The Wasahamnen is Stockholm's harbor for guest sailors located on Djurgården in the heart of the Swedish capital.
In the harbor there is a newer service building with bath, toilet and washing facilities. If you wish to use the port's Wi-Fi, the password can be given when paying the port fee. Breakfast can be ordered the day in advance at the port office. There should be calm in the harbor after 10 pm.
Bus no 44 and 47 departs from the harbor and towards the center.
The harbor is close to Skansen , a large open-air museum with an attached zoo where you can experience wildlife from all over Scandinavia. Skansen offers approximately 150 houses and farms from all over Sweden. Most buildings are from the 1700s, 1800s and 1900s, but the oldest ones are from the 1200s.
The ABBA Museum is located within walking distance of the harbor. Here, you take an interactive journey through one of music history's most successful careers. As a visitor, you get to experience the feeling of being the fifth member of ABBA. Sing and dance to your favorite ABBA songs.
The Nordiska Museum offers exhibitions on how people in the Nordic countries live, live and dress from around the 16th century onwards. Here are exhibitions about the Sami people, art, fashion and Swedish / Nordic traditions. The building where the museum is located is an experience in itself - it is built as a modern Renaissance castle inspired by the Danish castle Kronborg in Helsingør.
Between 350-650 Swedish kroner per day during the period 15 May to 15 September. Under 12 meters = 350 kroner. Over 12 meters = DKK 650 per day. From September 16 to May 14 the price is minus 50%. The price includes electricity, water and access to the service building and wi-fi network.