Please remember you have up to 2 days prior to your sail date to purchase your Royal Caribbean International Shore Excursions online. If you are within the 2 days, you will then need to purchase your Shore Excursions on board.
*Prices shown above are representative. Dates, times, and prices are subject to change and may not be available for your sailing. To purchase a Royal Caribbean International Shore Excursion, you must already have a reservation number for a cruise and have made a payment towards that reservation. Shore Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice. All monetary exchanges onboard are processed in U.S. Dollars directly to your SeaPass® onboard charge account unless otherwise specified.This tour requires a minimum number of guests in order to operate.
Discover a 17th-century warship, 13th-century Old Town and a village founded before Stockholm was even a city. Your guide will lead you through the sights of Old Town, including the majestic Royal Palace and Great Square, with time to explore on your own. See the mighty Vasa, rescued from the sea floor after three centuries and carefully restored. Then it's on to Sigtuna, an idyllic village with Sweden's oldest street and Scandinavia's smallest town hall.
Highlights: • Old Town: Discover medieval landmarks like the Royal Palace and City Hall, with time to explore on your own. • Vasa Museum: Examine the legendary Vasa, now fully restored after sinking on her 1687 maiden voyage. • Sigtuna: Explore this historic and charming village, home of Sweden's oldest street and Scandinavia's tiniest town hall.
What to Bring: • SeaPass card and photo identification • Camera • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear: • Weather-appropriate clothing • Walking shoes
Important Notes: • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour. • Guests must be able to walk approximately 1-3/4 miles on cobblestone streets and flat pavement, with 40 steps and extended periods of standing.