Come and join our Free Stockholm’s Landmark Tour – New City and find out how the capital of Sweden developed in the green social economic city that is Today. By exploring Ostermalmstorg, the wealthiest district in town, you will understand how the Swedish created a famous economy model, how important free education and free medical care is for their system, and why the city is so expensive!
Visit the famous Concert House where the prestigious Nobel prize award ceremony is held every year and the City Hall, famous for its grand ceremonial halls, unique pieces of art and for being the venue where the Nobel Prize banquet takes place every 10th of December. Wonder yourself around the peaceful Royal Gardens and get inspired by the blooming trees, the fountains and the royal sculptures. Admire the imponent Saint Jacobs Church, dedicated to apostle Saint James the Greater, patron saint of travelers, an outstanding masterpiece of architecture that took so long to be built that it has late gothic, renaissance and baroque styles altogether. Navigate through flea, flowers and fresh fruit at the old Hay Market, the most important market in the city, and discover why the spirit of the famous Swedish actress Greta Garbo is always present there.
Explore King Street whilst you listen to the stories of the Vasa dynasty, established when Gustav the I defeated Christian the Tyrant of Denmark after the Stockholm Bloodbath, in 1523. This king raised a very powerful and proud country, a deep and unified nation, fighting the Danish out by winning the Swedish War of Liberation, and forming the greatest Swedish royal family. You will also hear the famous and impressive story of the Stockholm syndrome and the mysterious murder of Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986, both known for its massive impact in the Swedish Society.
On our Free Stockholm’s Landmark Tour - New City you will walk around some of the most beautiful streets in the country and learn about how the Swedish had reached this particular state of welfare, with such an advance social acceptance and inclusion, which made Sweden, the most egalitarian country in Europe!