Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
Home to museums, galleries, monuments, and plenty of green space, Djurgarden is an island with lots of green space that's beloved by both tourists and locals. Though the parkland has been under royal ownership since the 15th century, it is open to the public. Spend time outside walking, biking, canoeing, or picnicking in the lush forest or meadows. You'll find cafes and restaurants on the grounds, as well as well-known museums, art galleries, and historical buildings, like Carl XI's hunting lodge. The area is also home to the amusement park Gröna Lund and the open-air museum Skansen. More than ten million people visit annually. Plan to visit Djurgarden and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Stockholm attractions using our Stockholm trip itinerary planner.
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Visita obligada para pasear por el precioso jardín y además ahí esta el Museo Vasa y otros menos imprescindiblesRe-fuel for strolling through the beautiful garden and in addition there is the Vasa Museum and other less essentialshow original
The park is well kept, many museums surround it. Food places as well. I took the Metro and walked 15 minutes to it. On the way past several museums as well. It is relaxing place.
Красивый остров, где множество музеев, дети и взрослые найдут тут развлечения. Просто погулять по парку и подышать воздухом. Мы обошли этот остров ещё и на катере с аудиогидом. В самом дальнем краю ос... read more »A beautiful island, where many museums, children and adults will find entertainment here. Just walk around the Park and breathe the air. We walked around the island and on a boat with an audioguide. At the far edge of the island a sanctuary for birds and animals.show original
Great place for an afternoon stroll with your family and loved ones
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