Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
- 4-hour Stockholm food tour, led by a local guide
- Learn how Swedish gastronomy has changed over the years
- Visit Östermalms Saluhall, Stockholm’s oldest food hall, to sample cured elk and reindeer meat
- Taste rich, dark hot chocolate in Chokladfabriken, a popular chocolate cafe
- Sample cinnamon rolls in the city's old town - Gamla Stan
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures a personalized experience
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What You Can Expect
Pass Sveavägen, one of Stockholm's major streets to stop at Chokladfabriken, a chocolate cafe – much loved by the locals – that was founded by an ex-member of the Swedish national chefs’ team. Sample the rich, warm flavors of 65% cocoa hot chocolate made from dark Venezuelan Criollo beans and cardamom.
Continue on to Östermalms Saluhall, Stockholm’s oldest food market. Many food businesses operating in the hall have been owned by the same families for generations, and the market’s interior remains much the same as it was centuries ago with original woodcarvings still intact.
Visit Husmans Deli stall to snack on a selection of its prize-winning artisan cheeses, and the cured meat specialists - Fagel och Vilt. Swedes are fond of curing game meat, and so delicacies such as smoked reindeer and elk salami are among a few of the types of meat you might try. Wash down the samples with Nordlands Guld – a strong Swedish beer – and some local seasonal fruit from Lisbeth Janson Frukt & Grönt before leaving Östermalms Saluhall to visit Pontus!, a top restaurant in the exclusive neighbourhood of Östermalm. Here you'll try Toast Skagen, a Swedish delicacy made with shrimps.
Heading back into town, wander along the pretty streets, passing top Stockholm attractions such as St Jacobs Kyrka and the Royal Swedish Opera on route to Naglo Vodkabar. Try different Swedish drinks and listen to Naglo Vodkabar's experts tell you about Sweden's most popular drink.
Continue to Gamla Stan, the city’s charming Old Town, and work your way along the cobblestone streets, admiring the colorful town houses. After visiting a candy shop to try a Swedish candy stick, walk the water’s edge and head inside Under Kastajen for your final tasting session, a bakery popular for its traditional breads, and dunk a kanelbullar (cinnamon roll) in a warming cup of tea or coffee. Discover the importance of the local tradition known as Fika - a coffee break usually followed by something sweet - before bidding your guide goodbye.