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This island is easily accessible from the old town and provides a pleasant outdoor space and walk with views across to the Royal Palace area. There's a large number of historic boats moored and also a unique man-powered boat crane.
Skeppsholmen hotel is a superb choice if you come to Stockholm for pleasure or sightseeing - or in my case for running the Stockholm Halvmarathon. I stayed at a junior suite on the upper floor - a great Scandinavian combination of cozy textiles, wooden floors,...More
We did a leisure walk around there from central station in mid August. The old restored boats were interesting as was our conversation with their owners as they enjoyed a few bottles of wine. There was a large wooden boat being assembled and we could...More
This pretty island also linked to Kastelholmen were former navy bases and there is a museum outside of which there are a number of old torpedoes. Wandering along the shore there are many old boats which many have their history on . Allied to a...More
The island which is joined by a bridge just where the National Museum of Art is, is charming, semi rural, the Museum of Modern Art is there, and a number of other buildings, but it is obviously a place that people can go and jog...More
A one way street if you may say so, as it isonly one bridge leading to and from the island. Not a lot of people at all which makes this little island ideal for walking. A very nice thing to do is to take the...More
Stockholm is built across a series of islands and this little one with its little redbrick 'castle' (actually an HQ for the Swedish navy) is something of a quiet haven if you come here from the bustle of Gamla Stan or Slussen. A ferry going...More