Panorama von Stockholm


Urban flair meets unspoilt nature. 

Want to discover Sweden? With its breathtaking Scandinavian nature, cities packed with cultural highlights and local delicacies such as köttbullar and kanelbullar, a visit to Sweden is an unforgettable experience.

From 1 September 2022, you can travel from Hamburg to Stockholm overnight with the EuroNight. There are other highlights to discover along the way, such as the Danish capital of Copenhagen, Sweden’s southern coastal city of Malmö and the history-rich university city of Lund.

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Visit the floating city by rail: Stockholm spans 14 Baltic Sea islands and is home to more than 50 bridges. The "Venice of the North" offers incredible variety with its many distinct districts. The island of Gamla Stan, home to colourful buildings and the famous Royal Palace, is the city’s historical centre. Normmalm is home to trendy shops and restaurants, while Södermalm is a hotbed of creativity and Östermalm offers total relaxation. 

Djurgården is a great place for families, and this cosy quarter of the city is ideal to discover on foot, with a huge variety of attractions including Gröna Lund amusement park, the ABBA Museum and the Skansen open-air museum, which contains Stockholm’s zoo. 

Here, there is harmony between urban culture, nature and history dating back centuries - progress and tradition complement each other perfectly. What’s more, Stockholm is situated in a travel-friendly climate zone free from extreme weather, so a trip to the Swedish capital is always a good idea. The best way to get a good impression of the city is to start with a stroll along Monteliusvägen. Thanks to its location, this charming walking path offers awe-inspiring views of some of the city’s most beautiful attractions. If you work up an appetite on the go, treat yourself to a Smörgås, the typical Swedish open sandwich, or take some time to enjoy fresh fish delicacies. Want to see more sea? Fanning out from the city centre, the Stockholm Archipelago is made up of over 24,000 islands. The picturesque town of Vaxholm can be reached by boat in under an hour - the stuff of dreams!