Stockholm to Sigtuna is ideally a full day tour. Sigtuna is an old town located at a distance of about 50 kilometers northwest of Stockholm. Sigtuna Sweden having a history dating back more than one thousand years is populated by about 7000 people. This old town with narrow lanes and 19th century wooden buildings reflects the charm of the by-gone days.
Apart from the Sigtuna town itself, tourists can visit the many attractions of this place. The Archaeological Museum, Steninge Palace Cultural Center, and Storgatan Sigtuna Museum are the primary tourist attractions of Sigtuna. Art galleries, souvenir stores, glass works and candle shops are added attractions of this town. An eighteenth century Town Hall decorated
with baroque furniture, portraits, and crystal chandeliers is a favorite among tourists.
Fo Guang Shan, a Taiwanese Buddhist temple is located in Marsta near Sigtuna, Sweden. This temple built by Buddha's Light International Association is maintained by the Chinese community staying in Sweden. The temple adorned with Buddha idols celebrates Chinese New Year with pomp and gaiety.
Tourists visiting this old town can relax and refresh in the restaurants and cafeterias dotting the streets.
Travelers from Stockholm to Sigtuna can travel by regular bus and train services. Sigtuna is a must see for all visitors to Stockholm.