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You must walk to Gamla Stan. The change of the guards was great to see. We went on a Saturday and saw it around 12:30 or so. We walked around on a Sunday morning also and hardly anyone was out. It made for some great...More
The old town of Stockholm is probably the nicest part of the city. It's narrow, winding cobbled streets are fun to wander round and it is packed with little shops and souvenirs. We did the free walking tour of the old town which was fantastic...More
Walking along the narrow streets of Old Town is like visiting a museum ! Every building, every church, every shop resembles a museum exhibit ! They are well-kept to make you feel like you're back in ancient times when that was the whole of Stockholm...More
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s historic old town and home to the Swedish Royal Palace. It’s the most central island of Stockholm and accompanied by the small island of Riddarholmen, mainly known for its famous Riddarholm Church. Gamla Stan tends to be a bit touristy at times but is definitely worth visiting: take a stroll past the well-preserved buildings and through the small (and also Sweden’s narrowest)
alleys, which will make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. This neighborhood offers a great combination of historical buildings and traditional Swedish restaurants.
Response from Madona0035 | Reviewed this property |
For my trip to Stockholm, I didn’t go to Nynäshamm. But I think the ideal way to travel is taking the SL train as it will take you directly to the Stockholm City, which is Central Station (T-Centralen in... More
For my trip to Stockholm, I didn’t go to Nynäshamm. But I think the ideal way to travel is taking the SL train as it will take you directly to the Stockholm City, which is Central Station (T-Centralen in Swedish). From here you don’t even need to take any metro as you can walk to the old town easily. You need a map or just ask people. In case, you prefer to take the metro, it is only one stop away. The old town in Swedish is called Gamla Stan.
For paying the train or metro, you can pay by your credit card. I don’t think it is necessary to have the local currency.
To book the train tickets online, you can google SL train. You may also find other train providers, which may provide the same service. But you had better take these two points into account (1. Compare the ticket prices 2. The train can take you directly from Nynäshamn to Stockholm City in a shortest time)
Hope this helps.
Response from kyriakos169 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Take a taxi fixed fare. Go to center of Stockholm Ahlens/Drottningsgatan and walk from there to the old down. Sightseeing by foot. Lots of restaurangs and shops on the way to see. Suggest you visit the Royal Palace if... More
Hi, Take a taxi fixed fare. Go to center of Stockholm Ahlens/Drottningsgatan and walk from there to the old down. Sightseeing by foot. Lots of restaurangs and shops on the way to see. Suggest you visit the Royal Palace if you have time. When finish take a taxi from central station to the airport. Regards, Kyriacos