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- Return Schedule Air Travel with British Airways or SAS Scandinavian Airlines(Economy Class) to Stockholm: departing from London/Heathrow/Manchester Birmingham or Edinburgh (Flight times are completely flexible to your requirement, subject to carrier availability. The airfare has been based on the lowest booking class and may vary. The final prie will be confirmed to you at the time of booking) or alternatively Opera/Hotel accommodation only.
- Two or three nights accommodation with extension if required, staying in select first class or small pensione hotel, sharing twin room with private facilities.
- Best category opera ticket for one performance.
- Opera Synopsis and Travel information including restaurants.
The Stockholm Opera House began as a tennis court! Opened in 1782 by Gustavus III, it was the scene of his assassination by the nobleman Ankarstrom, who disagreed with his reforms because they favoured the poorer classes. The King’s son threatened to tear down the building, but relented, putting it to use as a hospital during the war against Finland. Opera in Stockholm saw a revival in the nineteenth century with the debut of Jenny Lind, the Swedish Nightingale in 1835.
Lying some ten miles from the centre of Stockholm, Drottningholm is an enchanting setting for this Scandinavian festival each summer. The opera performances in the Court Theatre, built in 1776 by King Gustav III, appear to be little changed since the 18th century when Drottningholm was built as the Swedish Versailles; the Royal Palace is set in beautiful grounds beside the Malaren Lake and there is time to wander in this peaceful atmosphere as well as to visit Sweden's thriving capital, Stockholm.
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|Hotel Victory||****||First Class|
|Historic with corridors like museums full of nautical antiquities and a unique collection of figureheads this family-owned hotel derived its name from the flagship HMS Victory, situated in the old town of Stockholm. The rooms are spacious with antique portraits comfortable furnishings and modern facilities. The award winning Leijontornet restaurant is a adjacent to the hotel.|
|Lady Hamilton Hotel||****||First Class|
|Situated in the old town, this listed building dating back to 1470 which was once three separate houses and converted into a hotel in 1975, the hotel has an outstanding collection of grandfather clocks dating back to between 1700 - 1850's. The rooms are very traditionally furnished with every comfort and the bathrooms are modern with shower or baths and hair dryer.|
|Lord Nelson Hotel||***||Pensione|
|Situated in the main shopping street of Stockholm Old Town, comfortable accommodation in authentic marine setting, from the days of Admiral Nelson. The rooms are well furnished in a typically Swedish style with modern facilities.|