Stockholm Must SeesAddress: Stockholm Date: Saturday 25 feb 2017 - Saturday 25 Nov 2017 Show map
Walking tour in English, ferry ride to the island of Djurgården & a visit to the Vasa Museum.
Two of the cities most popular and visited sights, combined! Joining Stockholm Must Sees allows you to skip the line at the Vasa Museum - an addes bonus.
During our walk of the Old Town you will find out how and why the Nobel Prize came about, where the Royal Family actually lives, what we used to do with our garbage, how narrow the narrowest alley in Stockholm is, how many live in the Old Town and what the cost of living there is.
From the Old Town we jump on a ferry to the island of Djurgården. Discover
Stockholm from the water and learn why it’s called the Venice of the North.
During our visit to the Vasa Museum you are not going to believe your eyes. This is a true WOW experience! Learn how a ship that spent 333 years on the sea can be so well preserved, how many people died as the ship sank, who was punished for this failure and how it was salvaged. Learn all this and get your questions answered during our tour of the museum. Once we finish - stay a while, checkout the
exhibitions and watch the movie about the Vasa.
Points of interest during Stockholm Must Sees:
Old Town, Stortorget, The Royal Palace, The Cathedral, The boy looking at the moon, the narrowest street in Stockholm, Djurgården, the Vasa Museum.
Included in the price:
Live guide, ferry tickets back and forth, entrance fee to the Vasa Museum
Please note that pre-booking is required for Stockholm Must Sees. For bookings within 24 hours of departure please give us a call: +46 8 410 773 30.
We don’t recommend combining this tour with Old Town Walk and Christmas Spirit, as a walk of the Old Town is included in all of these tours.
Minimum / Maximum participants: 1 / 25
Additional notes / Please note: Please note that the tour ends at the Vasa, from the Vasa you make your own way back to the city, but a public transportation ticket back is included in the price. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and clothes matching weather.
Meeting Point: At Stortorget, in front of the Nobel Museum located in the Old Town.