Weather Averages for Stockholm in July
Averages for Stockholm in July
Amid the stunningly picturesque lakes, bays, canals, wetlands and watercourses of Stockholm, it is easy to realise why this city is referred as the Venice of the North. These are the longest and the hottest days of the year. The sun shines for at least eleven hours a day. Temperatures averaging around 18 degrees make Skansen Open Air Museum the perfect place to escape to. As temperatures reach up to 22 degrees during the day, the warmth does not fall below 13 degrees during the night.
From Picasso to Dali, Derkert to Matisse, the Modern Museum houses the works of many international masters and local artists. Located on Skeppsholmen, the museum displays remarkable exhibitions. The permanent collection of the museum consists of early modernist, modernist and minimalist pieces. Additionally, the museum hosts workshops, conferences and film festivals throughout the year. Guided tours, as well as audio guides are available. The museum is open every day except Monday.
Gröna Lund is one of the most exciting amusement parks in the world. The Eclipse, the Jetline and the Insane are only three of the twenty exhilarating rides in Gröna Lund. Standing 80 meters tall, the Fritt Fall Tilt is the world’s highest tilting giant drop. Falling only in 2.5 seconds, the Fritt Fall Tilt, drops down in 110km in an hour. Located on the waterfront, the chicest spot in Gröna Lund, the Kaskad serves various dishes guaranteed to please the entire the family.
Literally situated within walking distance to Bromma Airport, Solvalla and Friends Arena, the Brommavik Hotel is especially pleasing for those who are looking for quiet lodging. Built in the 19th century, the interior of the hotel is decorated in Gustavian style. The Brommavik Restaurant offers both local and international dishes.
Check out the forecast for Stockholm for the next 14 days and get ready for your trip.