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12 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in Stockholm
Gothenburg Landmarks and Monuments: Gothenburg, Vastergotland, Sweden
We may earn a commission from affiliate links. 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. World-class museums, theaters, galleries, and gorgeous parklands await, and traveling around couldn't be easier. The excellent underground railway system, the Tunnelbana T-bana , takes you almost anywhere in the city. A highly efficient and regular bus network fills in any gaps between destinations. Alternatively, take the time to walk instead, as Stockholm is a terrific city to absorb on foot. The city also has an efficient network of bicycle lanes.
Famous Places in Sweden
The Archbishop's Palace is a castle and palace in the city of Trondheim, located just south of the Nidaros Cathedral. For hundreds of years, the castle was the seat, residence and administrative center of the Archbishop of Nidaros. The castle is one of the largest medieval stone structures in Scandinavia and the oldest walls are likely from the 13th century. The Archbishops of Nidaros expanded the castle gradually, with great halls and residential areas being built over time. After the abolishment of Roman Catholicism, the castle became royal property where the local lensherre resided.
Due to Covid, there are currently restrictions on travels to and from Sweden. From 6 February, a negative Covid test certificate will be required for foreign citizens coming to Sweden. For more details and updated information, please visit krisinformation. Go to visitsweden.