Djurgårdslinjen (the Djurgården Line 7N)

Djurgårdslinjen (the Djurgården Line 7N) is a really nice trip and very popular with tourists. It was originally intended to be a living museum piece but has now been taken into full service and modernised to help with the ever growing requirements of the Stockholm Local Traffic Services (SL - Stockholms Lokaltrafik).

Although there is a new fleet of modern trams, the older trams come out during the summer and are a real treat. They have a café onboard and you can go back and forth as much as you like while enjoying your coffee and bun, or FIKA as it is known in Sweden.

Djurgådren Line facts

  • First came into service 2nd June 1991 as Line 7
  • Has become a permanent part of the Stockholm Local Traffic System
  • Now called 7N because it departs near Norrmalmstorg, outside Gallerian.
  • You can rent a classic tram for a kick-off, wedding etc...
  • Line 7N between Norrmalmstorg and Skansen Outdoor Museum.
  • Goes past Strandvägen to many important tourist destinations.

S7

  • T-Centralen/Centralstation
  • Kungsträdgården
  • Nybroplan
  • Styrmansgatan
  • Djurgårdsbron
  • Nordiska museet/Vasa
  • Gröna Lund
  • Skansen
  • Djurgårdsskolan
  • Bellmansro
  • Waldemarsudde

Reasons to stay on

  • On board café with Swedish Fika
  • Beautiful views
  • Sense of Swedish History
  • Pleasant staff

Reasons to get off

  • Nordic Museum
  • Vasa Museum
  • Aquaria Water Museum
  • Astrid Lindgren's World
  • Abba Museum
  • Gröna Lund
  • Skansen
  • Cirkus
  • ... and more.



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