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Stockholm City Walking Tour, Including the Vasa Museum
Stockholm walking tour takes you to the highlights of the city
Get deeper insight into Stockholm life from your guide
Embark on a ferry ride to Djurgarden
Explore Stockholm's maritime history at the Vasa Museum at your own pace
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Stockholm Must Sees EN
Tour with English speaking Guide
Stockholm Must Sees DE
Tour with German speaking Guide
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Get an overview of Stockholm with this walking tour that takes you to the highlights of the city. Visit Old Town (Gamla stan), the Royal Palace, and the Vasa Museum on Djurgarden in the Stockholm archipelago. Along the way, hear tales from the Swedish capital's past and present, leaving you with a fuller grasp of the geography and culture of the city.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group in the center of Old Town at Stortorget, Stockholm's oldest square. Stroll the cobblestone streets of and listen as your guide tells you about such historic characters as Birger Jarl, the man who founded the city of Stockholm in 1250. Walk through atmospheric narrow passageways and along streets originally built for horse-drawn carriages as you head for the Gothic cathedral, Storkyrkan. Continue to the Royal Palace to admire its splendid baroque-style architecture, and the palace guards who protect the Swedish royal family's residence. Next, it's time to explore the archipelago further. Take a ferry to Djurgarden island to visit the Vasa Museum. Explore the highlight: a nearly intact ship that sank off Stockholm in 1628 on its maiden voyage. Your tour concludes in the museum, so feel free to continue exploring, or perhaps grab a bite to eat (own expense) at leisure.
A very friendly guide, Kevin was already waiting for us, even though we came 15 minutes early. His knowledge of the city was excellent, as was his preparation for the unexpected (a big umbrella). His answers to our questions exceeded what we could imagine. It...More
By no means am I a seasoned traveler our tourist, but I can recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in a casual, well paced, and informative tour of old town Stockholm and the Vasa museum. Our guide, Kevin, was charismatic and knew his...More
Perfect when it comes to describing what you'd like from a musuem. Stylish building, wonderful location and of course the very impressive ship exhibit itself. Just the right amount of additional information. I particularly enjoyed the role of women exhibition which was very enlightening and...More
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It's about 2 1/2 hours. The tour ends in the Vasa Museum, so you can take extra time at that museum after the tour ends, or of course go see some of the many other sights on the island of Djurgården (seriously, check out the... More
It's about 2 1/2 hours. The tour ends in the Vasa Museum, so you can take extra time at that museum after the tour ends, or of course go see some of the many other sights on the island of Djurgården (seriously, check out the Djurgården wiki for the list, it's hefty). That was perfect for me because I was able to grab some lunch and then walk over to the nearby Nordic Museum, but if you need to be somewhere else then it would be wise to figure on up to an extra 45 minutes or so in order to get back to the ferry and off that island after the tour ends.