Garden showcasing biodynamic cultivation of vegetables, fruit, and flowers, with a greenhouse cafe.
“Find the slope (actually a skiing slope in the wintertime, but not exactly an alp..) Hammarbybacken and get up on top, catch your breath and see the beautiful scenery of Sthlm, a breathtaking view! Even more recommended at sunset!” – Peter Bjorn and John
“While you’re loaded you should go to Slussen and take the boat out to Djurgården, maybe just for the boatride and because you really need to see some water while you’re here. It’s the Venice of the north after all! There’s loads to do out at Djurgården too, like eat fancy meals, walk around beautiful green areas, talks to cows or maybe even visit the national park and zoo Skansen, stride alongside the canals or go to museums.” — Peter Bjorn and John
Gröna Lund is an amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden. It is on the seaward side of Djurgården Island. It is relatively small compared to other amusement parks, mainly because of its central location, which limits expansion.