Old Town WalkAddress: Stockholm Show map
Walking tour in English. History, Customs, Culture & Architecture. The Old Town Walk serves up history, explanations of Swedish customs and culture, as well as beautiful architecture, all in the wonderful setting of the Old Town.
“A thing you have to do in Stockholm”- Tobias, Switzerland
In just 1.5 hours you will learn among other things: how many rooms the Royal
Palace has, what the statue of Saint George and the Dragon really means to Swedes, why the Old Town is bigger today than when it was first founded, where the narrowest alley in the Old Town is, and, what the Swedes used to put in their beer. In the summertime we continue out to the island of Riddarholmen for stunning views of the lake side of the city.
In short: With our stories, legends and humor, we make the Old Town come alive.
Point of interest during the Old Town walk:
Stortorget, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, boy looking at the moon, the narrowest street in Stockholm, Riddarholmen.
Please note that this tour is 1.5 hours from May to September and 1 hour in duration from October to April. We do not recommend combining this tour with Stockholm Must Sees and Christmas Spirit, as a walk of the Old Town is included in all of these tours.
2015: May 1st - September 31st: Monday to Sunday 14.00.
October 1st - December 19th: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 14.00.
2016: January 7th - April 30th: Thursday to Saturday 14.00.
May 1st - May 31st: Monday to Sunday 14.00.
June 1st - August 31st: Monday to Sunday 11.00 & 14.00.
September 1st - September 30th: Monday to Sunday 14.00.
October 1st - November 26th: Thursday to Saturday 14.00.
Exceptions: June 6st, 24th, 25th & 26th.
Cost: Adult SEK 150 / Child (6-18 years) SEK 75 / Student SEK 120. Price incl. 25% VAT.
Minimum / Maximum participants: 1 / 25
Additional notes / Please note: Please note that this tour is 1.5 hours from May to September and 1 hour in duration from October to April. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and clothes matching weather.
Meeting Point: At Stortorget, in front of the Nobel Museum, located in the Old Town.