Gain a deeper understanding of Stockholm, a city with seven centuries of history on this extended guided tour. Explore Old Town's Great Square, the outside of majestic Stockholm Cathedral and the grand Gold and Blue Rooms of City Hall. Marvel at the restored 17th-century Vasa warship. See the modern business and shopping area, the Neo-Classical Stock Exchange and the Art Nouveau-style Royal Dramatic Theater. Follow your own path with free time to shop or relax in a cafe.
• City Hall: Enjoy the artwork, ceremonial halls and grand architecture of this lakeside landmark, host of the Nobel Prize banquet.
• Vasa Museum: This mighty warship sank on her maiden voyage in 1628; now restored, the museum tells her fascinating story.
• Old Town: Explore the center of Stockholm life since 1252. Shop, find lunch, see Royal Palace, or view the outside of the Stockholm Cathedral.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Weather-appropriate clothing
• Comfortable walking shoes
• Sweater/light jacket
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests must be able to walk approximately one mile over uneven and cobblestone surfaces, with inclines and 20 to 40 steps.
• Lunch not included.
• Cathedral sometimes closed to the public (inside visit is not included).
• The Vasa Museum is about 50 meters from the motorcoach stop and there is about 300 meters easy walking inside. Elevators are available.
• The City Hall is about 150 meters from the motorcoach stop and there is about 200 meters easy walking inside. There are also about 10 steps outside (a ramp is available). There are about 50 easy steps inside; elevator may not be available.
• City Hall can close with short notice due to official visits, meetings, etc.
• Guests should exchange currency before leaving ship.
• Tour sequence may vary.
• In addition to English, this tour is offered in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, and Spanish. Subject to availability at time of reservation.
• A minimum of 40 guests are needed for the tour to run in a different language.