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Not having these types of palaces and castles in the US, it was amazing to see the different rooms, architecture, and decor. The Palace was part of our Stockholm Pass so we took advantage of it and I am glad we did.
Pretty expensive to visit the palace. Entrance tickets brings you to the total apartments, underground rooms and the treasury. Honestly, the things in display here is a lot more underwhelming vis-a-vis the palaces you visit in Paris, Vienna, St Petersburg. If you have visited those...More
The most interesting part of the visit are the royal apartments. You can see where the royal parties take place and where the Nobel dinner is held. The Three Crown museum is informative but boring. The Treasury is just a small room.
Certainly worth a visit if you're touristing in town.
Not that great blast of luxury and lavish refined architecture. It is a royal palace indeed, but not particularly old nor rich, when compared to other European dynasty residences.
One regrets the opportunity of seeing the...More
There was a big banquet scheduled for the evening (sigh, we were not invited) so parts of the palace were closed to visitation. The royal apts were okay but nothing spectacular - Hapsburg palace in Vienna far better. Royal Treasury was interesting and the carriages...More
A highly recommended visit for travellers to Stockholm. Decorated in opulent style, the Royal Palace in Stockholm is one of my personal favourite royal palaces in Europe.
The ticket includes entrance to the Royal Palace, the Tre Kroner Museum and the Royal Treasury. Student discounted...More
Palace of the ruler of the country that hasn't gone to war in centuries. Lots and lots to see, so much that it made my feet hurt. It's not versailles but very impressive.
The changing of the guards happens at 12:15 (atleast) on saturday. There...More
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s historic old town and home to the Swedish Royal Palace. It’s the most central island of Stockholm and accompanied by the small island of Riddarholmen, mainly known for its famous Riddarholm Church. Gamla Stan tends to be a bit touristy at times but is definitely worth visiting: take a stroll past the well-preserved buildings and through the small (and also Sweden’s narrowest)
alleys, which will make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. This neighborhood offers a great combination of historical buildings and traditional Swedish restaurants.
Hi Mobile 888, Gamla Stan is definitely worth your time. Genuine, authentic houses & environment that you cannot see anywhere else. There are lots of nice restaurants there, as well, so you don’t need to look for them... More
Hi Mobile 888, Gamla Stan is definitely worth your time. Genuine, authentic houses & environment that you cannot see anywhere else. There are lots of nice restaurants there, as well, so you don’t need to look for them. Marten Trotsig, on Vasterlanggatan 79 is a very good choice. Vasa Museum is better than Royal Palce. Absolutely unique, besides your kids will love it! Arlanda express train back to the airport take you there in 20 minutes from the Stockholms City Central, taxi is never that polite if there is a traffic jam (rather usual on the highway to the airport). I will be in Stockholm when you are there, if you need some more help or advice, you are welcome to call me. Just let me know your contact details & we can keep in touch. Good luck and have a nice stay in Stockholm. You will enjoy it :-))
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I do recommend you to buy your ticket at the entrance if you then really feel for to visit inside, it is not cheap. (16 euro / adult) and if you already bought the tickets you feel a pressure to entrance and your pleasure... More
I do recommend you to buy your ticket at the entrance if you then really feel for to visit inside, it is not cheap. (16 euro / adult) and if you already bought the tickets you feel a pressure to entrance and your pleasure will be redused because of feelings o a forced visit. Why buy in advance ??? 2 euros ? BAD idea,