See the best of Sweden on this tour of Stockholm's Old Town and the Vasa Museum. Walk along the storied streets of an alluring historic district that dates back to the 13th century before hopping onto a ferry for a short ride to Djurgarden, where you'll visit a world famous maritime museum.
Stockholm's Old Town, also known as the Gamla stan, features Medieval and Renaissance architecture. The quaint cobblestone streets and alleyways are lined with archaic structures in gold and rust hues, endearing visitors with their charm. Amble through the streets of Old Town on this Stockholm tour as your knowledgeable guide regales you with stories and interesting facts about the area. Learn about the district's unique garbage collection systems, the origins of the Nobel Prize, the narrow alleyways, and interesting facts about the people living in the area.
After your walk through Old Town, catch a ferry to island of Djurgarden. While on the water, you can view the beautiful city from a unique vantage. At Djurgarden, tour the amazing Vasa Museum, home to the 17th century warship Vasa that was salvaged from the depths of Stockholm Harbor. Learn about how the Vasa, built between 1626 and 1628, sank on its maiden voyage, destroying the ship and drowning its crew. Learn about the Vasa's recovery and restoration over the years, viewing a film and numerous exhibits about the ship and its history.
This extensive walking tour of Old Town and the Vasa Museum offers history lovers an in depth view of Stockholm's incredible past. Book now to reserve your spot.