The island of Djurgården has always been a very popular area for the residents of Stockholm and visitors from all over the world.
Just a few minutes from city centre Stockholm, when you cross the bridge to the Island of Djurgården, the atmosphere starts to change.
Check out the relaxing countryside with shaded walkways along the canals mixed with the soft sound of waves lapping against the shore.
Throughout the island sources of entertainment and various meeting places are close by. Along with the characteristic forest roads at Djurgården, you will find art, history, animal life, dance and entertainment, amusement rides, food and drink, and much more to choose.
The beautiful royal fairy tale residence Rosendal Palace is another of the highlight at the island. The palace was built back in 1820 and many locals as tourists come here mostly during the summer to explore the palace and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.
Every year 5 million visiting Djurgården with top attractions like Skansen, Gröna Lund, Abba Museum and the Vasa Museum. Many visitors also come for walking and just to enjoy the natural surroundings or to have a culinary break. The obvious choice is also to rent a bike and explore the island.