The Katarina Elevator (Katarinahissen), built in 1935, takes visitors up 38 meters from Slussen to the top of Mosebacke hill, ... More
The Katarina Elevator (Katarinahissen), built in 1935, takes visitors up 38 meters from Slussen to the top of Mosebacke hill, where they can enjoy a magnificent view of the city, from the viewing platform or from within the in-house restaurant Gondolen. The Old Town is right below and the water appears to stretch out as far as the eye can see.
Sweden House has a tourist office located on the corner of Kungsträdgården, just opposite the NK department store. They will
arrange guided tours, sell tickets to most events and book hotels. Upstairs is the bookshop, with guidebooks, maps and ...
Starting at Norrtull, just north of Odenplan, Brunnsviken Bay stretches north to Frescati. This is a true oasis right in
the middle of the city environment, with absolutely no sign of any traffic on the nearby motorway. It is ...
Kungliga Biblioteket, the royal library, was constructed in the sixteenth century. Since 1661, a copy of everything that has been
printed in Sweden has ended up in its archives. Initially, the collection was stored in the attic of the ...