Explore the nearby attractions in Stockholm

Consisting of 14 islands, central Sweden's picturesque capital stands where Lake Mälaren meets the Baltic Sea, surrounded by an amazing archipelago and stunning nature. City center attractions such as the Royal Palace and City Hall (the annual venue for the Nobel Prize banquet) are just a short train ride away from Arlanda Airport. Admire a fully preserved ship from the 1600s at the Vasa Museum, or stroll down picturesque medieval alleyways in Gamla Stan, Swedish for Old Town. Find more information on our recommended points of interest.

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Westfield Mall of Scandinavia

19,51 mi / 31,39 km from the hotel
For those who love shopping, don't miss out on a visit to Stockholm's largest shopping center. Browse over 200 shops, dine at a variety of restaurants, or head to Sweden's most modern cinema with large screens and VIP lounges.


22,16 mi / 35,67 km from the hotel
Stockholm's most popular pedestrian shopping street, Drottninggatan, starts in the center of the city and leads to the Old Town. Enjoy a variety of shops, including specialty shops, local brands, and more!
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Gamla Stan

22,92 mi / 36,88 km from the hotel
Stockholm's Old Town, Gamla Stan is dotted with colorful historical buildings, bistros, and bars. Take a stroll down its cobbled streets and visit the Storkyrkan Cathedral and the Royal Palace.
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Royal Palace

22,8 mi / 36,69 km from the hotel
One of the largest palaces in Europe, the Royal Palace in Stockholm is a must-see. This baroque palace features over 600 rooms, and three museums, it's also the official residence of the royals.
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Stockholm City Hall

22,63 mi / 36,41 km from the hotel
The Stockholm City Hall is famous for its golden spire featuring the Three Crowns, romantic architecture, grand halls, and unique pieces of art, it's also the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held annually in December.
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7,73 mi / 12,44 km from the hotel
Take a day trip to Sigtuna, Sweden’s oldest town founded in 980 AD. Visit Sigtuna Museum for a glimpse into the town's fascinating history. Explore cobblestone streets and the almost 1,000-year-old main street, Stora Gatan.