Private Walking Tour Stockholm Old Town
Outside the metro station (subway station) at Gamla Stan
See the Google Map-Our Meeting Point
Duration: 2 hours
Guests per tour: 11-35
Gamla Stan, or Stockholm Old Town, is one of this most visited neighbourhoods of Stockholm. Explore the historic streets and let their picturesque beauty surprise you, as it happens with most first-time visitors to the city. The private walking tour for groups, covering all the attractions of the Old Town with historical landmarks. The most unique and informative walking tour in Stockholm at a very affordable price! Learn about the rich past of this magical Old Town from our experienced local guide. This tour is specially designed for groups of ten or more people. Max.35 people.
Remember, your private walking tour start and finish at Old Town.
The German Church
Founded in 1571 the church is located in a neighbourhood that was dominated by Germans in the Middle Ages.
Alley of Mårten Trotzig
The narrowest street in Stockholm at 90cm across (35 inches).
The Iron Square
The second oldest square in Stockholm dating back to the 1300’s.
It was a thoroughfare between two main squares and contains a copy of the sculpture “Sankt Göran och draken”.
Known in English as the “little boy who looks at the moon”. Fifteen centimetres high it is the smallest public statue in Stockholm.
The Royal Palace
Official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch.
The Great Church
It is the oldest church in Gamla Stan and was founded in the 13th century.
The Big Square
The oldest square in Stockholm and forms the heart of Gamla Stan.
The Nobel Museum
Is a museum devoted to circulating information on the Nobel Prize and the founder of the prize Alfred Nobel.
The Priest’s Street
Home to the “Rune Stone” believed to date back to the 1000’s being about 200 years older than the city.
The House of Nobility
Originally used by the aristocracy for meetings of parliament.
This is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs and is one of the oldest churches in Stockholm.
Birger Jarls Square
The square was renamed after the traditionally attributed founder of Stockholm