Djurgården is not very large – but is has plenty of space for activities. You can visit museums, attractions, cafés or restaurants. Take a look at Carl XI’s hunting lodge, wander along Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel’s path, Kärleksstigen, or sit under the oak tree where it is reputed that Swedish bard Bellman wrote his famous song “Epistle 25″. It’s easy to explore on foot, or why not hire a bicycle or canoe from the Visit Djurgården Visitor Centre. The map shows most of the tourist attractions, simply click your way around and find something that suits you. This is where your journey begins – enjoy it!
Samir & Viktor comes to Gröna Lunds small stage at 8pm.Guidad tour of the exhibition ”Japan takes place”, meet collectors, architects and craftsmen who all have been inspired by Japan, starts at 3pm at the museum of Ethnography.The Park Theatre comes to Galärparken (under the oak) with the tragicomic play “Aunt Flower” , starts at […]
The Park Theatre comes to Galärparken (under the oak) with the tragicomic play “Aunt Flower” , starts at 6pm.På patrull” a dramatised guided tour for the whole family, starts at 2pm at the Police Museum (all days this week).The flowering Waldemarsudde – a guided tour in the garden with introduction to the palace, starts at […]