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Kungstradgarden Park, Stockholm

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Spend some quality time outdoors at Kungstradgarden Park, once a royal kitchen garden and now one of Stockholm's favorite hang-out spots. It's a regular venue for various fairs, events, and open-air performances. Some of the park's most notable features are the two squares with statues of kings Charles XII and Charles XIII. The park's fountains include the Molin's Fountain depicting motifs from Norse mythology and the Fountain of Wolodarski surrounded by Japanese cherry trees. There is also a selection of cafes and restaurants where you can grab a drink or a snack. The park is well connected with the rest of the city by public transportation and many of Stockholm's important landmarks are nearby. Plan to visit Kungstradgarden Park during your Stockholm vacation using our convenient Stockholm vacation planner.
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  • Came here last May and saw it transform with numerous activities in honor of the Futbol Game! Great spot with family fun things to do!  more »
  • Its a must visit during summer times. Full of flowers and pleasant to walk along . There are many spots to take Good Pictures  more »
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  • Good central park. There are often live events here all year around. When I visited the Japanese cherry trees were in full bloom. At the northern end of the park are 2 double long rows of flowering cherry trees. The city of Stockholm has planted thousands all over the city. The largest group of these trees can be found here. During the day when the cherries are in bloom this part of the park is very crowded. The trees form two avenues on either side of a pond. The edge of the park here is lined with small cafés​ serving a variety of food. All the eateries offer blankets for outside sitting and most have a small number of seats inside too. The rest of the park flows down at the southern end to the Baltic Sea bordered by the Opera House on one side and offices on the other. At the weekend the rest of the park also gets busy. The park is about 8 minutes walk from the central station and is also served by a metro line too.
  • Beautiful park in the center of the city. Looks out to the water, has lots of events in the summer (food fair) and winter (ice skating). Lovely little water fountain in the middle, short but popular stretch of cherry blossom trees, and nice little restaurant/bar/food vendors around.
  • Definitely the very city park in Stockholm; 'Kungsan' is pretty small, with several cafés and eateries. The blooming cherry trees in mid April - early May are mighty popular and it's definitely crowded during that period. Wintertime there is a small skating rink in the park and different kinds of events and concerts the year round. Otherwise I rarely stay there for long, mostly just walk through. There will probably be an Apple store in the park (now Fridays restaurant) some time in the future.
  • Probably the most known park in Stockholm. Lots of restaurants, bars and cafes but still it lacks that special atmosphere. Lots of events both during winter and summer
  • A nice strole from the city to the royal castle, a visit to one of the events in the park. Kungsträdgården offers many different flavours, it is the most beautifull place in Stockholm during spring when all the cherry trees blossom at the same time