Be sure you check that out before you make your schedule. Summer hours (starting mid-June many places) are also different from off peak hours. Check when you get to Stockholm for the most... More
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