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The Viking ancestors of the Swedes were gifted ship builders, and succeeded in their conquests by learning the fjords which separated otherwise impenetrable forest lands, enabling cross country traffic and communication. Exploring the fjords on one of the many cruises available is an inseparable part of your visit to Stockholm, as many residents maintain summer homes along the numerous coastal areas and think nothing of boating back and forth to town. Because of near Arctic latitude, Stockholm's visitor season is during summer months, and many institutions and businesses frequented by visitors are closed during the winter. Although each of the fourteen islands comprising Stockholm has its own history and personality, they work together to form a very efficient urban center and national capital. When in town, walking tours are the best way of seeing the various island neighborhoods. The oldest section of town, Gamla Stan, sits on a causeway between two of Stockholm's islands, just north of the city's upscale shopping district, west of the island of Skeppsholmen with its medieval to 17th century architecture and cobblestone alley ways, and a short walk from the contemporary downtown area with its soaring skyscrapers. For a major metropolis, Stockholm is remarkably quiet, environmentally sensitive and maintains its spacious and clean boulevards in top condition. The Greater Stockholm area offers both first class accommodations in the downtown areas and a variety of lodging options in the surrounding communities, from youth hostels to bed and breakfast inns where you can get an authentic impression of Swedish culture and cuisine from the residents.
We have organized our listings of Stockholm's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Stockholm area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels located in the greater Stockholm area. Bromma Airport (BMA) is located 6 miles west of Stockholm.
Hotels located in the heart of Stockholm near City Hall, Central Station and museums.
Hotels located north of the city center including the cities of Taby, Sollentuna, Uppsala and others. Arlanda International Airport (ARN) is located 24 miles NW of Stockholm.
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Area Facts: English fluency is required of all Swedish school students, and most also are fluent in other modern European languages besides Swedish and German. The international area code for Sweden is 46.
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