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Seerestaurant Schwybogen - Switzerland


Seerestaurant Schwybogen
Schwybogen 2

Tel:  +41 41 820 12 60

Web:   www.schwybogen.ch


Gasthaus Rutll

Tel;   +41 41 820 12 74

Web;   www.restaurant-ruetllihaus.ch


Schiffstaxi Treib - Brunnen

Tel:  079 445 87 73

Web:   www.speedytaxiboat.ch




Restaurants Seelisburg - Switzerlaland


Restaurant Alpenblick
Dorfstrasse 59


Tel:   + 41 41 820 12 89

Web:   www.alpenblick-seelisberg.ch


Restaurant Pizzeria Bahnhofli
Bahnhosplatz 2

Tel:   +41 41 820 15 80

Web;   www.bahnhoefli-seelisberg.ch

Restaurant Volligen
Volligen 16

Tel:   +41 41 820 15 62

Web:   www.volligen.ch


Wirtshaus zur Trelb
Treib 1

Tel:   +41 41 820 12 61

Web;   www.wirtshauszurtreib.ch









Seelisberg 2 - Switzerland


Hotel Tell
Dorfstrasse 81

Tel:   +41 41 820 12 67

Web:   www.hoteltell.ch

Kulturerflebnishaus < dasideenhaus.ch>
Dorfstrasse 16

Tel:   +41 41 622 13 73

Web:   www.dasideenhaus.ch



Alprestaurant Weid


Tel:   +41 41 630 42 14 / +41 79 752 28 18


Restaurant Traumli
Dorfstrasse 40

Tel;   +41 41 820 14 37








Seelisberg - 1 - Switzerland


Hotel Bellevue  * * *
Dorfstrasse 70


Tel;   +41 41 825 66 66

Web:   www.bellevue-seelisberg.ch


Hotel Lowen * *
Dorfstrasse 73


Tel:   +41 41 820 13 72

Web:   www.seelisberg.com

Hotel Montaba
Dorfstrasse 77

Tel:   +41 41 820 12 68







Bauen - Switzerland

 
Hotel Schiller

Tel:   +41 41 878 11 55

Web  www.hotel-schiller.ch

Gasthaus Zwyssighaus

Tel;   +41 41 878 11 77

Web:   www.zwyssighaus.ch

Restaurant Fischli am See

Tel;   +41 41 878 11 01 10

Web;   www.fischliamsee.ch





Isleten / Isenthal - Switzerland



Hotel Uriretstock

Tel:   +41 41 878 11 52

Web       www.urirotstock.ch

Gasthaus Tourist

Tel:   +41 41 878 11 51

Web   www.gasthaustourist.ch

Berggasthaus Gitschenen

Tel:  +41 41 878 11 58

Web     www.gitschenen.ch



Restaurant Seegarten

Tel:   +41 41 878 11 05

Web:   www.seegartern - isleten.ch











ABBA Museum - Stockholm, Sweden


About the ABBA Museum

ABBA  have sold more than 379 million records and their musical Mamma Mia! has been seen by
more than 50 million people. As a visitor to the museum, this is your chance to experience what it's like to be the fifth member of ABBA.

Enter the stage together with the other members, step into the classic Polar Studio and find out what you look like in their legendary stage costumes. You will be guided by Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Frida, who share their own stories and personal memories in the museum audio guide.

Tickets and Opening Hours

For opening  hours check out abbathemuseum.com

The admission fee is SEK  .... for adults
See our website for prices for children and families.
Children under 7 years are Free of Charge.

We recommend that you buy your ticket in advance.
When buying tickets over the counter a booking fee of SEK ...... will be added.

Book tickets at  abbathemuseum.com

Swedish Music Hall Of Fame

Welcome to Swedish Music Hall of Fame, a musical meeting place where everybody is welcome to be inspired, to learn about the music heritage, to play, to listen and enjoy the music.
From the 1920s via ABBA and Roxette to Swedish House Mafia, Max Martin, The Cardigans and First Aid Kit.  And many, many more.
Your ticket is valid for all exhibitions, ABBA The Museum and the History of Swedish Popular Music.
This is the place to experience unique events, exclusive gigs and interesting exhibitions about Swedish popular music.

Guided Tour

Experience an inspiring tour of ABBA The Museum
We offer guided tours for groups between 10 - 25 persons.

Please contact  SJ Group Reservations department at :  Tel   +46 771 75 75 55

Greetings from "B"

During the work with the exhibition it has struck me again and again how wonderful it is that four people could come together as we did and make music that so many listened to and are still listening to. I hope you'll get a sense of that wonder in the museum although it makes no claim to explain everything. Deep down it's a mystery how these things work.

A Cashless Museum

We don'e handle bills and coins because we believe that cashless is more safe and efficient for our visitors and for our staff.  If you bring cash to the museum it is easy to exchange it into prepaid cards and gift cards at Melody Hotel, situated in the same building as the museum.

Read more at  abbathemuseum.com

The Shop

Our shop is an inspiring place for all music lovers.  Every ABBA fan can look forward to a number
of fun vintage products and brand new collector's items. Regardless if you're looking for a small fridge magnet or your own custom made guitar, this is  the place to go! And we have a lot of other
cool Swedish pop culture stuff too.

We are also online  Visit our shop at abbathemuseum.com

Food and Drinks

In the surroundings close to the museum you will find a large selection of restaurants. Whether you want a quick or an expensive meal, you only have to walk a short distance.

The Melody Restaurant in the building is inspired by a classic, exclusive steak house.

The Melody hotel is a personal boutique hotel with 50 rooms, all suites have paved terraces and top floor offering a stunning view of ABBA's hometown.

How To Get Here


ABBA Museum
Djurgardsvagen 68
Djurgarden
Stockholm

      www.abbathemuseum

City tram:    No 7  Sergelstorg - Waldemarsudde

Bus No 44  Ruddammen - Skansen

Boat:   Djurgarden ferry from Slussen

Taxi:  Taxi Stockholm,,,Tel;   46 8 15 00 00





























Rosendal Palace - Sweden


The buildings and landscaping of Rosendal Palace are a typical example of the major changes that Sweden experienced during Karl XIV Johan's reign from 1818 - 1844

French Marshall Jean Bernadette was elected successor to the Swedish throne in 1810.  He bought the
country estate  of Rosendal in 1817 and the new King Karl XIV Johan, he was the driving force in that getting the majority of the Rosendal buildings erected in the 1820s with a view to showcasing Swedish crafts and industry.

Guided tour of Palace

The guided tour presents the magnificent furnishings, many by Swedish artists and craftsmen, The interiors are an homage to the Parisian Empire style, but in a Swedish version that we now call Karl Johan - a style that features furniture in mahogany, hand-woven rugs, window dressings and silk wallcoverings in bold colours.  The Palace also houses objects from Karl XIV Johan's time, including porphyry vases from the king's own porphyry works in Alvdaslen.

Open:    1 June - 31 August   Tuesday - Sunday in conjunction with guided tours at 12, 13, 14 and 15.

Closed Midsummer Eve,   open Midsummer Day

How to get there:   15 minutes from the City

Besoksadress / Visits    Rosendalsvagen,
                                      Djurgarden

                   Bus 44, 69

Sparvagn / Tram 7

Web:   www.sl.se

Tel:   08 40261 30  (Weekdays  9 - 12)

Web:    www.kungahuset.se/rosendal



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