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UNESCO World Heritage listed Drottningholm Palace is the perfect day trip from Stockholm. Find out in this post more about the amazing history of Drottningholm Palace, how to plan your visit to the Palace and how to get there…
The private residence of the Swedish Royal Family, Drottningholm Palace, was built in the 1600s and is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. The Swedish Monarchy says that it is the “most well-preserved royal castle built in the 1600s in Sweden and at the same time is representative of all European architecture for the period.”
There are no surprises that Stockholm is ranked pretty highly as one of the cool European cities to explore. Yaya means, there are so many incredible experiences and best things to do in Stockholm for a weekend.
As part of Dan Miller’s trip to Stockholm Sweden with his 8 year old son, they took a morning to visit Drottningholm Palace. Drottningholm Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and since he track those (of course!), it seemed like a perfect thing to do with their time in Stockholm.
The current Drottningholm Palace was built over a 16th-century castle that burned down in 1661. Fire, history, and royals? It’s the perfect formula for a haunting.
The country’s longest serving monarchy tells a documentary that “you don’t always feel completely alone” at Drottningholm Palace.
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