The Archipelago
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The Archipelago

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Stockholm, , Sweden
The Archipelago Islands in Stockholm
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Popular with locals, Family-friendly, Off the beaten path

The Stockholm archipelago is made up of thousands of islands. Many are uninhabited, others are bustling all summer long, and some are perfect for a lazy day of bathing, perhaps with lunch at some rustic inn or country konditori. Even the closest islands take a few hours to reach by ferry, so to enjoy the experience you should set a day aside. If you have the time, it would be a shame to visit Stockholm and not explore one of the most beautiful parts of the country.

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