This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Marten Trotzigs grand, Marten Trotzigs Grand Old town, Stockholm 11129 Sweden
You will be surprised by how small this street is. Located in the old town of Stockholm, the alley links Västerlånggatan and Järntorget to Prästgatan and Tyska Stallplan. With its width of 36 steps reducing to 90 centimeters, this path is the narrowest and cutest street of the city.
Pass By: The Iron Square（Järntorget）, Järntorget, 111 29 Stockholm, Sweden
After escaping a narrow street, you will find yourself in The Iron Square, also called Järntorget. Part of the old town, the Iron Square is a main spot of Stockholm for more than 1300 years. It is a meeting point for locals and markets full of fresh and delicious goods.
Pass By: Merchant's Square, Köpmantorget 2-10, 111 31 Stockholm, Sweden
The Merchant's Square is a small park also located in the old town. But surprisingly, it has never been used as a marker, even if its name says the opposite. You will walk by its colorful buildings, and have the opportunity to look at the beautiful bronze replica of Bernt Notke's sculpture Saint George and the Dragon there.
Pass By: Storkyrkan, 1 Traangsund Gamla Stan, Stockholm 111 29 Sweden
The Church of St. Nicholas, also called the Great Church, is the oldest church of the old town. Storkyrkan is a beautiful model of the Swedish Brick Gothic style. You will be astonished by its wonderful architecture and the treasure it contains: the dramatic but nonetheless elegant wooden statue of Saint George and the Dragon made in 1489.
Pass By: Stockholm Palace, 107 70 Stockholm, Sweden
The next step of this tour will lead you to the great Stockholm Palace. As the official residence of the Swedish monarchy, the architecture is, of course, wonderful. With its brick and sandstone, roofs covered with copper and a balustrade made of stone, the Royal Palace is a unique place to visit.
Pass By: House Of Nobility, Riddarhustorget 10, 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden
The House of Nobility houses important records and acts of the Swedish nobility. It is a valuable place and since 2003 a private institution with the purpose to preserve old traditions and culture. Even if you won't be able to visit it, you will love its outside and the statue of Gustaf Eriksson Vasa on its south end.
Pass By: Birger Jarl, 3 Nedre Slottsgatan, Uppsala 753 09 Sweden
Also located in the old town, Birger Jarls Torg is a public square named after the founder of Stockholm. A statue of Birger Jarls protects the square since 1854. You will wander in its place of history and the six palaces surrounding the park.
Pass By: Riddarholm Church (Riddarholmskyrkan), Kungliga Slottet, Stockholm 107 70 Sweden
As the last step of this tour, Riddarholm Church is the last home of most Swedish monarchs like Gustavus Adolphus or Gustaf V. The church is one of the oldest buildings in Stockholm, and the official church of the Swedish monarchs, even if it is mostly used for funeral and memorial purposes.