Green Stockholm welcomes you

Green Stockholm welcomes you

Henrik Trygg/imagebank.visitstockholm.com

Henrik Trygg/imagebank.visitstockholm.com

Welcome to Green Stockholm

The contrast between the creative trend-seeking city and the lushly beautiful, relaxing archipelago makes Stockholm unique for a visit.

Stockholm is absolutely one of the greenest cities in Europe, and you will find a well-developed public transport system, which means room for a lot of parks, pedestrian zones, and bicycle.

Biking in Stockholm

Biking in Stockholm is the easiest way for visitors to get around town is to rent a bike. There are bike paths and bike lanes all over and you can easily get around between the islands and out on Djurgården, an area of outstanding natural beauty.


Paddle in the city

Why not get a duck’s eye view of Stockholm! Take on a summer trip and rent a kayak or canoe and paddle your way from island to island. See the Town Hall, Gamla Stan (Old Town) and many other attractions – because, in Stockholm, there is water everywhere!


Golf in Stockholm

In Stockholm, you also have the options to combine interest with nature. Take 18 holes in a beautiful Golf course and enjoy the amazing nature at the same time. Check out for the tourist information for good offers.


Swimming in the city

In Stockholm, they a very proud of their clean nature.The waterways of Stockholm are not only beautiful to look at, they are so clean and clear you can take a dip right in the middle of town. There are not a lot of cities in the world that can make that claim! There are several lovely beaches to bask on and cliffs to jump from around the city like Långholmens Bad or Oxhålsbadet.


Sightseeing Archipelago in Stockholm

Go on sightseeing in Stockholm´s incredible archipelago. You can find just the boat trip which fit your wishes and special in the summer all kind of excursions to the islands are possible.

 

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Explore Green Stockholm

The Stockholm Archipelago

The Stockholm Archipelago

Don`t forget to take a break at the Stockholm Archipelago, one of the highlights of Stockholm.

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Djurgården Island

Djurgården Island

The island of Djurgården has always been a very popular area for the residents of Stockholm and visitors from all over the world.

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Lake Mälaren

Lake Mälaren

Lake Mälaren is located just west of Stockholm, which lies at the lake’s junction with Salt Bay, an arm of the Baltic Sea.

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The Royal National City Park

The Royal National City Park

The Royal National City Park is a more than six miles Long Park, stretching around and through the city.

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Tyresta National Park

Tyresta National Park

Visit one of the largest untouched sections of forest in Sweden outside of the alpine world.

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The Royal Park

The Royal Park

Royal Park (Kungsträdgården) is one of the most famous places in the city centre of Stockholm.

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Amazing Swedish Nature & Wildlife

Archipelagos

Archipelagos

Sweden is surrounded by beautiful archipelagos.

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The Midnight Sun

The Midnight Sun

The Midnight Sun is visible around 24 hours a day above the Arctic Circle in Northern Sweden,

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Northern Lights

Northern Lights

A Northern Light experience is on the top of many travellers wishlist.

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Maritime Sweden

Maritime Sweden

Throughout Sweden, you can explore gorgeous unspoilt coastlines sprinkled with archipelagoes, beautiful islands, clean beaches and cosy fishing villages.

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Kebnekaise

Kebnekaise

Sweden's highest mountain Kebnekaise is located nearby Kiruna in northern Sweden.

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The Stockholm Archipelago

Don`t forget to take a break at the Stockholm Archipelago, one of the highlights of Stockholm.
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Djurgården Island

The island of Djurgården has always been a very popular area for the residents of Stockholm and visitors from all over the world.
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Lake Mälaren

Lake Mälaren is located just west of Stockholm, which lies at the lake’s junction with Salt Bay, an arm of the Baltic Sea.
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The Royal National City Park

The Royal National City Park is a more than six miles Long Park, stretching around and through the city.
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Tyresta National Park

Visit one of the largest untouched sections of forest in Sweden outside of the alpine world.
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The Royal Park

Royal Park (Kungsträdgården) is one of the most famous places in the city centre of Stockholm.
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Drottningholm Palace Park

Take a day trip to Drottningholm to experience The Palace Park.
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Brunnsviken

This area is very popular regarding picnics, swimming and recreation.
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The Skansen Open-air Museum

Skansen in Stockholm is the oldest open-air museum in the world.
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