Stockholm is always worth a trip
Sweden’s capital is one of the most beautiful European capitals. Located on the Swedish East coast it is surrounded by water and has a large variety of interesting places to offer. In general, Swedish is a nice country to travel to. One won’t have any problems concerning communication since nearly all the Swedes speak English very well and are very open-minded people.
The climate is humid continental and the weather is generally very mild. The average daytime high temperatures in summer range between 20 and 22 °C. In winter, it can get very cold and in the Northern parts of Sweden it is even possible to watch the famous Northern lights. Since spring and autumn can be quite cold, too, summer is the season of the year when most tourists come to Stockholm. It is therefore a good idea to book an accommodation well in advance. For example, you can find and book hotels in Stockholm on Zoover.co.uk or contact a travel agency.
Museums and castles – some places to goAmongst the many places to visit in Stockholm is the Vasa Museum, located on the island of Djurgården which is a maritime museum. Exhibited there is the war ship Vasa, which sank in 1628 but remains intact until today. Especially people who are interested in architecture and the sea should pay the museum a visit. The Stockholm palace or Stockholms slott as it is called in Swedish is the Royal castle. Located in the center of Stockholm on the island Stadsholmen, it is another must-see.
The National Historical Museum (Statens historiska museum) covers Swedish cultural history and art. Over 20 million pieces are on display there and give an interesting insight in the rich Swedish history.