Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Stockholm area.
The Swedish law of Allemansrätt, dating back to the country’s origins, essentially has designated all rural areas,
including those privately owned, accessible to hikers and bikers. Even camping out, with permission of the landowner,
is common as long as one behaves respectfully of the grounds and leaves them just as they were found. Stockholm residents
are conditioned to water related activities integrated with normal urban living, as their town is comprised of fourteen
islands lying between Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea. Much of the medieval to 17th century architecture of downtown Stockholm
is still in use, preserved almost as it was hundreds of years ago. The best time to visit Stockholm is in the in between months
of spring and fall, when the sun sets only for a few hours late in the evening, when the tourist industry is operating, most of
the tourists either have not yet arrived or have just left, and the residents and tour guides have time to give you a more
customized experience. The island of Skeppsholmen on the east side of the original city is a trip back in time with its
cobblestone alley ways and historic sites, and is only a short walk from the contemporary skyscrapers in the new downtown area,
providing a living portrait of centuries of history in a few glances.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Stockholm area by selecting one of the options 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.|
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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