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Exploring Swedish Capital, 5 days

Discover all attractions and highlights of Stockholm that make the Swedish capital so incredible!

Location:

Sweden

Type of tour:

5-day Tours

Season:

All Year

Availability:

available

Number of people:

1

Duration:

120 hours

Transport:

Day 1
Arrival at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Meet and greet service.
Private transfer to the hotel. Check-in.
Spare time.

Day 2
Stockholm city tour.
Stockholm is a city of contrasts. Trends in music, design, fashion, and technology are born here, and innovations that spread worldwide are invented here. Stockholm also has a rich history comprising gorgeous architecture, museums, the Royal Palace and the medieval urban core of Gamla Stan. Trendy bars and world-class restaurants are shoulder-to-shoulder with historic cafes and cozy neighborhood pubs.
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Stockholm rooftops tour
Stockholm is a city of water. Founded by seafaring tradesmen, the centre of the Swedish capital stretches across 14 islands on the Baltic Sea and Lake Mälaren. But the best way to get a sense of the city’s sweep isn’t from the sea. It’s from the air – 43m in the air, to be exact. In the heart of Stockholm’s old town – an area that officially includes four islands: Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen, Strömsborg and Stadsholmen – visitors can clamber across the top of Riddarholmen’s Old Parliament building, taking in eight of Stockholm’s islands with 360-degree views. It’s a beautiful sight that’s not for the faint of heart…

Day 3
Departure on the cruise to Stockholm Archipelago.
You will explore some of the 24,000 islands in the Stockholm Archipelago. Most are uninhabited and set in one of the world’s most beautiful natural areas in Europe, yet only an hour away from the center of Stockholm. The tour is 2,5 – 3 hours, just right to experience the best our beautiful archipelago has to offer. On board our guide will tell you all about what’s typical about the Stockholm archipelago in a very inspiring way, making the journey a beautiful and informative outing.

Bicycle tour around Djurgården island, including visits to Vasa Museum, where the entire 17th century warship is displayed, and Skansen, the legendary open-air museum and zoo founded in 1891.

Day 4
Yacht tour with fishing in the sea.
Life in Stockholm’s archipelago has always been characterized by fisheries. For many, it was their longtime staple food and income. Still today, the archipelago offers many different fish experiences, but now more often for pleasure. A guide will take you to the best fishing spots and offer a more advanced fishing experience. Grilling and eating your own catch is something everyone should enjoy at least once in lifetime

Day 5
Tour to castles and palaces. Stockholm and its surroundings is extraordinarily rich in fascinating castles and charming palaces. Submerge into Sweden’s glorious past by visiting royal residences like Drottningholm, Gripsholm and many others.