Stockholm capital of Sweden, lies on a number of islands and peninsulas at the outflow of Lake Mälar into the Baltic, which here forms a deep inlet. The charm of its setting lies in the intermingling of land and water - the skerries fringing the coast, the crags rearing up from the sea, the intricate pattern of waterways encompassing the city. The Swedish capital has no less then three distinct UNESCO World Heritage sites: Birka, Drottningholm, and the Woodland Cemetery. In addition, world-class museums, theaters, galleries, and the Nobel Institute await. Getting around couldn't be easier. The excellent underground railway system, the Tunnel Bana (T-bana), will take visitors almost anywhere in the city. Globe Arena in Stockholm is currently the largest hemispherical building in the world. The city’s subway is also known as the world’s longest art gallery, with the majority of its stations being adorned with paintings, sculptures and mosaics. Stockholm city is full of fun and energy, if you are in city you would love to see Stockholm Cathedral, the Nobel Museum, the Royal Palace, Stockholm Zoo, Gamla Stan, Drottningholm (Queen's island), Museum of Antiquities, Vasa Museum, Djurgården, Skansen Open Air Museum, Fotografiska Museet, The city hall, National city park, Ericsson Globe, The list of things to do in Stockholm could be made endless and there are more than a hundred attractions to choose from.
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Restaurant Prices in Stockholm are 23.83% higher than in Sydney
Groceries prices in Stockholm are 2.55% higher than in Melbourne
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