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Are you an active person? Do you want to see more of the city than you could see on foot? Would you like to get off the beaten track and see residential Stockholm? Then meet Stockholm Our Way in front of the City Hall and follow us along some of the 760 km of bike lanes along Stockholm.

During our three hour adventure we’ll drive through the islands of Kungsholmen, Långholmen, Södermalm, as well as along the Old Town, enjoying beautiful sights such as the City Hall, one of the homes and factories of Alfred Nobel, the former city prison and the Royal Palace.

This tour offers fantastic photo stops as well as the opportunity to learn more about Stockholm and its different islands in an environmentally friendly way.

Join in on an exciting walk through the historical parts of Stockholm. The tour begins at Stortorget in the Old Town, where the city was once founded. Here we will walk along narrow alleys and over cobbled streets. We will visit the most famous sights such as the Royal Palace, the narrowest alley in the Old Town and St George and the Dragon. Stories and legends about the city as well as some of the people who used to live here will make the Old Town come alive!

The tour continues to the island of Riddarholmen where we will see the grand Riddarsholmskyrkan (the Riddarholmen Church), the statue of Stockholm’s founder and fantastic palaces from the 1600s. To finish off we well visit Evert Taube’s Terrace which offers a stunning view of Lake Mälaren and the lakeside of the city.

Södermalmstorg

Experience Stockholm by foot - all the main sights plus some secret gems! Stockholm Our Way invites you to take a walk on Stockholm’s wilder side – there is a lot more to Stockholm than just water and bridges! With 750 years of history the city is never short of a story to tell.

SoFo (South of Folkungatan), is a play on the acronym SoHo (South of Hous¬ton Street, in Manhattan), one of the coolest districts in the world according Vogue. Today it is known as the trendiest area in Stockholm. Resembling is to New York’s Brooklyn and London’s Shoreditch, and home to Stockholm’s hipsters, fashion brands, vintage shops and fabulous restaurants and cafés. SoFo is where we will finish.

Starting from the beginning, Södermalm is where we placed people when we ran out of space in the Old Town. It holds a lot of great, but horrific history, beautiful views and as if that weren’t enough, it is also the home of Lisbeth Salander & Mikael Blomqvist, where the now world famous Millennium trilogy all started.

Before we take you to SoFo, we will journey through history, witch trails, executions, the life of the working class, all leading us up to today’s Latte Mums’s & Sourdough Dad’s.

desde 18,39 €

Descubre dos de los sitios más visitados de Estocolmo con este recorrido por los lugares imprescindibles de la capital y ciudad más grande de Suecia.

Destacamos
- Acceso prioritario al Museo Vasa
- Paséate por el casco antiguo
- Coge el ferri y pon rumbo a Djurgården

Empieza el recorrido en el caso histórico de la ciudad y paséate por sus calles históricas. Descubre el cómo y el porqué del Premio Nobel, averigua dónde vive la familia real y explora el callejón más estrecho de Estocolmo.

Sube a bordo del ferri y dirígete a la isla de Djurgården. Contempla Estocolmo desde el agua y entenderás por qué se llama la Venecia del norte. Visita el Museo Vasa y olvídate de las largas colas con nuestro acceso prioritario. Una vez dentro, te aseguramos que te quedarás boquiabierto: delante de tus ojos verás un majestuoso barco que pasó 333 años bajo el agua. Descubre cuál es el secreto de su buena conservación y explora otras exposiciones acompañado de tu guía, siempre listo para responder cualquier pregunta.

Al terminar el recorrido, tienes la opción de quedarte en el museo e investigar más.


desde 57,28 €

Stortorget 2, 103 16 Stockholm

Are you ready to pillage and plunder? If you are looking for a fun and unique walking tour in Stockholm, you can’t miss The Viking Walk covering all you need to know about Sweden, from the Ice Age to IKEA.

Set amongst the atmospheric surroundings of the Old Town, this 90 minute walk invites you to pillage and plunder your way through Sweden’s culture and history, complete with a Viking guide. Stopping by such famous landmarks as the Royal Palace, Swedish Parliament and Lake Mälaren, we also explore the hidden spots off the tourist track. This walk is great for those who want a fun, memorable experience of Stockholm, great photo opportunities and an overall introduction to Swedish culture, history, and of course the Vikings!

This tour should not be combined with Old Town & Riddarholmen, Stockholm Must Sees or Stockholm Syndrome as a visit to the Old Town is included in all tours.

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water and 57 bridges. Known as the Capital of Scandinavia, the city was founded in 1252. Fabulous History, Stunning Architecture, Outstanding Cuisine is just a few of the things that Stockholm is known for. In just two hours we will cover the city districts of So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm, and Djurga°rden, each with its own special character.

So¨dermalm. This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city.

Gamla Stan. Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where every- thing once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace.

Norrmalm. Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. In the back drop see the City Hall, venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet.

O¨stermalm. The city’s most fashionable neighbourhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways.

Djurga°rden. Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city's museums, the Vasa Museum, the Open Air Museum of Skansen and the latest addition, ABBA, the Museum.

Asentada sobre 14 islas y con un total de 57 puentes que conectan las diferentes partes de la ciudad, Estocolmo es también conocida como la Venecia del Norte. Recorre en tres horas los distritos de So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm y Djurga°rde y descubre el carácter propio de cada uno de ellos.

DESTACAMOS:

* Excelente panorámica de Estocolmo
* Explora el centro histórico
* Conoce interesantes historias y leyendas

So¨dermalm es una zona bohemia y vibrante de la capital. Admira sus casas de madera del s.XVII y pasea por sus pintorescas callejuelas mientras disfrutas de excelentes vistas de la ciudad. En Gramla Stan, el casco antiguo de Estocolmo, podrás vagar igualmente por las calles mientras tu guía te entretiene con historias y leyendas que harán que la ciudad cobre vida. Contempla el Palacio Real, la residencia oficial del rey. Con 608 estancias es el lugar predilecto para las recepciones oficiales de la monarquía. Muy cerca se encuentra la catedral, el segundo edificio más antiguo de Estocolmo y hogar de la emblemática estatua de madera de San Jorge y el dragón.

Norrmalm, por su parte, es el centro neurálgico, repleto de establecimientos comerciales y con un aire moderno. Desde aquí, puede verse el Ayuntamiento, sede de la cena de gala de los Premios Nobel. Pero sin duda, el barrio más moderno de la ciudad es Ö¨stermalm. Pasea entre edificios señoriales y contempla boquiabierto construcciones de una arquitectura excepcional.

Para disfrutar realmente al aire libre, Djurga°rde es el lugar ideal. Además de una gran isla, es un gran parque que alberga varios museos entre los que destacan el Museo Vasa, el Museo de Skansen y el Museo ABBA.

desde 33,11 €

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water. 57 bridges and one original Ice Bar. In the heart of the city is where the world’s first permanent ice bar is located. Made of pure, clear ice from the Torne River in Northern Sweden, the temperature is kept at -5° C year-round. Enjoy your vodka based drink dressed in a warm fur poncho and mittens. In just three hours we will cover the city districts of Södermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, Östermalm, and Djurgården, each with its own special character. When in Norrmalm we will visit the Ice Bar!

Södermalm. This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city.

Gamla Stan. Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where everything once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace.

Norrmalm. Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. In the back drop see the City Hall, venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet.

Östermalm. The city’s most fashionable neighbourhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways.

Djurgården. Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city’s museums, the Vasa Museum, the Open Air Museum of Skansen and the latest addition, the ABBA museum.

desde 60,64 €

Discover some of the different neighborhoods of Stockholm, all unique in personality with their own special charms on this private tour. Also visit the famous Vasa Museum and see the boat that sailed for 20 minutes before sinking to the bottom of the sea!

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit various different contrasting neighborhoods
* Explore the famous Vasa Museum
* Let you private guide lead the way and fascinate you with stories


Welcome to the beautiful city of Stockholm, made up of 14 islands, 57 bridges and a whole lot of character. Experience the perfect mixture of modernity with tranquility that feels like a breath of fresh air.

Start in the neighborhood of So¨dermalm, a creative and trendy area where you’ll find vintage stores, eclectic stores and boutique Swedish fashion. Keep an eye open for the immaculate looking Stockholm hipsters who meet here in the swish cafes.

The next neighborhood we discover is Gamla Stan, also known as the old town. This is one of the best preserved medieval city centers in Europe and is actually where Stockholm was founded in 1252. The whole area is like a real life museum, full of cobbled streets and ancient architecture. Look out for the notorious Royal Palace. From here, we’ll make our way to Norrmalm, the city centre full of Stockholm department stores and the more affordable highstreet shops. During spring time note how the Kungsträdgården is full of magical pink cherry blossom.

Pass through the post residential area of Östermalm, which strangely has the highest amount of nightclubs. Meander through the Östermalmshallen market hall, contemplating all the colourful, fresh food.

And of course, our final stop is Djurgården often described as a relaxing oasis that has been owned by Royalty since the 15th Century. Here we’ll visit The Vasa Ship museum, the most visited museum in Scandinavia. Learn about the tragic event that took place in 1628 but is now visible for you to see 98% intact.

desde 35,31 €

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water and 57 bridges. In the back drop we see the three crowns decorating the City Hall. It is from here that the city of Stockholm is governed and the Nobel Prize Banquet is held. Why is the Blue Hall not blue? How tall is the tower? How many bricks was used to put the building together? These are just a few of the questions we will answer whilst at the City Hall. This is one of the most impressive buildings, both on the inside and outside, that the city has to offer.

In just three hours we will cover the city districts of So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm, and Djurga°rden, each with its own special character. When on the island of Kungsholmen we will visit the City Hall.

So¨dermalm
This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city. Gamla Stan
Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where every- thing once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace. Norrmalm
Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. O¨stermalm
The city’s most fashionable neighbourhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways. Djurga°rden
Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city’s museums.

desde 35,31 €

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water and 57 bridges. On one of these two bodies of water is where one of the most tragic events of Swedish Naval history took place. Imagine a ship from the 1600s which took three years to build, she takes off on her maiden voyages only to sail for 20 minutes before going to the bottom of the sea. Today she lays before us 98 % intact. This is a WOW experience! In four hours we will cover the city districts of So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm, and Djurga°rden, each with its own special character.

So¨dermalm
This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city.

Gamla Stan
Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where every- thing once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace. As we wander the streets the history we will listen to stories and legends that make the Old Town come alive!

Norrmalm
Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. In the back drop see the City Hall, venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet.

Ö¨stermalm
The city’s most fashionable neighborhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways.

Djurga°rden
Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city’s museums.

desde 55,28 €

Discover some of the different neighborhoods of Stockholm, all unique in personality with their own special charms on this private tour. Also visit the famous Vasa Museum and the iconic City Hall

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit various different contrasting neighborhoods
* Explore the famous Vasa Museum
* Discover Stockholm’s City Hall
* Let you private guide lead the way and fascinate you with stories


Welcome to the beautiful city of Stockholm, made up of 14 islands, 57 bridges and a whole lot of character. Experience the perfect mixture of modernity with tranquility that feels like a breath of fresh air.

Start in the neighborhood of So¨dermalm, a creative and trendy area where you’ll find vintage stores, eclectic stores and boutique Swedish fashion. Keep an eye open for the immaculate looking Stockholm hipsters who meet here in the swish cafes.

The next neighborhood we discover is Gamla Stan, also known as the old town. This is one of the best preserved medieval city centers in Europe and is actually where Stockholm was founded in 1252. The whole area is like a real life museum, full of cobbled streets and ancient architecture. Look out for the notorious Royal Palace.

From here, we’ll make our way to Norrmalm, the city centre full of Stockholm department stores and the more affordable highstreet shops. During spring time note how the Kungsträdgården is full of magical pink cherry blossom. Be fascinated by our trip to the City Hall, a fine example of the romantic architecture and constructed with over 8 million bricks. Inside you’ll discover unique art pieces and the unforgettable Golden Hall that consists of over 18 million gold mosaic tiles.

Pass through the post residential area of Östermalm, which strangely has the highest amount of nightclubs. Meander through the Östermalmshallen market hall, contemplating all the colourful, fresh food.

And of course, our final stop is Djurgården often described as a relaxing oasis that has been owned by Royalty since the 15th Century. Here we’ll visit The Vasa Ship museum, the most visited museum in Scandinavia. Learn about the tragic event that took place in 1628 but is now visible for you to see 98% intact.

desde 44,35 €

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water and 57 bridges. The Royal Palace stands on the island of Gamla Stan, it is the King’s official residence. It has 608 rooms and is also the setting for most of the monarchy’s official receptions. As we see the Royal Palace we will also learn more about the Swedish Royal Family including the King Carl XVI Gustav, his wife, Queen Silvia and their three children. In four hours we will cover the city districts of So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm, and Djurga°rden, each with its own special character.

So¨dermalm. This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city.

Gamla Stan. Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where every- thing once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace. As we wander the streets the history we will listen to stories and legends that make the Old Town come alive!

Norrmalm. Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. In the back drop see the City Hall, venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet.

O¨stermalm. The city’s most fashionable neighbourhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways.

Djurga°rden. Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city’s museums.

desde 56,65 €

Stockholm. 14 islands, two bodies of water and 57 bridges. Would you like to know what Sweden looked like in the 17 and 1800s? Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, founded in 1891 and does just that! This miniature Sweden with 150 houses from all over the country gives you an insight into Sweden’s heritage and natural history. Skansen is also home to Nordic animals such as the reindeer, elk and brown bear.

In four hours we will cover the city districts of So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm, and Djurga°rden, each with its own special character.

So¨dermalm. This trendy and bohemian area of the city, offers both small wooden houses from

the 1700s and a fantastic view of the city. Gamla Stan. Or Old Town as we would say in English. Where every- thing once began. Small alleyways, cobbled streets, this island is home to the Royal Palace. As we wander the streets the history we will listen to stories and legends that make the Old Town come alive!

Norrmalm. Also known as the City Centre. Great shopping opportunities and the focal point of modern Stockholm. In the back drop see the City Hall, venue for the Nobel Prize Banquet.

O¨stermalm. The city’s most fashionable neighbourhood with stately apartment buildings, fantastic architecture and scenic walkways.

Djurga°rden. Better known as the outdoor recreation centre for the city locals. The island is also home to many of the city’s museums.

desde 64,85 €

Asentada sobre 14 islas y con un total de 57 puentes que conectan las diferentes partes de la ciudad, Estocolmo es también conocida como la Venecia del Norte. Recorre en seis horas los distritos de So¨dermalm, Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, O¨stermalm y Djurga°rde y descubre el carácter propio de cada uno de ellos.

DESTACAMOS:

* Excelente panorámica de Estocolmo
* Explora el centro histórico
* Conoce interesantes historias y leyendas

So¨dermalm es una zona bohemia y vibrante de la capital. Admira sus casas de madera del s.XVII y pasea por sus pintorescas callejuelas mientras disfrutas de excelentes vistas de la ciudad. En Gramla Stan, el casco antiguo de Estocolmo, podrás vagar igualmente por las calles mientras tu guía te entretiene con historias y leyendas que harán que la ciudad cobre vida. Visita el Palacio Real, la residencia oficial del rey. Con 608 estancias es el lugar predilecto para las recepciones oficiales de la monarquía. Muy cerca se encuentra la catedral, el segundo edificio más antiguo de Estocolmo y hogar de la emblemática estatua de madera de San Jorge y el dragón.

Norrmalm, por su parte, es el centro neurálgico, repleto de establecimientos comerciales y con un aire moderno. Desde aquí, puede verse el Ayuntamiento, sede de la cena de gala de los Premios Nobel. Pero sin duda, el barrio más moderno de la ciudad es Ö¨stermalm. Pasea entre edificios señoriales y contempla boquiabierto construcciones de una arquitectura excepcional.

Para disfrutar realmente al aire libre, Djurga°rde es el lugar ideal. Además de una gran isla, es un gran parque que alberga varios museos entre los que destaca el Museo Vasa, que atesora un navío del siglo XVII que se ha conservado prácticamente intacto.

desde 62,43 €

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