Stockholm city viewStockholm , Sweden
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There the live broadcast of the capital of Sweden, the beautiful city of Stockholm. Appearing over 700 years ago, Stockholm, shown in a webcam, is located on 14 islands of the Baltic Sea, connected by 57 bridges.
One side of the capital, which is visible in the online camera, is washed by Lake Mälaren, the other by the Baltic Sea.
Gamla Stan (Old Town) and Riddarholmen (Knight’s Island) occupy the center of Stockholm, where the live stream comes from. These are the two largest and best preserved medieval centers (13th century) in Northern Europe.
Must see areas to visit during a trip to Stockholm in this webcam are the bustling City, the cheerful Stureplan and the luxurious Östermalm.
One of the most popular destinations for a great holiday in Stockholm is the central city park, connected by bridges to the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and the Södermalm district, as well as Lake Mälaren. Another place frequently visited by tourists and locals in the city is Longholmen Island.
Excellent beaches await holidaymakers on the island of Djurgården, where you can get bypassing the Strandvägen promenade and the Östermalm district.
Also, there are plant and flower nurseries on the island, as well as a wonderful bird sanctuary on Judarskogen.
In the west of Stockholm, online broadcasting on the Baltic Live Cam website, is located the Kungsholmen district near the Norr Mälarstrand embankment. There is a bike path and a hiking trail leading to the beaches and meadows of the Rolambshovsparken Park.
In the north of the capital, whose panorama is shown in a live camera in front of you, is the Hagaparken Park with a picturesque landscape, lakes and ponds.
The center of the capital of Sweden, excellently demonstrated online, is rich in historical, architectural and cultural attractions.
In the old quarter of the city – Gamla Stan, there is an expressive Royal Palace with the Armory and the Treasury, a large number of beautiful churches, surrounded by picturesque streets with shops, restaurants and cafes. The greatest attention of tourists is attracted by the daily change of the palace guard. Also in this part of Stockholm there are the Nobel Museum and the Knight’s House.
The shores of the Norrmalm region, the islands of Södermalm and Kungsholmen are “occupied” by the old houses of the 18-20 centuries.
One of the islands of Stockholm – Skeppsholmen is rich in museums (Museum of Modern Art, Architectural Museum). On the neighboring island of Blasieholmen is located the National Museum.
To get acquainted with the natural beauty of Stockholm is better on the royal island of Royal Djurgården with Skansen ethnographic open-air museum. Also, here are also located: the famous Vasa Museum with the royal warship and the children’s museum of Junibacken by writer Astrid Lindgren.
In the former palace building there are two art museums – the Thiel Gallery and the Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde with collections of North European paintings and sculptures from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The best panorama of Stockholm, shown in this online camera, opens from the Ericsson Orb observing platform.
In the outskirts the capital, there are also interesting places that are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. This is the Skogskyrkogården cemetery, the Drottningholm Palace – the residence of the Swedish royal family with the park and “North Versailles” palace theatre, as well as the ancient Viking settlement Birka on the island of Björkö.
A curious sculpture park and the Millesgården Museum are located in a picturesque corner on the island of Lidingö. Other parks of the 18th century are Hagaparken, Albano and Frescati.
Despite the fact that Stockholm, which you see in a webcam, is a northern city, due to its geographical position, the climate here is temperate maritime. Winter in the city is quite warm, but windy. The best time to travel in sunny and warm weather is from late May to September.
Weather forecast for 7 days in Stockholm is available on our website online.