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The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
This boat is amazing, I love historical things and this is by far one of the best I have ever seen. The sheer size of it is impressive but how it is displayed in the space is so memorable. We also got to see some American naval officers getting on the boat which was cool.
For all interested in art, especially Swedish art, this place is a must! The faboulus huge villa, built as a private art gallery, is since long open for anyone to visit. You have to pay an entrance fee of course.
You will need time to study the art works of Eugene Jansson, Gustaf Fjaestad, Carl Larsson and many others. If...
"Oaxen Slip: Great food & service in a cozy bistro environment!"
reviewed 1 week ago by 331saibals
Looks like Tripadvisor doesn't have a separate entry for this bistro as Oaxen Krog is the formal Michelin star sister restaurant.
We landed in Stockholm on a Sunday, and all Michelin star restaurants are closed on Sundays in Stockholm. We booked this place in advance as we had read about the chef. They didn't disappoint!
We were there with our...
Traditional restaurant with a good reputation. A nice combination between the modern kitchen and the traditional kitchen. Always a safe card if you want to celebrate or for the weeding lunch. A nice outdoor terrace. Near Skansen.
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"Restaurant in Vasa Museum"
reviewed 21 October 2018 by Avid_traveler0710
After touring the Vasa, we worked up an appetite. Their restaurant was conveniently located within the museum. Good variety of options: hot, cold, soups, salad, baked goods, wine, beer, etc. Something for everyone. Love their cookies!!!! A good finish after all the walking to get here and touring the grounds before going into the museum.
We were passing on our walk around the islands/attractions of Stockholm and fancied getting out of the cold for a while for a tea/coffee and cakes.
I was quite busy but we found a table and then it is self service - you order and pay at the counter and take your order back to your table.
The drinks and...
The hotel has an excellent location. Front desk service very good and efficiently handled.The room is nice but small. I really missed a desk, just to sit down and do some emails.The restaurant was more than fully booked this evening, there where people all the way out in the lobby having dinner. It was some kind of Christmas part I...
This hotel is comfortable and has a very good breakfast, with a large range of breads, cheeses and cold meats. The scrambled egg and fruit were excellent too.
The restaurant meals are delicious too, but not cheap. I had a very tasty chicken risotto.
The front desk team was exceptionally courteous and helpful.
There were one of two quirks about...
So I attended a conference here. The conference room was good and so was the food. The bedrooms were small and so were the beds and I am not big! They are also a bit tired and my view was not great.
It’s opposite the ABBA museum and you can easily walk to the Vassa museum and others in the...