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Trip Report Some tips for Stockholm tour.

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Just back from out trip to Stockholm and decided to share our fresh experince.

1. Be prepared, MC Donalds and cafe here cost more expensive. On our first evening in Stockhom we have chose restaurant designated as mid range and spent some $100 to $125 for dinner (for two). This did NOT include wine or beer.

2. Use Stockholm card, if you want to see many museums and interesting place.We purchased the 120 hour (five day) card for $145.00. The admission costs of all the sites we visited equalled $270.00.

3. Beyond many and many must sees ( Nordic Museum, Historical Museum, Vasa Museum , Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral, Stockholm City Hall and Drottningholm Palace), I would urge you to visit: Stockholm Medeival Museum (free and an incredibly well done museum of explaining life in Medieval times); Nobel Museum; the Army Museum (poignant and introspective look at the causes of war); and the National Museum (an excellent collection of classics.

4. While there are literally hundreds of hotels to chose from, we stayed at the ACCO Hostel (www.accohostel.com) and found it to be truly exceptional. Location on Sodermalm is perfect. We walked in the evening in the Tantolunden Park.A lot of cafes,shops are there.Metro station 10 min walking . Metro station on the 10-minutes walking distance from the hostel. Showers and room were clean, were well equipped, spotless, with very comfortable beds, and not noisy.

5.You don't need a big amount of cash. Almost every where you can use your credit card.

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