Across the water from Sjöcaféet , floating restaurant-bar Strandbryggan offers yachts for charter for up to 12 passengers. Prices start...
Rent bicycles from the small wooden hut below this huge cafe-and-tourist-info center beside Djurgårdsbron, which also offers canoes and...
The national historical collection awaits at this enthralling museum. From Iron Age skates and a Viking boat to medieval textiles and...
Wärdshuset Ulla Winbladh
Named after one of Carl Michael Bellman’s lovers, this villa was built as a steam bakery for the Stockholm World’s Fair (1897) and now...
Dag Hammarskjölds väg 3 · interesting places nearby
Named after the Swedish composer Franz Berwald, this late-1970s concert hall is at the top of its game, despite being mostly underground. It’s home to the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and world-renowned Radiokören (Swedish Radio Choir), and it also hosts the annual August Baltic Sea Festival, a classical music extravaganza featuring orchestras, choirs and soloists from several Baltic countries, including Russia.