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 2023 6th International Conference on 
 Informatization in Education, Management and Business
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Stockholm, Sweden
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December 30-31, 2023
 
 
 
 
   
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The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Stockholm Attractions


Known as the "Venice of the North" for its many waterways and lakes, Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden, lies on a number of islands and peninsulas at the outflow of Lake Mälar into the Baltic. This vibrant, modern city offers an astounding number of historic attractions, from architectural splendors like the Royal Palace to entire nei***orhoods like Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town district. If you want even more history, you can visit world-class museums like the Skansen Open-Air Museum or the Stockholm Medieval Museum, and if you're here for Vikings, the Vasa Museum should be at the top of your list of things to do. Stockholm is also home to excellent art galleries and other world-class museums, but if you want to spend more time outdoors, it offers both expansive parks and seemingly endless waterways and islands to explore. The UNESCO-listed Drottningholm Palace is just a ferry ride away, and the central location makes day trips from Stockholm easy. 


Stockholm is one very cool European travel destination. Beautiful and vibrant, the Swedish capital offers loads to do, especially if you visit in the late spring, summer, or early fall. Read on to discover the best things to do in Stockholm, Sweden! Built on an archipelago of 14 islands at the point where Lake Mälaren flows into the sea, Stockholm is the largest city in Scandinavia. With gorgeous architecture, great water views, lively nei***orhoods, and world-class restaurants, Stockholm is a joy to explore, whether you are in search of superb sightseeing, delicious cuisine, or exciting activities. We've visited Stockholm several times. Our very first visit left us completely smitten, and we've grown to love it even more on every return trip. Stockholm is a beautiful city that offers tourists and travelers with great attraction sites. Although there are many things to do for a tourist in Stockholm but some are must see attractions and cannot be missed on a visit to Stockholm. These must visit places include Royal Palace, Vasa Museum and the Boar sightseeing Tours in Stockholm. The capital city of Sweden, many are often amazed by the various sites of attractions in the city. Below are the major attractions sites in Stockholm that a tourist should put in to do list that are worth a tour.

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A visit here could be a day out in itself. Located by the water's edge on the periphery of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Royal Palace (Sveriges Kungahus) is the official residence of the King of Sweden. Interestingly, the Queen's residence lies elsewhere. It's on the beautiful island and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Drottningholm (Queen's Island)
Fotografiska is Stockholm's museum of contemporary photography and hosts an eclectic mix of exhibitions throughout the year. The complex encompasses a café, restaurant, store, and gallery, and from the top floor, you can enjoy one of the most enviable views over the city.
Nestled at the water's edge and topped by three golden crowns, the City Hall (Stockholms stadshus, or Stadshuset) is one of Stockholm's most iconic buildings and stars in countless images and postcards of the city. Dating from 1923, the hall opened on that most Swedish of dates: Midsummer's Eve.
The incredible Vasa battleship, the main attraction at Stockholm's brilliant Vasa Museum (Vasamuseet), was intended to be the pride of the Swedish Imperial fleet. Yet, in a forerunner of the Titanic disaster centuries later, this majestic 64-gun vessel sank on its maiden voyage in 1628.
Dating from the 1200s and crammed with must-see sights, attractions, cafés, authentic restaurants, and boutique shops, the area of Gamla Stan (Old Town) is a living, breathing museum in its own right. It's often a first stop for tourists in Stockholm and is among the most popular places to visit in Sweden.
Stockholm's impressive National Museum of Fine Arts, the Nationalmuseum, is a great place to get your art fix. Sweden's national gallery, it was established in 1792 as the Royal Museum and was renamed the Nationalmuseum after moving to its present location in 1866. It was fully renovated and modernized in 2018.
A visit here could be a day out in itself. Located by the water's edge on the periphery of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Royal Palace (Sveriges Kungahus) is the official residence of the King of Sweden. Interestingly, the Queen's residence lies elsewhere. It's on the beautiful island and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Drottningholm (Queen's Island)
Fotografiska is Stockholm's museum of contemporary photography and hosts an eclectic mix of exhibitions throughout the year. The complex encompasses a café, restaurant, store, and gallery, and from the top floor, you can enjoy one of the most enviable views over the city.
Nestled at the water's edge and topped by three golden crowns, the City Hall (Stockholms stadshus, or Stadshuset) is one of Stockholm's most iconic buildings and stars in countless images and postcards of the city. Dating from 1923, the hall opened on that most Swedish of dates: Midsummer's Eve.
The incredible Vasa battleship, the main attraction at Stockholm's brilliant Vasa Museum (Vasamuseet), was intended to be the pride of the Swedish Imperial fleet. Yet, in a forerunner of the Titanic disaster centuries later, this majestic 64-gun vessel sank on its maiden voyage in 1628.
Dating from the 1200s and crammed with must-see sights, attractions, cafés, authentic restaurants, and boutique shops, the area of Gamla Stan (Old Town) is a living, breathing museum in its own right. It's often a first stop for tourists in Stockholm and is among the most popular places to visit in Sweden.
Stockholm's impressive National Museum of Fine Arts, the Nationalmuseum, is a great place to get your art fix. Sweden's national gallery, it was established in 1792 as the Royal Museum and was renamed the Nationalmuseum after moving to its present location in 1866. It was fully renovated and modernized in 2018.
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