Stockholm / Sweden
In Stockholm life is buzzing. The Swedish capital, with almost 800,000 inhabitants, attracts with its beautiful buildings and lively atmosphere. Stockholm is loctaed on the Baltic Sea and a moraine estuary and is surrounded by the so-called skerry archipelago, a labyrinth of islands and bays with over 50 bridges. The cityscape is characterized not only by grandiose architecture, but also by constant water.
The city is thus located on several islands, of which the Stadsholmen represents the actual city center. The structure of the streets is medieval, buildings are the Tyska kyrkan (German church) and the cathedral, some palaces like the Bondesche House and probably the most important building of the city, the Royal Castle. The island of Norrmalm is also worth a visit with political buildings such as the government seat and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, both historic buildings. Here, however, you can also see the modern Stockholm around the Sergle Square. On the other hand, the Kungsträdgården has a lively flair. Södermalm offers beautiful views over the city, shopping is best in Stureplan. Every Stockholm district has its own distinctive atmosphere.
Plenty of museums and cosmopolitan flair make the city an exciting mix that you best discover by yourself. You will certainly not be disappointed and definitely not visit the city for the last time.