To get started, we'll make our way to a favorite panoramic viewpoint, Fjällgatan, located on the largest of Stockholm’s 14 islands.
Next, we'll go across the Västerbron bridge, all the way out to Kungsholmen Island. Enjoy another gorgeous view, this time an incredible skyline with magnificent sights and a massive lake!
We'll also visit City Hall, known locally as Stadshuset and renowned for its architecture, murals, and as the site of the Nobel Prize Banquet. Completed in 1923, the main features are the two courtyards and the numerous splendid halls, the most famous of these being the Blue Hall, where the Nobel festivities unfold each year, and the Golden Hall, renowned for its mosaics.
The tour continues through the commercial parts of the city before you arrive in the famous Old Town, where the history of Stockholm began almost 800 years ago. We'll pass by the Royal Palace, the official residence of his Majesty Carl XVI Gustaf.
Continuing on, we'll enjoy a short walk on the cobblestone streets of Old Town, followed by free time and the possibility to see the changing of the guards or enjoy a lunch break in one of the quaint restaurants at the main square, Stortorget.
After visiting the Old Town, you'll jump onboard a public ferry to the Vasa Museum. Finally, we'll visit the Vasa Museum, where your guide will point out the most intriguing details before you have time to browse the museum on your own.
Departures: 09:00 AM, 10:00 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - We'll be walking on cobblestone streets for a portion of this tour, so please wear comfortable walking shoes.
- Entrance fees are included in the price of this tour.
- Food, beverages, and any other extra(s) are not included.