Sustainable Stockholm private walking tour

Gustav Adolfs Torg 2, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden
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What To Expect

Welcome to Sweden, the land of organic food, recycling, and renewable energy. As a leader in sustainable living, Sweden ranks first in the EU for consuming organic foods and leads the way in recycling drinking cans and bottles.Discover all of the above and more with this sustainable Stockholm private walking tour. Starting in Kungsträdgården, you will walk through the city centre, passing by the Swedish Parliament and continuing to Skeppsholmen. Take a ferry to the island of Djurgården and delve with your guide into topics such as the Swedish government's policy for research and development of environmentally-friendly technology, city planning for self-sufficient cities, and "Flygskam", the movement to reduce air travel.After exploring the city centre, the tour ends on the island of Djurgården, part of the world's first National City Park, Ekoparken. Known as the green lung of Stockholm; Djurgården is the perfect place to experience the nature surrounding the city and visit the many museums on the island.

What to remember

Important info

  • Approximate walking distance of 4.3km
  • It is recommended you wear comfortable walking shoes
  • Sweden is a country with four seasons. Please dress accordingly
What's included
Guided walking tour. Private tour. Transportation between sights
What's not included
Tips (optional)
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Know Before You Go

Learn why Stockholm was honored as the first European Green Capital in 2010. Discover Sweden's commitment to sustainability and learn how over 99% of household waste is recycled. Take a tour of Djurgården, an island also known as the "Eco Park," "Museum Island," and "Royal Djurgården". Uncover the peaceful oasis of Skeppsholmen

Cancellation Policy
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Meeting Point

Meet your guide outside the Royal Opera main entrance, in Gustav Adolfs Torg 2. Please be at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the departure time.