Discover Stockholm: What To Do and Where To Stay in the “Venice of the North”

by Carolina on August 16, 2012

Stockholm has up to 18 hours of daylight in the summer

Stockholm has up to 18 hours of daylight in the summer.

Being one of the northernmost capitals in Europe gets you a reputation as a cold place, no doubt, but that doesn’t mean Stockholm doesn’t offer myriad outdoor activities and attractions during the summer months — which, BTW, can be fairly warm. From intriguing medieval neighborhoods with narrow cobblestone streets to world-class museums and gorgeous parks, the Swedish capital is a fascinating destination, rain or shine. Pack your bags and hop on the first plane to Stockholm: We’ve got some amazing stuff to see.

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