Tours and Tickets by FoodTours.eu Stockholm
The Nordic Food Walk Stockholm
Gobble your way through the heart of Stockholm on a half-day culinary tour. The walking excursion is perfect for visitors who want a thorough overview - and taste - of Swedish cuisine. Enjoy traditional bites in Old Town, the often overlooked Stureplan, and the oldest food hall in the city Ostermalms Saluhall. Try local seafood, artisanal cheese, cured meats including reindeer and elk, hot chocolate with cardamom, and so much more.
Stockholm Vegetarian Walking Tour
Discover the new wave of vegetarian cuisine in Stockholm on this 2.5-hour walking tour. Follow your guide into the hip-and-happening Södermalm district and experience creative meat-free dishes and fun vibes at neighborhood delis, cutting-edge restaurants, and veggie hotspots. Enjoy about six to seven tastings, try conscious eating, learn about Stockholm’s cuisine, and along the way, admire one of the best panoramic views of the city. Tastings and water included, with other drinks at own expense.
The Christmas Market Tour in Stockholm
Get an insider guide to one of Stockholm's seasonal highlights, the Christmas Market, on this walking tour in Stockholm. Taste local seasonal specialties, such as gingersnaps and saffron buns, while perusing the historic market. Small group of just 15 people or fewer.
Swedish Fika Tour
Have you heard of the unique Swedish tradition of fika? Though difficult to translate, it basically means to meet for coffee and snack. Sweden enjoys a highly developed culture when it comes to coffee and baked goods, and all over Stockholm you will find cafés and cake shops brimming with atmosphere, character and quality, whether it’s traditional or contemporary-creative. This tour will take you on a 2 hour exploration of those cafes and cakes shops giving you a full emersion into one of our dearest traditions.
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N C wrote a review Oct 2020
Our tour guide was Theresa. She was quite excellent. The tour began at Saluhall. A listed food hall. Cheese (a staple of the Swedish diet) and other assorted delicacies. Theresa explained the background and the sourcing of everything we ate. After Saluhall, we moved on to Ingelsta Kalkon AB. A butchers that specialises in turkey only. We got to sample the classic Swedish meatball there. Moving on from Ingelsta, the highlight of the tour (for me), Kajsas Fisk. There were several treats on offer here. The highlight is Kajsas fish soup. As Theresa pointed out, they sell 350 litres of that soup a day. Having tasted the soup, this is no surprise. It's truly delicious. The next stop comes with an advisory from me. I'm no fan of liquorice. Swedes however, love their liquorice. In fact, per capita the Swedes consume more sweets than anywhere else. Liquorice is a big part of that. One of the most well-known stores in Stockholm's old town is a liquorice store with over 300 types of liquorice and liquorice ice cream. Liquorice shavings too. Upstairs from Kajsas, there's one of the liquorice stores with every type of liquorice product that one can imagine. So liquorice tasting it was. I could just about swallow the sweet liquorice. The salted liquorice did not agree with me and there was no way I could try the smoked liquorice thereafter. Theresa produced her extra extra salted liquorice. I declined to try that too. Fortunately, the chocolate coated liquorice was agreeable to me. Particularly the passion fruit coated chocolate variety. Moving on from liquorice, we walked to Chokladfabriken. A chain of chocolate stores producing world award winning chocolate. This was an intriguing stop in that one of the chocolates we tried was salted chocolate liquorice. In contrast to the raw salted liquorice, I actually found this chocolate salted version very interesting. Finally, to end the tour, we went for a fika in the old town. Fika is the Swedish term for a coffee and cinnamon bun break. Fikas are mandated in the Swedish workplace and have been assessed to improve productivity. I admit that whilst here in Sweden I have been enjoying my fika breaks. The fika on this tour was no exception. This tour was a pleasant way to spend 3 hours. The only troubling part was that Theresa had to watch us eat. It wouldn't be practical for the tour guide to be eating at every stop on the tour though. She did join in for lunch at Kajsas though. …
Nancy B wrote a review Mar 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia2 contributions
Our guide Dara was superb. Incredibly knowledgeable of Stockholm and Swedish history. The places we visited really showcased the variety of Swedish cuisine. The two markets were wonderful and so were the dessert destinations. We capped the evening off in Old City restaurant full of charm and history. Tour was intimate and delightful. Book this tour...very good bargain.…
Date of experience: March 2020
Sara B wrote a review Jan 2020
Montclair, New Jersey4 contributions
We loved our tour with Teresa. She was very knowledgeable about local food and Stockholm in general. My husband and I joined a group of 3 others and had a really fun afternoon. It’s a great way to learn your way around Stockholm!
Date of experience: January 2020
pabloecosta wrote a review Jan 2020
Harrogate, United Kingdom159 contributions67 helpful votes
Our guide Victoria was amazing, she did a great of sharing some bits of Sweden and Stockholm history as we walked around Stockholm. I think there is an opportunity for them to put a bit more focus on the food and have some larger portions, both my teenagers sons were still hungry at the end of the Tour so after having done other food tours I certainly see an opportunity for having more focus on food. Having said that, the whole experience and the different types of food we tried made it worthwhile, specially Victoria who was a great guide …
Kryzz wrote a review Dec 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We also had Soma as our guide - it was a brilliant tour and Soma was a superb guide. She proved to be very knowledgeable about Swedish cuisine and took us to a range of foodie locations throughout Stockholm. We particularly enjoyed the visit to the chocolate shop (and are still working our way slowly through the delicious dark chocolate and liquorice confectionary we purchased!!) and the fish soup we had in the Östermalms Saluhall. As others have said Soma is a delightful guide and we thank her very much for hosting us so well and making us feel so welcome in Stockholm.…
Date of experience: December 2019