You will start the tour with the Stockholm City Hall! Sitting like a swan on a lake, this brick masterpiece is jaw-dropping. A place for weddings, political discussions, galas, neighboring,, and graduations, the building itself is alive and has gathered a repertoire of stories waiting to be shared. Hear why the Blue Hall is, in fact, not blue and how many council members it takes to make a decision.Skipping across the bridge to the Island of Nobility, you say hello to a quieter part of the city center that may sadly be missed by many. The neighboring island is Stockholm's Old Town, a historical hotspot of the city. Your guide will show you the in’s and out’s, navigating around the groups of people all waiting to see the main attractions on the island: The Royal Palace, the Stockholm Cathedral, and Stortorget (“The Main Square”).Winding your way down cobblestone streets, you’ll appear on the shore of the harbor, where you pick up one of the public ferries to Djurgården and the Vasa Museum. Whether your jaw dropped or not at the Stockholm City Hall, it can be guaranteed it will here! What’s not awe-striking about a Swedish warship that spent 333 years underwater and is nearly completely original?!If you find that your curiosity leaves you wanting to explore more of the museum, you’re welcome to choose to stay and end the tour inside the Vasa Museum otherwise from here the tour will jump on the tram to finish.
Visit all the must-see's of the city. Wander down cobblestone streets to the harbor to enjoy the panorama. Hear fascinating stories about the city's past. Skip the line at the Vasa Museum to see an impressive warship that sank on her maiden voyage. Explore the City Hall, home to the Stockholm City Council and events year-round, including the Nobel Banquet
Stockholm City Hall, outside the main entrance – located at Hantverkargatan 1.