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Stockholm, Sweden Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 178
Total Sleeping Rooms 23,130
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 558
Committable Meeting Rooms* 50
Convention Center Space 760 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 57,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 720 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate SEK 2,046
Average Daily Meal Cost SEK 1,247
Average Weekly Car Rental SEK 1,653
*Maximum for a single hotel

Stockholm, Sweden Things to Do and Attractions

The Vasa Museum

Inside the most visited museum in Scandinavia stands the majestic warship Vasa the only remaining intact vessel in the world from the 17th century. Visitors to the museum get to learn about the ship's fascinating history. Originally commissioned by

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Stockholm Palace

The Royal Palace, also known as Stockholm Palace, is one of the largest palaces in Europe and serves as the official residence of the King of Sweden. The palace, which is open to the public, has over 600 rooms and around five museums. The Palace was

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ABBA: The Museum

ABBA museum is an interactive museum that exhibits the costumes, gold records, original items, and memorabilia of the members of the Swedish pop-group ABBA. Located in Djurgårdsvägen, the museum allows visitors to try out ABBA's legendary

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Bio Rio

This compact, art-house, single-screen cinema theater located in Hornstull showcases films and cultural programs from all over the world, for all interests and ages. The theater premieres movies, screens children's films, and hosts live operas, film

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Oscarsteatern (The Oscar Theatre in English) is considered the best-known musical theatre in Sweden. This private theatre, located at Kungsgatan 63 in central Stockholm, has been putting up successful musical productions and operettas since the

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Ugglan Boule & Bar

Ugglan is a recreation center and bar where adults come not only for drinks, but also for the variety of games and activities they offer. The games include pinball, foosball, dart, shuffle board, air hockey, board games, and arcade games. Ugglan also

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Mathias Dahlgren

Located in Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, Mathias Dahlgren comprises of a modern bistro named Matbaren, a restaurant named Rutabaga, and a bakery called Green Rabbit. At Matbaren, guests can enjoy medium-sized dishes, accompanied with wines by the

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Rolfs Kök

At Rolfs Kök, guests are served high-quality food without flourish and are well taken care of. Rolfs Kök's open-kitchen plan makes one feel part of the creative process that goes into making the dishes. Their menu highlights the season's

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Restaurang Farang

Restaurant Farang specializes in making the delicate cuisines of Southeast Asia, especially Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The specialty restaurant at Tulegatan 7 offers a share food service and a relaxing environment. Along with the

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Storybook adventures come to life at Junibacken, Stockholm's premier children's museum. Situated on the island of Djurgrden in the heart of the city, Junibacken offers children a chance to step into the world of fiction. Guests can play in Pippi

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Monteliusvägen is a 500-meter long walking path that is lined with charming houses on one side and a magnificent view of Lake Mälaren, City Hall, and Riddarholmen on the other. The path is a beautiful place to take a stroll during sunrise and

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Grona Lund Amusement Park

Opened as a fairground in 1882, this classic park features dozens of attractions and is visited by 10,000 people a day during peak season. Here, kids and adults alike can enjoy the thrill of an 80-meter drop on the "Power Tower", or encounter spirits

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Close to central Stockholm, the green island of Djurgården has been royal land since the fifteenth century and is a popular attraction in the city. The island has fine areas to stroll, such as around the Djurgårdsbrunn canal and

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Every year more than 1.3 million people visit Skansen, an open-air museum known for its impressive collection of attractions and panoramic city views. Among the grounds, guests can find a zoo, which specializes in Scandinavian fauna, a park and

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Stockholm's most charming square, Stortorget forms the heart of Gamla Stan, the city's Old Town. The square is a popular tourist spot, and is bordered by inviting cafés and beautiful patrician houses. The most ornate is the facade of the red

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