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The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
We took the ferry from Gamla Stan to Djurgarden Island and from there it is a 10 minute walk to the Vasa Museum (note that they are open late on Wednesdays); they do not have discounts for Seniors. The ship is in excellent condition and research is going on all the time to make sure the VASA conservation project is...
Quite simply one of, if not the best museum we've ever been to.
The museum (which is entirely open air) falls into three broad categories - a Nordic animal zoo which includes brown bears, wolves, elk and other native animals; a living historical town with a running bakery and shops, and a series of collections of exhibits of Scandinavian houses...
This is an expensive experience (1200 krona for two people) but a must for ABBA fans. To get the most out of the museum you really need the audio guide in order to hear the group talk about their own individual musical development and that of the group. On display are original costumes, awards, recordings and stacks of video clips....
I have been and the Slip several times and the food is fantastic and for this quality fairly priced. I have however had mixed experience with the service. They are mostly pretty nice but lack on quality as they frequently forget things or bring wrong stuff
I would anyways recommend it, especially in this area since there is nothing else...
Stopped by following a colleague’s recommendation.
Nice place with adequate styling (better homes and garden Nordic style) we had a friendly waiter taking care of us.
Nice Köttbüllar an interesting älg-dish and baked strömming, gave us an impression of swedish kitchen.
Also the desserts were delicious.
Definitely worth a visit.
"Great place for a hot drink and cake after a day at the Vasa Museum"
reviewed 4 days ago by Jameso744
We stopped by on our way back to our hotel after spending the day at the Vasa Museum. Great place to stop for drinks, snacks or something more substantial. Good selection to choose from and all good quality.
We enjoyed our stay here for one night. Beautiful location and close to city. Very nice room with a terrace. We missed a night light in the bathroom. Good breakfast without surprises. A bit expensive for value.
Big rooms with huge windows and a narrow balcony. Good WiFi and a big flatscreen tv. The tram passes just a few steps away and you can also take the ferry to city. You’re close to Gröna Lund and Skansen and in the same house as ABBA museum. Djurgården is green and calm and so beautiful in the summer.
I start with saying that I really like this hotel.
The location is on Djurgården. It is very close to the amusement park (Gröna Lund) as well as the big open-air museum (Skansen). Well within walking distance are Rosendals castle and gardens, the Vasa museum, several great restaurants and the whole of Djurgården with the nature and walking paths. The...