Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the The Stockholm Card. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We enjoyed Stockholm! It is the most beautiful capitol city in the world!
Buy the Stockholm Card for visits lasing more than a few days. I did a 2-wks. , and it was well worth having the card to get into museums. And to be ride the city's great public transportation.
Just back from Stockholm, don't even think about not getting the Stockholm Card, it's a must! it pays for itself in no time! It also forces you to do things you might otherwise have skipped because of cost, but when its already paid for, you'll do it or see it. We went to see almost everything and hopped on and off the transport to save our legs, lovely boat ride included too! Just buy the Stockholm Card!
Public transportation in Stockholm is excellent and having the STockholm card makes the experience better. To take advantage of the card, avoid using it on Monday or Tuesday since there are a number of museums closing in those days.
The Stockholm Card is excellent value, gets you into many attractions in the city for free also bus/tram/T-Bana access too
Excellent value. The 5 day card more than paid for itself by day 3. Use on metro was very handy
It was fantastic. Stockholm card was so easy and convenient to travel around. We didn't have to queue up to buy tickets for attractions.
I highly recommend the Stockholm Card. We have two children, 10 and 12, and bought 2 days on the card. Great value and easy to use! We saw much more of the city because of this purchase.
We enjoyed our trip so very much. Stockholm is a very beautiful city and the people were very helpful and very friendly. The Stockholm card was wonderful. It was so easy to get on and off public transportation and to enjoy the museums without having to figure out how much money was needed or having the correct change. The buses and trains were very clean, prompt and easy to board. Our party consisted of a 2 year old in a stroller, a 9 year old, their parents and two grandmas with canes. We all could get on the buses and trains with no problems.