Explore Stockholm's Gustavus Adolphus Square, Centralstationen, Sergel's Square and more.
Thousands of people visit Centralstationen (Central Station). It's the largest railway station in Northern Europe.
Enjoy a stroll on Sergels torg (Sergel's Square), named after 18th-century sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel.
Watch horses race on the tracks at Solvalla, one of the biggest harness-racing venues in Northern Europe.
A statue of King Gustavus Adolphus sits in the middle of a public square built in his honor.
Fagel & Vilt is one of several vendors, restaurants and cafés located inside Östermalms Saluhall.
Visitors can learn about organic farming, landscaping, gardening and horticulture at Rosendal's Garden.
Explore the sculpture gardens at Millesgården, a property owned by Carl and Olga Milles near Lake Värtan.
Take a walk along Strandvägen, a boulevard located in the middle of one of Stockholm's richest districts.
Riksdagshuset (Swedish Parliament House) is located on Helgeandsholmen, an island in Stockholm's Old Town district.
The Sofia Church, one of Stockholm's most famous, is named after Sofia of Nassau, the Queen of Sweden from 1872-1907.
You'll find famous restaurants, exclusive fashion houses and high-end shops in Stureplan, like Hell's Kitchen and Versace.