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Explore Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town, in depth on this 75-minute walking tour. Following a local guide, stroll through the cobblestone streets amongst the 13th-century buildings, stopping at some hidden sights that many visitors miss. Spend time in Stortorget, the city's original town square, and pass Kungliga Slottet (the Royal Palace) and the Nobel Museum. Learn about the events and important people who shaped the history of Stockholm, all of which started in Gamla Stan.

Highlights

  • 75-minute walking tour around Gamla Stan (Stockholm Old Town) with a knowledgeable guide
  • Delve into this picturesque district as your guide lifts the lid on its history and North German-style architecture
  • Explore charming Stortorget, the heart of the Old Town and Stockholm’s oldest square
  • See the Royal Palace, Nobel Museum and statue of St George and the Dragon (Outside view only, no entrance included)
  • Dig deep into hidden lanes and cobbled courtyards rarely seen by tourists
  • Learn about Birger Jarls, the Swedish statesman who reputedly established Stockholm in the 13th century

What You Can Expect

Stockholm Gamla Stan Walking Tour

Explore the quaint lanes of Stockholm Old Town on a walking tour

Make your way to the northern side of the round about at Gustafs Adolfs Torg to meet your local guide and tour group. Check out the elaborate Italian-Baroque architecture of the building where Swedish monarchs have lived for many centuries.

Walk down the cobblestone lanes towards the heart of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town. Learn about Birger Jarl, the Swedish statesman who founded the city here in 1250. Stop at Stockholm's oldest town square, Stortorget, where the Nobel Museum sits amongst rows of townhouses from the 17th and 18th century. See the famously intricate statue of George and the Dragon at Storkyrkan and hear the tale of how the dragon was allegedly slain in Stockholm itself.

Your local guide will lead you down quiet alleyways and into hidden courtyards, where you'll get a chance to explore corners of the neighborhood that tourists in buses and cars don't have access to. Along the way, you'll hear engaging commentary and interesting historical facts about the area.

After 75 minutes of exploring this fascinating area on foot, your tour will end at the Royal Palace.

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