The capital of Sweden is, of course, the largest and most beautiful city in the country. Stockholm is located partly on the mainland by Lake Mälaren and partly on the 14 islets in the Saltsjön bay. Communication between the islands is provided by over 50 bridges and well-developed public transport. The picturesque location on the skkierowe coast and the ubiquitous canals are in themselves a tourist attraction, thanks to which the city gained the nickname "Venice of the North".
The Scandinavian metropolis delights not only with its unusual terrain, but also with its wonderful architecture, a huge amount of greenery and fresh air, while being at the same time an important political, scientific and cultural center.
Stockholm is a great getaway for people on a larger budget and curious to see what Scandinavian prosperity actually looks like. Admiring the main monuments in the Old Town is free, but be prepared to spend a lot of money on accommodation, transport and meals, or with museum tickets. A visit to Stockholm will impress people interested in fashion. The old town and the city center are reminiscent of the world's largest catwalks - the inhabitants of the Swedish capital really attach great importance to clothing.