Besides being one of the most progressive cities in the world, Stockholm is full of things to explore, whether it is the first or fifth time you visit.
The highlight of the LGBT year is Stockholm Pride, which takes place a week in July. It features a series of events and parties, all leading up to the big parade. Join the celebrations! Everyone is welcome, no matter who you are!
Stockholm is a city on water, and a boat tour is just as essential as it is during a trip to Venice. During the Pride festival there are special gay sightseeing tours, specially made for the festival.
Millesgården is a spectacular park built to showcase the artist Carl Milles’ most famous sculptures. Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and lush greenery.
The Vasa Museum
The magnificent Vasa Museum houses a perfectly-preserved warship which sank in Stockholm harbor on its maiden voyage in 1628. A visit to the museum is a must when visiting Stockholm.
The Woodland Cemetery (Skogskyrkogården)
The Woodland Cemetery is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list and it is also where Greta Garbo is buried. The cemetery can be found a short ride away from centralStockholm, set within gorgeous surroundings of pine forest and grassy slopes.
You’ll never forget the first time you take an adventurous ride through the Stockholm archipelago at mind-blowing speed with a Rigid Inflatable Boat. Boats come in different sizes, safety equipment is provided and the route is planned according to conditions and wishes.
ABBA the Museum
Did you know that there is a whole museum in Stockholm dedicated to Swedish supergroup ABBA? Channel your inner popstar and become the 5th member of ABBA!
Fotografiska is more than a museum. It is an international meeting place for everything related to photography, including lectures, artist talks and, of course, exhibitions.