Hitting the skating rink at Kungsträdsgården to the tunes of lovely music is very atmospheric on a beautiful winter evening. It is free to go if you have your own skates, but you can also rent skates on the spot. Next to the ice rink there is a variety of cafés in Kungsträdgården offering warm food and drinks. Opening hours: weekdays at. 09: 00-21:00, weekends at. 10: 00-21:00
Go on a wonderful guided tour by boat in a wintery Stockholm. The boat travels along the city's quays and round Fjäderholmarna and then back towards the city. If you are really lucky, the sea will be frozen and the boat breaks through the ice as it goes - a real highlight! During the boat trip, the guide will tell you interesting facts and anecdotes about Stockholm and its’ surroundings. For those who dare defy the cold you can sit outdoors and enjoy the beautiful views from the prime spot on the upper deck - and don’t worry, there are plenty of reindeer pelts to keep you warm! You can also enjoy warming soup and drinks in the café on the boat. Stockholm winter tour. Read more and book
Djurgården is an island in the middle of Stockholm with fantastic scenery and lovely paths for walking along the water. Stroll along the Djurgårdsbrunnscanal, round Blockhusudden and visit one of all the cozy cafes and restaurants in the area. Here you can also find several of the city's main attractions such as Skansen, the Vasa Museum and Rosendal's garden. You can walk to Djurgården in half an hour from the central station along beautiful Strandvägen, or take the ferry from Gamla Stan or Slussen.
Experience the best sights in Stockholm during a 75-minute guided sightseeing tour with the Panorama bus. This tour will take you through all the districts of Stockholm and you will see the most famous places and buildings, including the City Hall, the Royal Palace and Djurgården. The sightseeing tour is entertaining and informative with recorded audio guides in 10 languages. Sightseeing tour with Panorama bus. Read more and book
Av: Julia Grufving