14 Jan


Spent a short day (daylight was getting shorter in mid November) at The Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet) in Stockholm after brunch (see Brunchinstockholm).

I thought the ticket to the palace was really worth its price – it also covered entry to Tre Kronor Museum and The Treasury as well as a special exhibition on Princess Estelle, child of Crown Princess Victoria. The good thing is the ticket is valid for 1 week so you can take your time to complete your visit, and not have to rush through the palace in a day which can be quite overwhelming!

It was a lovely day, perfect for a short walk to the palace via the Norrbro bridge. I  approached via the northern facade of the palace, known as Lejonbacken. The Tre Kronor Museum is located at this part of the palace and it was interesting to learn how the palace has changed over the centuries – one built…

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