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The Weather in Stockholm
Above are the weather conditions for Stockholm. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 24° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Make exciting discoveries with a Stockholm vacation rental
Exuding Scandinavian cool, Stockholm is a chic city with countless cultural treats and tranquil excursion destinations. You won't be disappointed when it comes to accommodation either. Whether you want a stylishly furnished city dwelling, or a rustic home on the outskirts of town, you're sure to find your ideal place to unwind after long days spent exploring.
Art and culture in Sweden's capital
Among Stockholm's many great museum, the Vasa Museum is a real treasure. Dedicated to the 17th-century Vasa warship, which was salvaged after 333 years on the sea bed, the museum allows you to get up close to the one-of-a-kind vessel.
Stockholm Palace is another popular attraction, with royal apartments and three museums open to the public. Adjacent to this is Gamla Stan, the colorful and charming medieval old town where you'll find narrow alleyways, cute eateries, and the fascinating Nobel Museum.
Castles and lakes
An hour north of Stockholm lies the magnificent Skokloster Castle, a 17th-century Baroque structure with a great museum. Take a tour to see the collections of silverware, textiles, artworks, and more.
Combine your visit with time by Lake Malaren, which the castle sits on. Sweden's third largest freshwater lake, it is surrounded by Viking relics, charming villages, and is lovely to boat on.
National Day is the key annual event in Sweden's calendar. Held each 6th June, it commemorates the election of King Vasa in 1523 and the adoption of a new constitution in 1809. Today the festival involves lively street parties, traditional Swedish food, and a flag ceremony led by the royal family at Skansen open-air museum.
If visiting in December, be sure to check out one of Stockholm's atmospheric Christmas markets - they're the perfect place to pick up gifts. Lucia Day on the 13th December, is a treasured national event celebrating light in the heart of winter, and featuring beautiful processions and choral recitals.
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