Full-day Sightseeing Tour of Stockholm

If you enjoy sightseeing and visiting museums, then this itinerary is just for you. If you spend only one day in Stockholm, this trip will take you around all the must-sees.

Your trip starts in the Vasa Museum which displays the oldest preserved ship in the world. After you leave the museum, stroll Strandvägen, a long street lined with palace-like houses designed by some of the major architects of its day. When you arrive on Sergel's Square, note the huge glass obelisk designed by Edwin Öhrström. This 37.5-meter-high artwork is called Kristallvertikalaccent and it was installed in the middle of Sergel fountain in 1974.

Next, explore the Old Town of Stockholm with its colorful houses. See the Stockholm Palace, visit the Nobel Museum and finish your day at the Riddarholmen Church.

Day 1: Full-day Sightseeing Tour of Stockholm

Vasa Museum

The museum displays the oldest preserved ship in the world which dates to the 17th century and its size and state is really unbelievable.

Strandvägen

This 1200-meters-long street, lined with palace-like houses designed by some of the major architects of its day, is one of the most sought…

Sergel's Square

Also known as Sergels torg, this square is named after a popular Swedish neoclassical sculptor, Johan Tobias Sergel, who used to live and…

Stockholm Palace

This palace, completed in 1760, is the official residence of the Swedish royal family.

Nobel Museum

Housed in an impressive 18th-century building, Nobel Museum gathers and presents the fascinating stories of Nobel Prize laureates.

Old Haymarket

If you stop here during the day, you can buy fruit and vegetables. Also, there is a flea market every Sunday.

Riddarholm Church

This is the final resting place of the members of the Swedish royal family - not only all the Swedish kings and queens from the early 17th…

Old Town of Stockholm

Everything about this place is marked by history, from the colourful, strange houses or the cobblestone on the pavement to the royal guards…

Alley of Mårten Trotzig @ Lukáš Nevosád

Alley of Mårten Trotzig

The narrowest street in Sweden looks very romantic and worthy of a picture or two.

Monteliusvägen

If you wish to enjoy wonderful panoramic views over Stockholm, definitely head to this walk path.

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