Shore Excursion, Museums / Culture, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
we will walk on the cobble streets of the Old Town, the tour can always be adapted to any request
Maximum travelers: 4
English (fluent), Italian (fluent), Spanish (fluent), Swedish (fluent)
Private Shore Excursion
Enjoy the classical highlights of the capital, with the architectural contrast of the newer city and the old medieval part. We will not miss the main sites, the most visited museum of Sweden the Vasa, and the City Hall, world famous for the Nobel banquet.
During the tour you will hear about today's life, the swedish society, history, customs and traditions, and why the vikings never had any horns on their helmets. . ;)
This is the optimal way to include a full Stockholm tour.
Vi aspetto anche come guida in italiano!
We will see most of the 14 islands Stockholm is built on, the biggest Sodermalm, today known for it's many restaurants from all over the world, the green lush Djurgarden, where many of the museums are located, the modern district and of course the Old Town. We will enjoy differences between the districts and have a walk in the medieval part of Stockholm the Old Town.
We will see (from outside) The Cathedral, The Royal Palace, The Nobel Museum, The City Hall, The Parliament and governement building, the Royal Opera and the Royal Theatre, and much more.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of the Nobel Museum, Old Town or to be agreed, in the city or at any hotel or harbor within Stockholm
End location: To be agreed in the city or at any hotel or harbor within Stockholm.
Duration: 5 hours
This tour includes private van with driver.
Private car with driver, private licensed guide for the booked time and the planning to customize your private tour
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 sek - 300 sek - In this tour we will visit the Vasa museums and the City Hall, we may also make a coffee break in the Old Town.
This tour does not include entrances at the City Hall and Vasa museum, lunch or snack, maybe a typical Swedish coffee break with bun and coffee?
Please calculate therefore about 30 USD extra per person
The local currency is Swedish Krona SEK, most of the vendors accept creditcards (some not Amex), wich is the easiest and most convenient payment. Some also takes USD and EUR but charges commission or do no apply the best changing rates.
If you would like to spend extra time, send me a message and I'll create a customized tour for you