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Sergels Torg 3, Stockholm, Sweden
+46 76 069 38 52
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“small island” (4 reviews)
“prison museum” (2 reviews)
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Sergels Torg 3, Stockholm, Sweden
+46 76 069 38 52
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Reviewed 19 October 2017

great place to visit and usually not to crowded. well worth a stop to visit this old prison when in town.

Thank michael c
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Very very pleasant to walk all around the island taking in the boats on the water and sitting every now and then to do as the locals do and read in the sun. Great place for a picnic and a couple of small sandy beaches...More

Thank shmooj
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Langholmen is a beautiful small island with a good view of the old town and the city hall. You can explore the island by foot or by bike or you can rent a canoe on Langholmen. It is a good place for a picnic in...More

Thank Guido1008
Reviewed 26 June 2017

This small island is in between Sodermalm and Marieberg via a bridge. It used to be a prision destination from 1880 to 1975. There are many attractions, from cafes, trails and of course, the building with the prision barracks. That has all been transformed into...More

Thank mabrondani
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Connectin Sodermalm and Langholmen island is a bridge. On this bridge you can see fantastic views of the city and of the canals/river. It is also a popular running location.

Thank Sandy D
Reviewed 5 March 2017

Långholmen is a small island near the busy center of Stockholm which used to host the city's prision from 1880 to 1975. The main attraction of the Island is the building containing the prision barracks, which has been turned very cleverly into an eco friendly...More

Thank Gravitania
Reviewed 11 February 2017

Långholmen is a fantastic little island in the midst of Stockholm - here you can swim, have a picnic, or just take a walk among the trees and flowers. Or you can visit Långholmen's prison museum, which is really interesting.

Thank SunnyGirlie
Reviewed 23 September 2016

.....there are few better spots in the busy city of Stockholm which are more tranquil and pleasing to the senses than the Long Island!

1  Thank PatrR
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Langholmen is a very lush island just next to Södermalm. If you are looking for a spot to swim in lake Mälaren, Langholsem is the place to be!

Thank dustygianni
Reviewed 22 August 2016

We passed over the bridge then through the tightly packed, uninspiring dirt parking lot for camper vans. We continued on past part of the former walled area then finally reaching some of the sun bathing area and hiking/biking trails. The island was rather quiet during...More

1  Thank FormerCaliBoy
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest
neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street,
Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the
Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with
its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget
Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm
postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most
traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
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