Djurgarden, covered in greenery
At Djurgården, you can experience the tranquility of beautiful, royal surroundings, combined with lively activities. Indulge yourself with local delicacies offered by the cafés and restaurants, breathe in the fresh air by the water and learn something new from one of the island’s museums.
A green oasis framed by canals and beautiful houses
Royal historic sourroundings
The beautiful natural surroundings are rich in history and a part of the Royal National City Park. Stroll along Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel’s love trail, see Karl XI’s hunting lodge, or sit back on the Blockhusudden boulder with a picnic basket. Let the joggers, dog walkers, romantic couples and bon vivants pass you by. During summer the bay are crowded with sailing boats.
Be inspired by the past - visit our museums
Beautiful nature is not all there is to it; it’s also a paradise for those with enquiring minds. Be fascinated by the story of the royal Vasa ship at the Vasa Museum, take in the artwork at Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde museum, or sing along at the ABBA The Museum.
Activities for all
You can spin around on the rides at Grona Lund amusement park, loose yourself in the fairytale world of Junibacken, or visit the outdoor museum of Skansen and get to know the Swedish animal life. Outside Scandic Hasselbacken you can sit down under the Bellman oak, where it´s said that Bellman wrote his Fredman’s Epistle Number 25. There are also plenty of lovely restaurants where you can delight your taste buds with traditional Swedish cuisine at Wärdhuset Ulla Winbladh restaurant, or have a lunch in the café at Rosendals Trädgård gardens. Take a sightseeing tour around the island and through the canal by boat.