The capital city of Sweden is by far one of the most fascinating places in Europe. Made up of 14 islands on the Baltic Sea, this elegant harbor offers more than any traveler could imagine.
The city is adorned by over 50 bridges, cobblestone streets, and 13th-century buildings like the Storkyrkan Cathedral. Stockholm is also home to the wonderful Nobel Museum, which tells the story of the world’s most prestigious award.
Much can be said about this amazing city, but no amount of words or pictures could ever explain the true beauty of it. You better join a free walking tour in Stockholm and experience it yourself!
Recognized as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, Stockholm is also known as the “Venice of the North”. The city is built on 14 islands, with charming bridges and roads interconnecting areas of very different characters and aesthetics.
For many centuries, Stockholm was synonymous with Gamla Stan, the old town. Although founded in the Middle Ages, this amazing area stands out for its photogenic 16th and 17th century buildings, as well as its glamorous boutiques, jewelers and restaurants.
For the best possible introduction to Scandinavia, book a Free Walking Tour of Stockholm’s Old Town. You will stroll along its historic heart and see the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, the German Church and many essential landmarks.
Walking through charming cobbled streets with an English-speaking guide, you will have the opportunity to learn about Scandinavian lifestyle and see the Riddarholmen Church, the Swedish Parliament and the Stockholm City Hall.
After touring the old city, we recommend joining a New City Free Tour to get a complete picture of contemporary Swedish culture and society. See Nybroplan, stroll through Humlegarden, discover the statue of Linnaeus, and learn about Sweden’s many contributions to modern science.
Alternatively, book a Free Tour around the island of Sodermalm to see the most youthful and carefree face of Stockholm. And take in the stunning views from the Monteliusvagen viewpoint!
With more than 100 museums, many of them on the island of Djurgarden, Stockholm is a perfect travel destination for art and culture lovers. Our favorites include the Skansen Open Air Museum, the gigantic National Museum, and the interesting Vasa Museum, which showcases the world’s only preserved 17th century ship. And, of course, the ABBA Museum!
There are so many attractions and Free Tours you can choose from in Stockholm! Book now and get to know this incredible city, its gastronomy and sustainable urban design!
Stockholm is one of the safest, most compact and well-connected European cities, making it perfect for exploring on foot. There are so many recommended free walking tours that you can sign up for a new one every day! These are some of our favorites:
Discover Stockholm’s authentic medieval charms on a classic route through some of the best sights and must-see monuments in the city.
Do you like cozy cafés and vintage shops? Join a free tour around Stockholm’s southern island and enjoy an alternative experience along the hipster district of the city with the best local guides.
If you want to know more about modern Sweden, join this free tour along the most significant landmarks of Stockholm New City. Discover this contemporary and cultural area of the city accompanied by a professional guide.
Free Tours are walks provided by passionate local guides without requesting any upfront payments. They allow every traveler, no matter their budget, to experience and enjoy what a place has to offer.
Free Tours guests are travelers of all ages and backgrounds seeking to enjoy authentic experiences. Independent tourists usually book Free Tours because they are looking for special activities, where they can learn historical facts, but also get an overview about the local culture, environment, and people.
Yes. Free Tours run on a “Pay-What-It’s-Worth” basis, so they are completely free unless you decide to make a contribution according to how much you enjoyed the experience. Guides appreciate receiving tips of any amounts at the end of the tour, but it’s completely voluntary to do so.
Yes. It’s mandatory to make a booking to ensure group sizes remain manageable and Guides can provide a better experience for all guests. Making a booking is absolutely free and it will take you less than one minute!