Discover Stockholm's past and present! Learn about the culinary traditions of Sweden and finish with a drink!
If you like to discover the history of Stockholm and experience some of its everyday life aspects this is the tour for you!
After passing through the Parliament House courtyard we will walk into the cobblestoned streets of the Old Town.
We will then explore some of its most significant buildings, and learn about the history of Stockholm through the fascinating alleys of the island.
Later on we will continue into Södermalm.
Once here we will visit the undiscovered Maria neighborhood, where parts of the famous Stig Larsson's "Millenium Trilogy" takes place. A short break to enjoy the stunning view from Monteliusvägen is a must!
Known in the past as the "bohemian island", Södermalm still preserves an informal and laid-back atmosphere with its 1100 cafés and fashionable shops.
Let's finish our tour with a well deserved beer in some of the local's favourite bars!
Maybe some local food after the tour? I'll help you find some fantastic restaurants and introduce you to swedish culinary traditions!
Our day and the time we start the tour is flexible and is meant to accommodate your schedule and interests.
The main areas to be covered in this tour are:
From the meeting point:
Parliament House courtyard
Södermalm / Maria neighbourhood
Monteliusvägen point of view.
Traditional local bar, pub or restaurant
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Stockholm Grand Hotel.
This tour is planned to start at Stockholm Grand Hotel. As for advices or let me know if you need a different pick up. It may be available up to your request.
End location: I will drop you off on Södermalm
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
Public transportation can be used if needed.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
350 SEK - Per person, for expenses like:
-Admissions if required/
-Snacks or drinks/
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We had a wonderful time on our tour with Davide. He went out of his way to show us the often overlooked parts of Old Town and Sodermalm and to fill in the history of the area in a way that brought it alive. We learned to much about the area and fell in love with Stockholm.