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There's no better way to discover each of Stockholm's astounding sights than by car. Find out all you need to know about hiring a vehicle for your stay in Sweden's historic capital.

At DriveNow, we work only with the finest reputations in the car hire business in Stockholm, including Avis, Hertz, Europcar and Sixt. This way, we can ensure that we find the most cost-efficient Stockholm car hire deals, including at its two airports. There are a huge number of pick-up points across the city, so you can pick and choose where you collect your rental car at your convenience.

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What to do in Stockholm

When people lie back and think of Sweden, they probably conjure images of ABBA, beautiful blond women and flat pack furniture that, no matter how closely you follow the instructions, still requires a Master's degree in engineering to put together. Look past the stereotypes, though, and you'll find a country replete with little surprises at every turn, not least in its enchanting capital, Stockholm.

Uniquely laid out over 14 islands scattered across Lake Malaren, not to mention the fact that it's orbited by no less than 24,000 more islands spread out across the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is truly a city unlike any other. An intriguing blend of the traditional and modern awaits the intrepid explorer here - ancient, cobbled paths line the historic streets, in the shadow of buildings right out of a Medieval fairy tale.

Keep exploring, though, and you'll find a raft of futuristic architecture housing art galleries, cutting-edge boutiques, bohemian bars and a vibe that's quite unmistakable. With a wider population of 1.25 million, Stockholm is also home to a fair portion of immigrants, meaning that you can soak in a kaleidoscope of different cultures as you explore the city in your hired car.

One of the hardest things about visiting Stockholm, especially if you're on a short timeframe, is deciding precisely what you'll do when you're there, due to the never-ending carousel of sights and sounds to excite your mind.

The Museum of Modern Art and Architecture is a good place to start. Lit by rustic lanterns, you'll discover a collection by Swedish masters such as Dardel and Hjerten as well as works by internationally-renowned artists such as Matisse and Picasso.

If the day is clear, head to the Langholmen Pontoon for a refreshing swim in the surprisingly warm waters that surround the island. Formerly a prison, there's plenty of history to take in as you laze around on the wooden platform.

Almost a third of Stockholm is made up of parks and gardens, so take advantage of this by heading to one of the best - Rosendals. It was designed according to the brief of King Oscar I more than a century ago and is found on the island of Djurgarden - catch one of the frequent ferries there.