Free Stockholm Panorama Sightseeing Tour
Stockholm Panorama Tour
Stockholm Pass Benefits:
Free Stockholm Panorama Tour
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 300; Child (6-15): SEK 150
Enjoy Stockholm Psanorama sightseeing bus tour with Stockholm Excursions and get the chance to see some of Stockholm's most beautiful sites in just 75 minutes. You’ll pass some of the most important and popular sights of Stockholm, such as The City Hall, The Royal Palace and Djurgården. You’ll get the chance to take photos of the amazing views over the city and its islands and water from Fjällgatan, a place in Stockholm with one of the most beautiful cityscapes.
Tour duration: 75 mins
Departure point: Gustav Adolf’s Square, which is centrally located next to the Royal Opera
Commentary available in multiple languages through audioguides.
- Panoramic views over Stockholm
- Stockholm City Hall
- The Royal Palace
- Gamla Stan (Old Town)
- The Royal Djurgården
Did you know:
- Stockholm’s city history dates back to the 1200s in Gamla Stan (Old Town)
- The 106 meter tall tower at City Hall has the three crowns, the Swedish national coat of arms
- Långholmen used to be a prison for 250 years, first as a spinning house for women
Things to see:
Gamla Stan (Old Town)
Gamla Stan is one of the most picturesque areas in Stockholm, complete with medieval mustard coloured buildings, cobbled streets, churches and the Stockholm Cathedral as one of its most impressive monuments. Here you’ll also find the Royal Palace, home to the King and Queen of Stockholm as well as other fascinating historic buildings.
Stockholm City Hall
The City Hall is one of the most iconic silhouettes on Stockholm’s horizon. It’s a fine example of national romantic architecture, designed by Ragnar Östberg and inagurated in the early 1920s. The City Hall tower is 106m in height and offers breath-taking views of the city. City Hall is also home to the Nobel banquet hall, the Golden Hall with 18 million gold mosaic tiles and other priceless art can be seen throughout the chambers.
Långholmen is a thin and long island with traces on ancient dwellings dating back to the 10th century. Långholmen has an interesting history, including its role as a penal institute for women and Stockholms Central prison until the 1970's when the last prisoners left the island. Today this is a one of Stockholm’s most picturesque green islands, perfect for picnics, sun bathing and swimming from the rough granite rocks along Lake Mälaren.
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Gustav Adolfs Torg, Stockholm
+46 8 12 00 40 00