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!
April 29 –Gröna Lund opens for the season!New this year is a 95 meter high attraction, where you at 90 degrees falling free towards the ground. “Ikaros” will be the second of its kind in the world and is unique in design and layout. From early May to late September there will also be over […]
The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.The word in the Centre with Henry Bronett, the evening will be about beautiful words, great music, nice people and good food in the restaurant Matmekka at the the Museum […]
The show “Hey! Pop music, kicks on clothes “- a monologue with Magnus Uggla comes to the Skandia stage at Circus at 8pm.The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.Nomination of candidates for the Nordic Council Literature […]