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Kaknas Television Tower, Stockholm
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Standing 155 m (509 ft) tall, Kaknas Television Tower offers panoramic views of the city, the islands, the sea, and the forests. The tower is the hub for all television, radio, and satellite transmission in the capital city. Finished in 1967 and consisting of 72 pillars, it features both indoor and outdoor observation decks accessible via elevator. If you'd like to capture the views, find the keys available on the viewing platform to unlock the photography windows, so you can take pictures without the obstruction of the steel fence. Visit the cafe at the top for traditional Swedish cuisine. Pack a light jacket to ward off the wind. See Kaknas Television Tower and all Stockholm has to offer by arranging your trip with our Stockholm travel itinerary planner.
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  • A cannon great day in the Tower there and stomach Kaknes head switched places in a blistering hi. View of large parts of the area around the Tower made the trip on a sunny day perfect.
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  • If you want to see Stockholm from above there are plenty of better and cheaper places to go as for example Fjällgatan on the Southern island - Söder. Or go to Skansen where you have a good view from B...  more »
  • Had booked far in advance and looking forward to the visit very much, has previously been at lunch and brunch and have been very satisfied. It starts with that we imposed a fee for wardrobe, there was no information that it was mandatory when we booked. We came up to glöggminglet and it was very nice. We came down the restaurant and were standing a long time before we got help. We were placed at a Remove next to 4 PCs on an edge. It was crowded and every time someone would go out I got a buttocks, elbow or stomach in the back. I was asked to move me anymore but it was not because my leg got into table legs. Very unpleasant and enjoyable stay. Since we had to wait long to get drinks, found julmust was a bit too pricey given what Christmas dinner already cost. It was generally messy and it was hard to talk. I went and got food and there was long queue, after a while, we were informed that there were cold on two sides and that we stood and queued for longer than necessary. It had run past many of the staff and no one could mention it; a plus was that there was plenty to choose from. Most of the Christmas dinner was good and well prepared, lacked regular liver pate. The best was surdegsbrödet, sillen and the smoked salmon. skagenröran was pretty tasteless and it's the one I tend to like best. Efterrättsbordet was well filled, most of it tasted though, so there. No I was overjoyed. Missing any service .... not once we were asked if we wanted more drinks or if it tasted good. The only contact I had with our Dinnerware was then she elbowed me in the neck when she took the plates from a different table. We even had trouble getting paid. There was no drinking this time around and we thought strong on the way home if we are ever going to come back.
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