Free Royal Canal Tour ticket with the Stockholm Pass
Royal Canal Tour
Stockholm Pass Benefits:
Free Royal Canal Tour with the Stockholm Pass
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 200; Child (6-15): SEK 100
Enjoy a short boat trip and a true sightseeing experience of Stockholm and its most famous waterside views from a different perspective. Travel through the beautiful Djurgården canal and see some of Stockholm's most well known places, such as Slussen, the Old Town and the islands of Fjäderholmarna – "the gateway to the archipelago".
Tour duration: 50 minutes
Audio guide available in 11 languages: Swedish, English, Finnish, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Estonian, Chinese
- Fjäderholmarna Archipelago
- Old Town
- Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde
Did you know:
- Djurgården Canal has been royal land since the 15th century
- Prince Eugen's Waldemarsudde is one of Sweden’s most popular art museums featuring a stunning collection of early 20th century Nordic Art
- Stockholm’s Old Town is the original city centre and dates back to the 13th century
Things to see:
Stockholm’s Fjäderholmarna Archipelago is one of the most picturesque places in the city and just a short way out of the centre. See the rocky cliffs and green verdant shores on the Royal Canal Boat Tour. If you want a day trip there, you can visit the museum and brewery to try Swedish whisky or beer. During the summer it hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the warmer months.
Originally the home of Prince Eugen until his death in 1947, it’s now one of the most popular art museums in Stockholm, showcasing stunning masterpieces from the Prince' personal art collection. Also visit the gardens, complete with French and Swedish sculptures from artists like Rodin, Bourdelle and Milles.
Gamla Stan (old town) is one of the most picturesque areas in Stockholm, complete with medieval mustard coloured buildings, cobbled streets and squares. Here you’ll also find the Royal Palace and the impressive Stockholm Cathedral, dating back to the 13th century.
Note: Tour run by Strömma Kanalbolaget. To go on a sightseeing tour by boat you will need to pick up your free ticket at the Strömma ticket booth at the porch where the tour departures from. You are not able to pre-book tours with the Stockholm Pass.
During the summer it is a good idea to visit the ticket booth early the same day to collect your sightseeing tour ticket. Sometimes there are a lot of visitors and some tours may be full during the high season.
If you do not get a ticket to one of the tours you hade planned you can ask for tickets to the next tour the same day.
How to get there:
- Bus: 62, 69, 76
- Subway: Östermalmstorg
see the: full list of attractions included
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Strömkajen, kajplats 3, Södra Blasieholmen 9
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