Royal Djurgården / National City Park

App and audioguide

Discover south of Djurgården and Haga Park with an app and audioguide – an interesting and accessible guides to the parks.

Royal Walks on Djurgården and Ulriksdal

The Royal Walks app guides you along a scenic stroll through Djurgården, from Djurgården Bridge and along the waterfront to the Royal summer palace, Rosendal.

The app presents three routes on different themes and also allows you to create your own walks to suit your interests, with the categories Garden and nature, Buildings and constructions, Royal, Places and events and Sculptures.

In the app there is also a guide to Ulriksdal Palace Park on different themes.

'Royal Walks' can be downloaded free from the App Storeexternal link, opens in new window and Google Playexternal link, opens in new window. The app offers complete walks following a theme or category. Texts are in Swedish and English and are illustrated with historical and more recent images.

Haga Park audioguide

The audioguide to Haga Park is available for free via your smart phone.

The audioguide comprises 14 guide points, each with a talking time of approximately three minutes. Each speaking point is listened to separately, so you do not need to follow a special trail. The guide is available in Swedish and English.

Download the map with speaking pointsexternal link, opens in new window PDF format 477 kb

Discover the culture and historical places at the south of Djurgården, Ulriksdal Palace Park and Haga Park. Photo: Julius Bohlin/

In the app for Royal Djurgården you can choose between three routs or create your own walk with five different categories. Photo: Julius Bohlin

Discover the historical park buildings at Haga Park with the webbapp.

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Discover south of Djurgården and Haga Park with an app and audioguide – an interesting and accessible guides to the parks.

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