This place is beautiful outisde so don't bother to go inside. Because it is on separated island there are many good places for photos.
About Stockholm City Hall
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This place is as great as what was written by most of the reviewers, it has great views of the old town and the building is great too. But I do want to warn everyone to beware of con artist as I had unfortunately became...More
This is a grand building, and possibly one of the grandest local government buildings in the world as befits this beautiful city . It is used for the Nobel prize winners reception and for visiting royalty and other dignitaries. While early 20th C., its style...More
City halls in many European cities are located in very beautiful and impressive buildings, but Stockholm's is one of the most magnificent. Externally it is a most impressive brown building with its high tower, overlooking across the water other beautiful sites of the city. Its...More
We visited Stockholm for several days before a Baltic cruise and toured this building with a private guide. It was absolutely spectacular. I had read (in a guide book) that in Southern Europe it is the churches where splendor is most obvious, but in Northern...More
I felt the visit to the city hall was time well spent, but best seen with a guide who can explain the political structure. The building itself is designed to look somewhat medieval but is much more modern. The mural in the main hall is...More
It's really beautiful to shot the view of the city hall in the sunset! You don't really need to go inside, but it's interesting to know more.
what an amazing building ! and "parks" around the building. the best view of the old town stockholm is from behind this place. a must to visit its right outside the old town (crossing bridge) you cannot miss the tower of the city hall. follow...More
It was impressive and interesting. Annual Nobel Prizes took place here. Our tour guide explained the history, its function and the interior was beautiful. Worth visiting in Stockholm.