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Kungsholmen is one of central Stockholm’s main districts and contains a number of the city’s most famous landmarks such as the Stockholm City Hall (Stadshuset) as well as many picturesque green areas with great walking environments such as Rålambshovsparken.
On Kungsholmen there is also an extensive selection of affordable restaurants, cafés and bars. Kungsholmen also encompasses the popular areas and walks of Norrmälarstrand and Hornsbergsstrand.

Norrmälarstrand is a half-island mainly located in the district of Kungsholmen, with a beautiful path along the lake of Mälaren. A walk alongside Norrmälarstrand can be started from the Central station, all the way to the appealing borough of Lilla Essingen. One of Norrmälarstrand’s most popular areas is Rålamshovsparken, a large park in Stockholm surrounded by great restaurants and cafés and by the park you can also enjoy a swim, boules, sketing track as well as an outdoor theater during the summertime.


Hornsbergsstrand is a rather newly built borough within Kungsholmen, giving visitors that feeling of almost being on a more exotic place, such as the piers in the more southern parts of Europe. Alongside Hornsbergsstrand there is a wide range of different choices for restaurant and cafés looking out on Mälaren surrounding the neighborhood. Not far from Hornsbergsstrand is Fredhällsklipporna, where there are great opportunities for a picnic and a swim from the cliffs.


Stockholm City Hall, Stadshuset, is one of Stockholm’s most historic and famous sights, located alongside Norrmälarstrand, just next to the lake of Mälaren.


The blue Hall within Stadshuset has, amongst other cultural events, been the host for The Nobel form since 1930. It´s here that all the Nobel Prize winners gather every year in december to receive their prizes.