Stockholm

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Hostels in Stockholm

Stockholm is Sweden's capital and a central metropolis in the Nordic region. Stockholm never sleeps. There is always something to do, no matter how old or young you are. Skansen (the open-air museum and zoo) attracts all ages with singing, animals and old houses from different centuries. The Royal Palace and Drottningholm Palace can be visited whatever the weather or season. With a huge variety of museums, parks and restaurants you can round off your stay with a shopping spree. In Stockholm there are hostels in all districts. Choose whether you want to stay closer to nature or more centrally in the heart of the city.

Where is the most popular place to stay in Stockholm?

Stockholm is sometimes called Little Venice, for a good reason. The city is made up of 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. No matter where you are in Stockholm, you can almost always see water. One of the oldest and best preserved neighbourhoods is Stockholm's Old Town (Gamla stan). Here you will find beautiful and well-preserved old houses. Adjacent to the old town is the Royal Palace. The old town is full of hostels to meet the huge demand for staying among these charming and mysterious streets. You are also close to the main attractions, such as the Gröna Lund amusement park and the beauty of the Royal Game Park (Kungliga Djurgården). Along with Vasa Museum, these classic places are easily accessible by ferry along the city's quays, directly from the old town.