Stockholm is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, is built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges at the mouth of Lake Mälaren. This is an expensive town but it offers a wide selection of world-class museums and attractions for free.
1. See the Changing of the Guard at Kungliga Slottet, The Royal Palace. It takes place at 12:15 PM from Monday to Saturday and at 1:15 PM on Sundays and holidays.
3. Admire the Cathedral of Stockholm, built in 1279, it houses unique objects as the St George and the Dragon sculpture (1489).
4. Visit the Moderna Museet, the Museum of Modern Art of Stockholm where you will find international contemporary art, including pieces by Picasso and Dalí.
5. Enjoy a walking tour for Djurgarden, the amusement park of the city. It is home to historical buildings, monuments, museums, galleries..
6.Practice Ice Skating in Kungstradgarden in winter, from mid-November until March with live music and stands with hot drinks and food.
8. Visit the Arkitekturmuseet, located in a gorgeous building, it shows Swedish and international architecture. It is free on Fridays from 4:oo to 6:oo pm.
9. The Katarina Church, one of the major churches in central Stockholm. The original building was constructed 1656–1695 and it has been rebuilt twice after being destroyed by fires.
Another of the best ways to save when visiting Stockholm, is acquiring the Swedish City Card, with which you get free access to over 75 monuments and attractions ofthe city and public transportation and even ferries.
Accommodation is one of the most important points to consider when we travel on a budget. It’s pretty easy to find cheap hotels in Stockholm, as the city has a large hotel infrastructure for every budget. The Acco Hostel and Interhostel are two good choices as well as the have a fairly low price and the are at the heart of Stockholm.