Top Attractions

When you are interested to take a wonderful walking tour to see one of the top attractions in Stockholm, Djurgarden (Game Park) which you can easily reach by riding old-fashioned veteran-style trams built in the 1920-50 from wherever you are in the city is going to be a perfect location. The park which is a sort of cultural center and lushly wooded is an island right in the middle of Stockholm. This tourist spot is usually flocked in by visitors for its beautiful green spaces, many sights, events, and tourist attractions. The island is not just a home to locals for centuries but has now more than 10 million visitors each year.
When what pleases you is riding a boat then you can be off to Bjorko Island for the Birka archaeological site and museum that shows lots of Viking history.  You can then visit Ansgar Chapel and the Hemlanden Viking site before going back to Stockholm through a ferry.  Also, if you want family fun riding a Viking Ship in Scandinavian tradition there is the Tivoli “Grona Lund” Amusement Park.
When looking  for an attraction that offers great entertainment like nightlife, music, and bars then don’t miss to party at Club Kharma . It is the most visited and most famous nightclub located in Sturegatan 10, Stockholm and find a mixed of crowd with luxurious and international vibe plus an exotic allure of the Orient combined with the calm of Scandinavian cool.  You can also visit the Laroy Nightclub located in Jarlsgatan 20. The venue vibrates with the glamour and glitz of celebrities and the rich, and food which consists of a blend of Swedish and French crossover cooking.  If you want to listen to soul or a combination of Latino jungle drums and dance to DJs from around the world alongside people in designer clothes and hippie-style jeans, there is the Raw Fusion Club in Mosebacke Torg 3.  Another great venue is the Golden Hits Bar located in Kungsgatan 2 for anyone who loves live music in  a groovy venue and a mood set around with wooden furnishings, stained-glass back drop, diffused lighting, and musical instruments hanging down from the ceiling, ABBA posters and the gramophone record.
There are other top attractions you can go to like the Royal Guard in Stockholm where watching free the 40-minute event of the changing of the 30,000 royal guards is an amazing experience, the Vasa Museum to find the highly-decorated warship Vasa now the world’s only preserved 17th century ship and chosen to be one of the Seven Wonders of Sweden.  Moreover, since Stockholm is considered the “shopping capital of the North” you can shop for artwork and design shoppers, Ikea, great furniture and accessories, at the famous stores of Svenskt Tenn and Asplund in Stockholm’s inner city.