The official home of the King of Sweden is open to the public! For a small fee, you can take a tour around one of the biggest palaces that Europe has to offer. With a massive 5 museums here, and more than 600 rooms, be sure that you leave the entire day free for this visit, as it can be safely assumed you won't want to leave any earlier than you have to.
Constructed in the eighteenth century on the exact spot where the Tre Kronor castle burned to the ground in 1697, the magnificent palace was built in the Italian Baroque style, a trend much fitting for the time period.
A visit to the treasury is included on the tour, as is a trip to the glorious reception rooms whose eighteenth and nineteenth interior designs are very becoming. View Queen Kristina's silver throne in the Halls of State, or go for a walk down to the Amory, where the royal suits of armour and costumes are ready for your inspection.