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Djurgården is an island in the east of the city (technically a part of Östermalm). It can be reached by ferry or by tramline 7 "Waldemarsudde". You can take the tram from Östermalmstorg, at Nybroplan, where you can also see the Dramateatern building. Djurgården has some quiet areas as well as a lot of musea.

If you're lucky you get the old tram towards Djurgården.

Rosendals trädgård 🥪☕

This is a place in a greenhouse where you can have lunch or fika and sit outside in summer. They serve food mostly from their own harvest and bakery. It's great.

Café Ekorpet ☕🥪🍻

They only have outside seating (I think), so it's more of a summer place. It is in a nice green area.

The terrace.

Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde 🏞️

This is a museum which I've never entered but the gardens are nice and it is a scenic lookout point. It's a calm area that is really relaxing.


Some people like it, some don't. Personally, I think the Vasamuseet is very impressive. The Vasa is a ship that sank right on it's first voyage.