DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Stockholm
TRAVEL / Europe / Scandinavia
Mar 20, 2018
5.13 x 8.75 x 0.61 in
DK Eyewitness Travel
Filled with beautiful illustrations, useful maps, and colorful images, this guide will help you find your way effortlessly around Stockholm.
Covering the city center out to Blasieholmen, Skeppsholmen, Gamla Stan, and beyond to Djurgården, this travel guide is packed with itinerary suggestions, restaurant recommendations, and handpicked hotels. Marvel at the city’s naval history at the Vasamuseet, wander the beautiful grounds of Drottningholm, and discover why Stockholm is often referred to as “the Venice of the North.” Complete with a handy pullout map, the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Stockholm is the perfect companion for an in-depth exploration of Sweden’s modern capital.
With hundreds of full-color photographs, hand-drawn illustrations, and custom maps that illuminate every page, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Stockholm truly shows you this city as no one else can.
Series Overview: For more than two decades, DK Eyewitness Travel Guides have helped travelers experience the world through the history, art, architecture, and culture of their destinations. Expert travel writers and researchers provide independent editorial advice, recommendations, and reviews. With guidebooks to hundreds of places around the globe available in print and digital formats, DK Eyewitness Travel Guides show travelers how they can discover more.
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"Known… for its four-color maps, photos and illustrations, the [DK] Eyewitness Guides are extremely user-friendly for travelers who want their information delivered in a concise, visual way." — Chicago Tribune
"The best option… Color photos, maps, and diagrams bring the place to life." — The Philadelphia Inquirer