3) Rosendal Palace
Rosendal Palace is a Swedish palace pavilion located on Djurgården, an island in central Stockholm. It was built between 1823 and 1827 for King Karl XIV Johan.
Rosendal Palace was largely designed by ‘Fredrik Blom’. The Queen’s Pavilion at Rosendal Palace and Guard’s Cottage remained entirely the work of Fredrik August Lidströmer. During the summer months, the palace is open to visitors for guided tours. The garden of the Rosendal Palace gives the feeling of heaven. Rosendal Palace is one of the most attractive and elegant places in the world. This royal residence is an outstanding example of the Swedish empire style. Prince Carl Philip and his wife Princess Sofia lived at Rosendal Palace from 2015-2017 while their permanent home, Villa Solbacken, was being renovated.
- You can easily be reached from Djurgårdsbron bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden.