By Brandy Simpson

Known as the "Venice of the North", a trip to Stockholm is a surefire way to roll culture, cuisine, and fun all into one exhilarating vacation.  The most populous city in all of Scandinavia, Stockholm is a gorgeous and clean city that captures the true essence of Swedish culture.  With a perfect blend of modernity and old world charm, you will absolutely fall in love with Stockholm!

First, let help you book your flight to Stockholm.  When flying into Stockholm, you'll have a great number of airports to choose from.  Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) and Stockholm-Bromma Airport (BMA) serve both international and domestic flights.  From Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, you can take the Arlanda Express airport rail link directly into the heart of the city.  Stockholm-Skavsta Airport (NYO) and Stockhom-Vasteras Airport (VST) serve only international flights.  By visiting at (, you'll be able to take advantage of great deals on flights to Stockholm.

Additionally, can help you book your room in Stockholm.  Visit at the following link to browse a fabulous selection of Stockholm's premier hotels, hostels, and inns: (

Start your vacation off right by visiting Stockholm's two UNESCO World Heritage sites.  The first site, the Royal Palace Drottningholm, is the Swedish royal family's current private residence.  Located on the island of Lovon, this palace was built over 400 years ago during the 16th century.  This magnificent palace includes features such as the palace church, the palace theatre, and a beautiful array of gardens.  The second UNESCO World Heritage site in Stockholm is the Skogskyrkogarden, an important cemetery for Sweden with notable interments. 

A visit to Stockholm would not be complete without a trip to Gamla Stan, the oldest part of the city.  You can visit a number of palaces and mansions in this historic section, including the Bonde Palace and the Tessin Palace.  You can also drop by the oldest building in Stockholm: the Riddarholmskyrkan.  This building was completed in the late 13th century and is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs. 

With over 100 museums within the city limits, there is a museum to pique everyone's interest in Stockholm.  For art buffs, a must-see is the Nationalmuseum.  This museum is home to over 16,000 paintings and exhibits the work of Alexander Roslin, Rembrandt, and Antoine Watteau.  To learn more about the culture of Sweden, recommends a visit to the Nordic Museum.  For those traveling with children, the Skansen Museum is perfect.  This open air museum is also home to a zoo that features native Scandinavian animals.

For a day of fun and excitement, suggests going to Grona Lund.  This amusement park has a number of restaurants and over 30 rides.  Be sure to ride the Jetline rollercoaster that was designed by the world-renowned designer Anton Schwarzkopf.  This amusement park also doubles as a concert venue.

When planning your trip, would like you to keep in mind that Stockholm is home to a number of fantastic festivals throughout the year.  The Stockholm Jazz Festival takes place in July and is one that is not to be missed.  Music lovers will enjoy the Where the Action Is Tour that takes place every June.

Don't miss out on everything Stockholm has to offer!  Visit to start booking your trip today.


  • 1. Royal Palace
  • 2. Globe Arena
  • 3. Kakn's Tower
  • 4. Engelbrekt Church
  • 5. Drottningholm Palace
  • 6. House of Lords
  • 7. Municipal Public Library
  • 8. Rosendal Palace
  • 9. Riddarholmen
  • 10. Tullgarn Palace


  • 1. Streetstar Festival - January
  • 2. Nordic Shoe and Bag Fair - February
  • 3. Walpurgis Night - April
  • 4. Popcorn Film Festival - May
  • 5. Tjejtrampet - May
  • 6. Stockholm Marathon - May
  • 7. Festival of the Orient - June
  • 8. Stockholm Jazz Festival - July
  • 9. Festival of Culture - August
  • 10. Stockholm Yoga Festival - September


Hilton Stockholm Slussen Hotel
Guldgrand 8 Box 15270, Stockholm, 10465, Sweden
By Melanie Wilcox

Visitors to Stockholm, Sweden's capital city spread over 14 islands, will find that the Hilton Stockholm Slussen is a luxurious and modern hotel with a central location ideal for exploring the city. Check-in time is at 3pm, and the hotel offers baggage storage for guests arriving early. Many of Stockholm's most popular attractions, including the Royal Castle, Globen Concert Hall and Djurgarden Park can be easily accessed from the hotel, while a number of restaurants and museums are within walking distance.

The standard Hilton guest room boasts 172 square feet of space with a queen bed, desk and chair; the upgraded deluxe room offers a King bed or two twins, and some come with a view of the city. Several suites are available and come with a separate seating area, complimentary breakfast buffet and bathrobes; a handful of these suites feature a sea view. All rooms come equipped with a mini bar and 32" LCD HD flat screen TV as well as complimentary Wi-Fi access. Room service is also available.

The Hilton Stockholm Slussen Hotel is equipped with two restaurants and a late night bar. Guests can start their day with a hearty breakfast while enjoying the floor-to-ceiling window views of Old Town at Panorama restaurant; after a day of sightseeing, Eken Matsal offers up exciting Swedish and international cuisine with a view of the water. The hotel offers its guests on-site bike rentals to take a scenic ride through Stockholm, and after a long day of biking or sightseeing, guests can unwind in the hotel's sauna.

Sweden's capital offers visitors a diverse array of attractions, from the charming cobblestone streets of historic Old Town to the natural outdoor beauty of Djurgarden Park. At the Hilton Stockholm Slussen Hotel, visitors will find luxurious accommodations paired with a convenient location to get the most out of their trip; let help you book your stay at the Hilton Stockholm Slussen today (


Sheraton Stockholm Hotel
Tegelbacken 6, Box 195, Stockholm, 10123, Sweden
By Sarah Hay

Exploring the many sights and sounds of Stockholm has never been easier, or more relaxing, with the Sheraton Stockholm Hotel, just waiting for you, in the heart of the city. Local attractions, shopping areas, Old Town, Lake Malaren views, and the home of the Nobel Prize ceremony, City Hall, are all just steps away from the Sheraton. Nearby, visitors to the region can visit the Skansen open-air museum, wander through the cobblestone-lined streets, and savor the international flair of this historic city.

The entire hotel is nonsmoking, and many rooms provide views of City Hall, Lake Malaren, and the Old Town. If you choose a Sheraton Club Room on the seventh floor of the hotel, you’ll find updated amenities, such as complimentary fitness center and Sheraton Club Lounge access. This lounge provides private check-in and-out services, complimentary breakfast, hors d’oeuvres, and evening beverages. The lounge also helps keep you in the know with their copier, fax and printing services, along with two free Internet stations.

The 465 guest rooms all feature warm and inviting Scandinavian design concepts, and Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds. Standard amenities include round-the-clock room service, flat screen televisions, and broadband Internet and wireless high speed access, for a slight fee. Bathroom phones, private terraces, and connecting rooms add that extra level of luxury that makes the Sheraton stand out above the rest.

If you’re in Stockholm on business, the 15 conference rooms at the hotel can accommodate up to 600 guests, and the multilingual staff and 24-hour front desk are dedicated to making your trip as welcoming and relaxing as possible. If you’re looking to ease your mind and body, there is a spa facility, jogging path, sauna and golf course waiting for you, all just steps from the hotel. The Sheraton Stockholm hotel is your first, and best, choice when visiting Stockholm, and can assist you in selecting the lowest price for your trip, just click here: (