Much of its beauty, Stockholm city can thank its beautiful buildings for. And if you are interested in buildings and architecture, the capital of Sweden has a lot to offer. A walk in the city is in many places like a journey through time back to the last century when you se all the magnificent houses with turrets, spiers and other amazing details.

In addition, many of them has well preserved and classy interiors that would definitely qualify in a smaller castle. These cultural treasures are also mixed up with newer buildings with more modern architecture.

To guide you to these building masterpieces, we’ve put together a guide to Stockholm’s most beautiful buildings, neighborhood for neighborhood.

Gamla stan

  • Börshuset
  • Kungliga slottet
  • Oxenstiernska palatset
  • Riddarhuset
  • Tessinska palatset


  • Dosthoffska huset
  • Gamla sjömanshemmet
  • Långholmens fängelse
  • Münchenbryggeriet
  • Stadsmuseet


  • Enkelhuset
  • Observatoriet
  • Stadsbiblioteket


  • Filmstaden
  • Hötorgshallen
  • Kungstornen
  • Landbyska verket
  • Nationalmuseum
  • Kungliga operan
  • Oscarsteatern
  • Stadsteatern
  • Tändstickspalatset


  • Glasbruket
  • Piperska muren
  • Serafens portik
  • Stadshuset


  • Dramaten
  • Grand hotell
  • Hotell Diplomat
  • Stockholms Stadion
  • Östermalms saluhall


  • Cirkus
  • Hasselbacken
  • Nordiska museet
  • Villa Godthem
  • Villa Parkudden