Stockholm city hall can be seen from the embankments and bridges of the Gamla Stan. The elegant brick structure appeared in the beginning of the 20th century on the spit of the Kungsholmen island. The city hall is a venue for the Nobel Prize banquet and the symbol of Stockholm. The yard of the city hall is open for the visits; the building can be visited with the pre-booked tour. The bell tower has the observation spot with the beautiful panorama of Gamla Stan and the Royal palace.
Gamla Stan or The Town Between the Bridges is Stockholm's old town, located on Stadsholmen island. Gamla Stan dates to 13th century. It’s a charming labyrinth of narrow streets with old houses, numerous restaurants and souvenir shops. Stockholm’s main attractions like the Royal palace, Nobel museum, Stortorget square and many other are hidden inside the Gamla Stan.
Vasa is a giant Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628 to become the flagship and the pride of Sweden. The ship foundered after sailing less than a mile into her maiden voyage in 1628. She was discovered in the late 1950s and eventually moved to the Vasa Museum in Stockholm. Vasa is one of the most popular attractions of Sweden and one of its main symbols.
- Professional English-speaking tour guide (6 hrs)
- Tourist-class vehicle starting & ending at Nynashamn port
- Stockholm panoramic tour
- Stockholm Old Town walking tour
- Entrance fee to the Vasa Museum
- Photo stop at panoramic viewpoint of Stockholm archipelago
- Meals / snacks
- Drinks / coffee break
- Other admissions / donations
- Tips / Gratuity
IMPORTANT: NO refunds for late passengers or for those who don't read their Stockholm Meeting Instructions and have been waiting at the wrong location.