Capital is an interesting combination of various architectural styles, green areas, large boulevards lined with trees, children's playground, shops and restaurants.
You can visit City Hall, built in 1923 on Lake Malaen, one of the most interesting examples of modern architecture. This takes place every year Nobel Prize ceremony, which triggers a true long before the betting exchange and forecasts.
But the better you understand the charm of the Swedish capital with a walk in Gamla Stan (Old Town), where medieval cobblestone streets tell true stories of the past. Here is the Royal Palace, which dates from the eighteenth century is an example of Baroque
architecture. Do not miss visiting the interior, or only to apartments with baroque and rococo decorations.
Most of the houses, still inhabited and very tidy, dating from the XV - XVI. Here there are the Stock Exchange building - where today hosted Nobel Museum - Stortorget Square, the Parliament, Cathedral and especially the Nobel Academy.
Do not forget the famous Vasa Museum, where the Vasa ship combat, once considered the pride of the Swedish fleet. The museum is built around this vessel seventeenth century, carefully restored, which sank in Stockholm harbor in 1628.