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    Walk down Drottninggatan towards the old town, walk up to the royal castle and then through the beautiful narrow streets down to Skeppsbron. There you take the short ferry trip to Djurgården. Take left after you step of the ferry and walk along the water to Djurgårdsbron passing tha Wasa museum (which you shouldn't miss to visit, but then it will take longer than 2 hours). Take left on Strandvägen back to the city center. A nice walk that would take aprox 2 hours. over 9 years ago

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    I agree with Pelle - that would be a nice 2 hours. As an alternative, walking around Gamla Stan, where the royal castle is, and visiting the various cafes and shops is also nice. In Gamla Stan you can also take a guided tour by horse and carriage. Personally I am very sceptic to anything guided (like to explore on my own), but the horse and carriage trip was quite nice. All this said - two hours in a nice city like Stockholm is way too short... :-) Have a nice trip. over 9 years ago

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    I can't remember exactly where it is, but it is fairly central, I would make an effort to get to the Vasa Museum. In my 2 month tour of Europe, the Vasa was one of the highlights for me! over 9 years ago

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