As an area with some of the most well preserved medieval
town centers and plenty of modern attractions, the city
of Stockholm, Sweden is an
excellent place for walking tours and day trips of all
kinds. So strap on your walking shoes for a Stockholm
day trips on foot, or find information about day trips
in Stockholm through the comfort of an organized tour
on a bus or ferry.
Stockholm Grand Tour
This popular Stockholm day trip is
a good option for travelers who have just a small amount
of time, but want to see many of the major sites of the
city in that time. This is one of the most all-inclusive
organized Stockholm day trips, and the price is reasonable.
The Grand Stockholm day trips tour is conducted partly
on a bus, and partly on a ferry boat. This Stockholm
day trip tour lasts almost four hours, and travelers will
see landmarks along the way, as well as learn something
about what they are seeing from the guide’s narration.
After the tour, spend the rest of your afternoon eating
in a downtown Stockholm restaurant, or getting a better
look at one of the best landmarks on the tour; the Stadshuset building.
While the term old town can refer to many different areas in and around Stockholm, you can certainly make it your mission to see many of them on one Stockholm day trip. Day trips in Stockholm to visit the oldest structures in the city are a great way to organize your time. If you start your day trip Stockholm at the Stadshuset, you should be able to make it to the Swedish Parliament Building, the Gustav Adolfs Torg, the Kungstradgarden (the Royal Gardens) and the Grand Hotel in Stockholm’s Old Town. You can have lunch near the gardens, a particular delight in the summer, and spend the afternoon at the National Museum.
Take the Skeppsholmbron
Bridge to Skeppsholmen Island and spend your day trip
Stockholm enjoying this beautiful place. Day trips
in Stockholm to the island offer great views of Stockholm
and the surrounding water. You can also visit the
medieval town of Visby, where 2 ½ miles of stone
wall are still standing tall around the city from the
16th century. Finish out the day with
some dinner in Visby.
A day trip Stockholm at the Vasa
Museum is a great way to spend an afternoon or more.
Here, travelers will see the oldest ship in the world
that is on view and still intact. It sunk off the
coast of Scandinavia in the 16th century, and
many of the items carried on board were rescued in tact,
including clothing, gold, and some interesting tools.
This is the most visited museum in Sweden, and for good
Liseberg Theme Park
Spend a day trip Stockholm on a trip
to Sweden’s most popular theme park; the Liseberg.
Some of the world’s top roller coasters reside here,
fashioned of both wood and steel. Though the rides
aren’t open during the winter, there is an intriguing
holiday festival happening during the winter that is also
worth visiting, complete with real reindeer and an ice-skating
rink. After the theme park, have dinner on the nearby Avenyn in Stockholm.