With a history going back to the 15th century, the King’s Garden (Kungstradgarden) has long been the city’s most popular meeting place and recreational centre. Both visitors and Stockholmers gather here for summer concerts and festivals, or just to enjoy a stroll under the lime trees. Around the park is a wealth of shops, including the upmarket department store Nordiska Kompaniet, boutiques, churches, museums and restaurants. A short walk takes you to Gustav Adolfs Torg, flanked by the Royal Opera House and other stately buildings, including the Swedish Foreign Office.
The Swedish Foreign Office is based in this palace, built for Gustav Ill’s sister Sofia Albertina in 1794 o
The king’s kitchen garden was sited here in the 15th century. Today it is one of the most popular recreation centres in the city, both in summer and winter Q
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