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Hagaparken

Sweden is endowed with exceptional natural beauty, including pristine lakes, verdant woods, sprawling gardens, and vibrant community parks. Hagaparken is one such park located to the north of Sweden’s bustling capital city of Stockholm. This historic park and world-famous destination, also referred to as Haga Park, remains a favourite haunt of Swedish royalty, just as it was for King Gustav III who established the park between the years of 1780 and 1797. Hagaparken is arguably Sweden’s most exciting historical park, given its rich past and variety of featured on-site attractions, including but not limited to the Echo Temple, Butterfly House, Chinese Pavilion, and Royal Burial Ground. ... Read more »

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  • Explore the Stockholm Haga Palace, the early 19th century royal summerhouse built for the children of King Gustaf IV, the birthplace of the country’s current King.
  • Visit Haga Park’s three Copper Tents, which were built between 1787 and 1790 during the reign of King Gustaf III, now home to a café, museum, and inimitable restaurant.
  • Admire King Gustaf III’s Pavilion at Hagaparken Stockholm, where this famous historical figure departed for the masked ball at Royal Opera House before being murdered by Count Anckarström on March 16th, 1872.

Getting There

Hagaparken is located approximately 4 kilometres from the city centre and is easily accessible from most parts of Stockholm. The most convenient transit options for accessing this destination include buses, subway (underground) trains, and local (above-ground) trains. Board any subway train running to Odenplan Station, or a local train to Solna Station, where buses connect to the park’s north entrance. Alternatively, take a subway train to St. Eriksplan Station, then hoof to ‘Norrtull, which is located close to the south entrance of Haga Park.

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First Hotel Norrtull
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4.5
out of 52 Reviews
St Eriksgatan 119 Stockholm SE-113 43

Whether you are on a business or leisure trip, the First Hotel Norrtull with its friendly hospitality, modern convenie... More hotel details

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Vanadis Hotel Stockholm
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3.3
out of 52 Reviews
142 Sveavagen Stockholm SE-113 46

Vanadis Hotel Stockholm is a centrally-located Stockholm hotel that offers affordable accommodations near first-class ... More hotel details

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel Stockholm
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3.9
out of 52 Reviews
12 Vanadisvagen Vasastan Stockholm SE-113 46

BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel Stockholm is always a good choice if you are travelling on business or pleasure and the a... More hotel details

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