Free Tour Stockholm City at 11.00 in English

free walking tour stockholm city


WHAT’S IN OUR TOUR?

The “Stockholm City, Modern Town” walking tour offers a unique exploration of Stockholm’s contemporary urban landscapes. Participants witness the seamless blend of modern architecture and innovative design, characterizing the city’s progress. Key highlights include visits to cutting-edge structures, bustling shopping districts, and cultural hubs, all while learning about Stockholm’s commitment to sustainability and innovation. This tour not only provides insights into the city’s modern development but also immerses visitors in the vibrant atmosphere of Stockholm’s metropolitan life.

DURATION

approx. 2 hrs

WHO?

Please look for the guide holding our sign that reads “Free Walking Tour Stockholm” provided by NORDIC FREEDOM TOURS

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Island of Riddarholmen
  • The Parliament House
  • Riddarholm Church
  • House of Nobility (Sweden)
  • Gustaf Adolf’s square
  • Royal Swedish Opera
  • City Hall of Stockholm
  • Saint James’s Church King’s Garden
  • New Bridge square
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Music
  • Raoul Wallenberg Square
  • Shore/Beach Road
  • The Royal Dramatic Theatre
  • Berzelii Park
  • The China Theatre
  • The Norrmalmstorg robbery
  • Port Street Queen Street
  • The government offices-Rose bath
  • The Sager House-the official residence of the Prime Minister of Sweden
  • The King’s Royal Stable
  • Coin Square
  • The Royal Palace

Please note:

The above itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

  • WHERE AND WHEN?

Our complimentary walking tour of Stockholm’s City commences precisely at 11:00 AM, regardless of weather conditions, and extends for an enjoyable duration of 2 hours.

The meeting point is located 20 meters from the Gamla Stan metro station exit, and the tour will conclude near the Royal Drama Theatre.

  • Please be advised that we do not accommodate organized groups on our free walking tours.
    For organized groups exceeding 6 participants, it is required to book a private paid walking tour in advance.
    This policy applies universally to all organized entities, including schools, educational courses, student groups, and any for-profit or non-profit companies and organizations.
  • Such groups are not permitted to join our free walking tours.

 

  • miniFAQs:

What should I do if I am late? Our tours begin exactly at the scheduled time, in consideration of those who arrive on time. We strongly recommend arriving promptly.

If I’m running late, can you wait for me for 5-10 minutes? Unfortunately, we cannot delay the start of the tour. Punctuality is crucial to ensure a smooth experience for all participants.

OUR MEETING POINT

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The meeting point Free Walking Tour Stockholm