Explore Estocolmo y sus hermosas islas centrales sobre dos ruedas en este recorrido en bicicleta de 3 horas. Suba a su bicicleta abastecida y fácil de llevar, y siga a su guía por algunos de los monumentos y tesoros escondidos de la capital, muchos de los últimos inaccesibles para coches y autobuses. Realice su recorrido por algunos de los amplios carriles bici; pedalee por Gamla Stan (casco antiguo); y cruce puentes para recorrer las idílicas islas y las bonitas orillas. A todo ello se unirán los fantásticos comentarios de su guía, ¡por lo que no hay mejor manera de orientarse en la «Venecia del Norte»!
We enjoyed our guide, Katta, a lot and felt we got to see a lot of Stockholm in 3 hours. We covered a lot of ground but she also gave us breaks as it was very hot that day. Would recommend it to anyone eager to see the city in a different way.
The bike trip is 14 km/8.5 miles but on pretty flat terrain and takes 3 hours with frequent stops. In Stockholm you can actually get around much faster and easier in the bike lanes than by bus or taxi! If you are up for that it is the most fantastic way to see the city and get a feel for its layout, history, and culture. Of course good weather helps, which we fortunately had. Our guide was extremely helpful and full of great stories and jokes.
Very good tour, our favourite way to see and learn about a city. Had a few issues with the bikes but got sorted out and we were off. Good guide and info, low key, obvouisly loved his city and enjoyed showing it off to others. Afterwards visited The Vasa, absolutely fantastic, nothing else like it.
terrible , rude owner . tour was poor , knowledge very boring , guy was only interested in receiving money , no care for clients , everyone was extremely disappointed with the tour , don't waste your money.
The tour was okay. The bikes were in good shape and the woman organizing everyone at the shop was super pleasant and helpful. Our tour guide seemed to like the history of Stockholm, but she spoke no louder than a grasshopper. I couldn't hear a thing she was saying, even if I was one bike-length away. Seriously, nothing. Maybe because of this, or maybe for other reasons, the tour felt disjointed and random. I wasn't engaged and didn't feel like I saw or learned more than a couple of things I hadn't already found on my own.
It was a lot of fun. The tour guide a young lady provided interesting information, but her voice was very soft. I booked my tour for the wrong date, and I was very pleased that the operator was able to accomodate my mistake.
In general, it was well run and very much worth my time. My favorite part was the park deersjurgen.