Save on top Stockholm Tours and Cruises
Stockholm is a great city to explore by land and by sea and it offers unique perspectives by boat, bus and on foot. With the Stockholm Pass you can enjoy all the below tours for free and discover the city’s beautiful landscape of archipelagos, islands and winding cobble streets with guided walking tours, to historic boats and panoramic buses.
Enjoy a cruise around Lake Mälaren and visit the beautiful historic Drottningholm Palace. This picturesque boat tour lasts 60 minutes each way and you can take in the sights of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site before exploring the Palace, Gardens, Theatre and Chinese Pavilion.
From: 30 March - 22 October
Head out to the beautiful Fjäderholmarna Islands on this 25 minute boat tour. It’s a great destination for both locals and tourists who go to enjoy the café culture and unbeatable views of beaches, woodlands and waterscape. Don’t miss the museum and brewery on the island, either.
From: 29 April - 3 September
Get a true feel for Stockholm’s waterways and canals on the Royal Canal Tour. From this unique perspective, sit back and enjoy a 50 minute round trip of the beautiful Djurgården canal , Slussen, the Old Town and the islands of Fjäderholmarna. With a guided commentary in 11 languages, including English, Swedish and German, you can take in the sites and learn about the city at the same time.
From: 3 April - 17 December
See the main sites of Stockholm on the Historical Canal Tour taking you through the main waterways of the city. Pass top Stockholm attractions such as the City Hall, the islands of Reimersholme and Långholmen and around Kungsholmen.
From: 3 June - 13 August
This panoramic bus tour is a great way to see the top sites of Stockholm, from the iconic Old Town, to the City Hall, the Royal Palace and Djurgården. Take in the stunning city from aboard a comfortable bus with audioguides in multiple languages.
Board the historic S/S Stockholm to Vaxholm, the capital of the archipelago. It’s one of the most popular boating destinations and ports and a must-see on your visit to Stockholm. Whilst you’re there, make sure you see the famous Vaxholm Fortress and Museum, too.
From: 4 April - 31 December
Discover the unique Viking city of Birka, dating back to the 700s. This huge archaeological area will teach you about Sweden’s Viking history and give you an insight into the first settlers of Stockholm and their city. It’s a fascinating day out and as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is not one to be missed.
From: 29 April - 24 September
If you’re visiting Stockholm in the winter months make sure you take the warming winter tour and see the city on ice! Passing the frosty shores of Stockholm, this boat tour will take you around the archipelago and around the islands of Fjäderholmarna as you sip a traditional heated spiced wine and warming winter soups.
From: 18 December - 2 April
Sigtuna was the heart of the Swedish Empire and the first town of Sweden, so this historic town has a lot to offer. Enjoy a majestic tour of Lake Mälaren and learn about the royal waterways before exploring the town on foot with the help of a tour guide to get a feel for Sigtuna and its fascinating past.
From: 1 July - 13 August
Skokloster Castle is one of Stockholm’s most famous historic castles, dating back to the 17th century. Enjoy a free boat tour along the picturesque Lake Mälaren to discover this baroque monument. Along the way you can take in the sights of the tree lined lake and picturesque shores.
There’s no better way to see the sights of Stockholm than with a free Hop On Hop Off bus and boat tour ticket to use at leisure! With over 24 bus stops to choose from make your own sightseeing itinerary. Use the ticket to explore the canals and waterways with 8 stops, including the Royal Palace, Vasa Museum and more!
Boat tours from: 29 April - 3 September
Other tours include:
- Under the Bridges of Stockholm - save SEK 250
- Boat trip to Artipelag - save SEK 200
- Boat trip to Gustavsberg - save SEK 200
- Roserberg Castle & Boat Tour - save SEK 265