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Stockholm Shore Excursion Reviews

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7 Excursions Found

#1 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

City Tour

141 Reviews
Discover the renowned Royal Palace, gothic churches, Swedish design-ware shops and excellent cafes and restaurants.
#2 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Vasa Museum

128 Reviews
Located on the island of Djurgarden, the museum displays the only intact 17th century ship in the world, the 69 meter (226 feet) long warship Vasa that sank in 1628 on her maiden voyage in Stockholm.
#3 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Stockholm Old Town Tour

54 Reviews
Stockholm's original city center is a glorious labyrinth of charming cobbled streets, alleyways, faded mustard and rust coloured town houses and meeting squares reflecting north German architecture.
#4 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Ice Bar

28 Reviews
Upon arriving at the the Stockholm Ice Bar, you'll don a warm fur poncho and mittens and enjoy a Vodka based drink served in an ice glass, while learning about the bar and its construction. Everything in Ice Bar is built from pure ice, from the walls, the stools to the artwork. The ice from Torne River, known for its unique purity, is harvested at the ICEHOTEL, a hotel built of ice and snow.
#5 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Royal Canal Tour

17 Reviews
Leave the inner city behind and take in the waterfront view of several historical buildings, museums and beautiful green areas.
#6 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Archipelago Tour

9 Reviews
The Stockholm archipelago consists of 30,000 islands, islets, and skerries. Catch a glimpse of the wooden houses and visit some idyllic archipelago towns with charming restaurants, cafes and shops.
#7 of 7 Stockholm Shore Excursions

Drottningholm Palace

7 Reviews
Stopping in Stockholm? Drottningholm Palace is just a short drive away on the island of Lovon. It serves as a private residence of the Swedish royal family, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and open for public tours.
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