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    • STOCKHOLM Restaurants: Indian Garden - Heleneborgsgatan 15 A, Södermalm Indian Inn Restaurant - Verskstadsgatan 11-13, (T) HonstullSodermalm (Hornsgatan), Stockholm, Sweden Shanti -katarinabangata 58, Stockholm, Sweden Indian King -Västmannagatan 12, 111 24 Stockholm, Sweden ATTRACTIONS: Lake Malaren - Lake Mälarenis the third-largest lake in Sweden, after Lakes Vänern and Vättern. Its area is 1,140 km² and its greatest depth is 64 m. Mälaren spans 120 kilometers from east to west.Lake Malaren is often mistaken for part of the Stockholm archipelago. It is actually a very large lake approximately 1 meter higher than the archipelago. The boat locks are located under the bridge at "Slussen" in the central part of Stockholm. If you view the map of Stockholm in the 5 or 10 kilometer scale, Lake Malerenare the waterways located to the west of Stockholm.
    • Vasa Museum–A tourist favorite, but an amazing one. This17th-century warship spent 333 years in the mud of StockholmHarbor. Raised in 1961 and housed in the weirdest-lookingbuilding in town. On the beautiful island of Djurgården, theformer royal hunting grounds.The Vasa Museum is situated on the island of Djurgården inStockholm, Sweden. It takes about 30 minutes to walk from theCentral Station and 10 minutes from the metro station Karlaplan.VISITING ADDRESSGalärvarvsvägen 14, Djurgården, Stockholm, SwedenHow to get there:TramThe easiest way to get to the museum is by tram. From the city centre (by Sergelstorg square, onHamngatan street) take tram number 7 towards Waldemarsudde.BusBus 44 to bus stop Nordiskamuseet/Vasamuseet.Bus 69 and 76 to bus stop Djurgårdsbron.MetroRed line to station Karlaplan. From there a 10 minute walk or bus 44 to bus stopNordiskamuseet/Vasamuseet.OPENING HOURS - 1 September - 31 May, Every day 10.00-17.00,Wednesdays 10.00-20.00, New Year´s Eve 31 December 10.00-15.00Closed: 1 January and 23-25 December, 1 June - 31 August, Every day 8.30-18.00ADMISSIONS - Adults 110 SEKStudents 80 SEK (with valid student ID showing expiry date)Children and adolescents 0-18 years free of chargeGroups (of at least 10 persons) 80 SEKPayment can be made in cash and with credit cards. We accept American Express, VISA, etc.
    • Archipelago Tour - This is the perfect trip if you are looking toexperience the untouched nature of our unique archipelago in a short time.Feel the peaceThe tour is 2,5 - 3 hours, just right to experience the best our beautifularchipelago has to offer.On board our guide will tell you all about what’s typical about the Stockholm archipelago in avery inspiring way, making the journey a beautiful and informative outing.The journeyWelcome on board one of our classic archipelago ships. You will go with either m/s Östanå Ibuilt 1906 or s/s Stockholm built 1931, both are classic pearls and well-known elements in thearchipelago.LunchCombine your trip with a nice lunch on board. On both ships lighter lunches are available. Weserve hot and cold drinks and sandwiches, salads and pies.For departures 10:30 and 13:30, you can pre-book the chef’s lunch special. The lunch comes at abeneficial price when booked together with your boat ticket. Pre-book Archipelgo tour withlunch here>>During the period 14th of July - 12th of August we have an evening departure at 18:30 here wealso serve dinner. Pre-book Archipelago tour with dinner here>>Information & booking:Phone: 08-12 00 40 00E-mail: bokning@stromma.seAddress: Svensksundsvägen 17, 111 49 StockholmOpening hours:Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pmDay before holiday we close at 1pm.
    • Kaknästornet - Kaknästornet, Stockholm tv-tower, 155 meter high with the best view ofStockholm, day and night, summer and winter, rain or shine, offers a unique environment for bothordinary days as partys. In our management since september 2005. Enjoy our tv-tower restaurantStockholm, café, skybar, viewpoint and souvernir shop.Address - RestaurangKaknästornetMörkakroken 28, 115 27 Stockholm, SwedenMan - Lor 11-22 (23 ijun - aug), son 11-17.Mon - sat 11 am - 10 pm (11 pm in june - aug), sun 11 am - 5 pm.Café and Sky bar / cafe and Skybar :Mon - Thu 10-17, Fri - Sat 10-21, Sun 10 - 18. (9-21 days June - August).Mon - thu 10 am - 5 pm, fri - sat 10 am - 9 pm, sun 10 am - 6 pm (9 am - 9 pm all days june - aug).Toppenochshopen / Viewpoint and souvernirshop:Mon - Sat 10-21, Sun 10-18 (9-22 days in June - August).Mon - sat 10 am - 9 pm, Sun 10 am - 6 pm (9 am - 10 pm all days june - aug).Hissavgift / Elevator fee (inte vid bokatbord / not when booked a table) :Adults 45 kr. In the group of at least 20 people - 30 €.Adults 45 sek.In a group with a least 20 persons - 30 sek.Children 7-15 years 20 SEK. In the group of at least 20 children - 15 €.Children 7-15 years 20 sek.In a group with at least 20 children - 15 sek.Ledsagare, ingenavgift. Care escorts, no charge.The ground floor of the tower contains a souvenir shop featuring a wide variety of items such asthe Tower in miniature to more exclusive swedish handicrafts. Look at the homepage forour opening hours and take a 360-tour!>> Below is a selection of what you can find in our shop.We have also permission to resell tickets for Stockholm public transport, called "SL":- Kaknäs Tower´s own souvenirs- Dalecarlian Horse from Nusnäs- Tomte& trolls- T-shirts, caps- Sticers, pins- Pens, postcards- Hologram
    • Skansen - Skansen is the first open air museum and zoo in Sweden and is located onthe island Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1891 by ArturHazelius (1833–1901) to show the way of life in the different parts of Sweden before the industrial era.Address-SkansenSkansenDjurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden08-442 80 00How to get to SkansenFerryThe ferry leaves from Slussen at the end of Gamlastan. The ferry takes visitors to Skeppsholmenand to Allmännagränd on Djurgården. The nearest bus stop in Gamlastan is Räntmästartrappan.Bus 2 and bus 76 access the stop. The ferry terminal is a short walk from the Slussen metrostation. Here you can find timetables for the ferry>>Buss/tramBus 44 takes you to Skansen via Karlaplan. The metro station at Karlaplan is served by the redline to Ropsten. Timetable here>>From T-Centralen in the city centre you can take bus 69 or bus 69K and change to the No.7 tramat Norrmalmstorg, Nybroplan, Styrmansgatan or Djurgårdsbron. The tram takes you out toDjurgården and stops at Nordiskamuseet/Vasamuseet/Junibacken, Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund,Skansen, Djurgårdsskolan and Waldemarsudde.From Slussen you can take bus 76 (destination Frihamnen or Ropsten) and change to tram No.7at Nybroplan, Styrmansgatan or Djurgårdsbron.Further information is available on the SL website>>The Djurgården BusThe buses used on the route are nice new double-deckers with AC and free Wi Fi onboard. Thebuses run every day between 09:00 and 15:00 departing every twenty minutes from the CityBus Terminal in central Stockholm. You buy your ticket on the bus. For stops and more info,please visit www.djurgardsbussen.se>>By carGoing by car is not recommended since it´s difficult to find parking space on Djurgården andtraffic is quite heavy during rush hour.On footSkansen is not very far from the center of Stockholm. Walking here gives you a very nice tour ofthe Stockholm waterfront.Date: 2012-10-28 Choos e28 October
    • Children 6- Senior Adult Groups 15yrs citizens 10:00 -Main Entrance 60:- 100:- 80:- 80:- 16:00Hazelius 10:00 - 60 SEK 100 SEK 80 SEK 80 SEKEntrance 16:00The funicular 10:00 - Up 25:- Down Up 25:- Up 25: Down Up 15:- Downrailway 16:00 15:- Down 15:- 15:- 15:- 10:00 -The Aquarium 60:- 100:- 17:00Biological 10:00 - 10 SEK 45 SEK 30 SEK 30 SEKmuseum 15:00Childrens zoo 10:00 -16:00Date: 2012-10-29 Choos e29 October Children 6-15yrs Adult Senior citizens GroupsMain Entrance 10:00 - 16:00 60:- 100:- 80:- 80:-The Aquarium 10:00 - 16:00 60:- 100:- 10:00 - 16:00Childrens zooDate: 2012-10-30 Choos e30 October Children 6-15yrs Adult Senior citizens GroupsMain Entrance 10:00 - 16:00 60:- 100:- 80:- 80:-The Aquarium 10:00 - 16:00 60:- 100:-Biological museum 12:00 - 15:00 10 SEK 45 SEK 30 SEK 30 SEK
    • 30 October Children 6-15yrs Adult Senior citizens GroupsChildrens zoo 10:00 - 16:00The funicular railwayYou will find the funicular railway just inside the Hazelius gate. The funicular railway has thesame opening hours as the Hazelius gate and it will conveniently take you up theSkansenmountain. You get off right behind the Forrestry, close to the Tingsvallen, the Bollnässquare and the Delsbo farm. The funicular is a great form of transportation if you visit us with apram or in a wheelchair.Here you can read more about the funicular railway>>När: November - December CLOSED except Weekends in Advent 10 - 16 January - February CLOSED March weekends 10 - 16 April 10-16 April 30, Walpurgis night 10-20 May-August 10-17 June 24, Midsummers eve 10-20 Tuesdays from June 28-August 9 10-20 September 10-16 October weekends 10-16 November and December, Closed except Weekends in Advent 10-16
    • City Hall (Stadshuset)- This building is the seat of Stockholm city government,home to a luxury restaurant and the site of the banquet after the Nobel Prize ceremony. Theorgan in the Blue Hall has 10,270 pipes and is the largest in Scandinavia.Address - Hantverkargatan 1, Stockholm, SwedenThe Katarina Elevator - The Katarina Elevator is apassenger elevator in Stockholm that connects Slussen (the lock area) to the heightsof Södermalm. The original elevator was constructed in 1881, but the current structure datesfrom the rebuilding of the Slussen transport interchange in 1935.Address - Stadsgården 1 Katarinahissen, Stockholm, Sweden
    • Sergels Torg - Sergelstorgis the most central public square in Stockholm, Sweden,named after 18th century sculptorJohan Tobias Sergel, whose workshop was once located northof the square.Address - 111 57 Stockholm, SwedenDrottningholmPalace - The Drottningholm Palace is the private residence ofthe Swedish royal family. It is located in Drottningholm. It is built on the island Lovön, and isone of Swedens Royal Palaces. It was originally built in the late 16th century. It served as aresidence of the Swedish royal court for most of the 18th century. Apart from being the privateresidence of the Swedish royal family, the palace is a popular tourist attraction.Getting here, Drottningholm PalaceVisiting addressDrottningholmSale of tickets at the palaces entrance during regular opening hours.By public transportUnderground (T-bana) to Brommaplan, change to bus 301-323, alternatively 177 or 178 toDrottningholm.E4/ UppsalaFollow E4 south. Continue along route 279 until you past Kista. Turn right at route 275 toVällingby. At Brommaplan, follow signs to Drottningholm.E18/ OsloDrive E18 east to Stockholm. Follow route 275. At Brommaplan, follow signs to Drottningholm.
    • From StockholmCityFollow route 275, the Drottningholm route (signs to Vällingby). At Brommaplan, follow signs toDrottningholm.Opening hours, Drottningholm PalaceDrottningholms Palace:October: Friday–Sunday at 11:00–15:30November–9 December: Saturday–Sunday at 12:00–15:30The Royal Gift Shop and Visitors Center:October: Friday–Sunday at 11:00–16:00November–March: Saturday–Sunday at 11:00–16:00Entrance fees, Drottningholm PalaceAdults SEK 100Children 7–18 years old and students SEK 50Free entrance for children under 7 years of age in the company of a guardian.Combination ticketIncluding the Chinese Pavilion during the summer monthsAdults SEK 145Children 7–18 years old and students SEK 75Discount20% discount off regular entrance fee for tour operators and schools.
    • Kungsträdgården– Kungsträdgården is a park in central The parks centrallocation and its outdoor cafés makes it one of the most popular hangouts and meeting places inStockholm. It also hosts open-air concerts and events in summer, while offering an icerink[1]during winters. Additionally, First of May demonstrations held by theLeft Party andother communist and left-wing parties usually take place here each year. There is also a numberof cafés, art galleries and restaurants; for example GalleriDoktorGlas, a name taken from thenovel Doctor Glas by HjalmarSöderberg published in 1905.The park is divided into four distinct spaces (south to north): (1) Square of Charles XII; (2)Molins Fountain; (3); Square of Charles XIII and (4) "Fountain of Wolodarski" (without anofficial name). The park is administered and events in it organized by the Stockholm Chamber ofCommerce.Stockholm, Sweden. It is colloquially known as Kungsan.Address - Kungsträdgården, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden