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We have prepared an article for you described one of our Segway rent Stockholm tours! Check it out and take part next time – believe us, you won’t regret it!
The Island of the Knights
Our starting place and the first attraction site was so called “the Knights’ Islet” – the island Riddarholmen. Such remarkable places like the old Parliament and the National Archive as well as many other were visited by our team. Before leaving the Knights’ island we made a short stop in Western Riddarholmen to make pictures of the great views.
The Royal Residence
The Stockholm Palace is beautiful in both day and night. The experienced tourists say that it makes no difference which time you come there, it’s always perfect. This point of interest is a must-see one for any Segway rent Stockholm traveler who is sincerely fascinated with Sweden.
The Royal Opera
The Royal Opera building has a long history starting in 1872. The building of the Opera is considered to be another piece of the best the architecture of Sweden. It is a popular thing that the Swedish architecture is different from the European. It means that a visit to the Royal Opera will help you expand your cultural knowledge.
Swedish architecture is splendid even when we are talking about military buildings. Think we are wrong? Then join our Segway Stockholm tour and check who is right! Skeppsholmen is a magnificent place great not only from afar but to stroll around as well. That all is great and we agree with it, but that it is more interesting to get inside and have a walk around the museums of Skeppsholmen like, let’s say, the Museum of Modern Art.
The Royal Game Park
Are you curious more about the way the Royal family goofed around? Enjoy the Royal Game Park and see what the Swedish Royal family liked to do! Nowadays the park includes both historical buildings like museums and galleries as well as a fantastic theme park called Grona Lund. There is also a great open-air museum in Djurgarden – it is called Skansen!
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