Sightseeing Boat Tours, Stockholm
It would be hard not to go around Stockholm and not get on a boat somewhere. If you really want to see all the islands this is a great adventure. However, if you want to flare it up with some good ole Viking feel then you could take a longboat tour. They serve food on these boats as well.
Sightseeing around the city is a must!
Take your time to to this! Definitely!
I've been very lucky to find a marvellous morning that day. This town show all its beauty when kissed by the sun.
The Grand hotel taken for the opposite shore
Do a baot trip around the canals. I did a 1 hour one with 'Stockholm Sightseeing'. It was pretty crap, for 100KR(8GBP), but I reckon some of the others would be better.
Djurgården, is a park with zoo, and open air museum. On a nice day, its worth sitting and chilling out here.
Stradsholmen -check out the bars/clubs here.
Shopping - plenty of shops to check out.
Buildings - plenty of intersting buildings, mainly the royal palace.
Museusm - loads if youre into them.
STOCKHOLM DINNER CRUISE....
Will take 2,5 hrs.
Our dinner cruise, taking you under many of Stockholm's bridges and along narrow canals, is a perfect combination of anjoying a delicious four course dinner while gazing at the city's beautiful views passing by outside the sightseeing boat's windows.
Our multilingual host/hostess will be delighted to talk about the sights we pass - all making for a memorable evening.
SIGHTSEEING ANNO 1935
This tour will take 1 hour.
Join us for a round trip in the spirit of 1935.
Our open wooden boat, the m./s. STEGEHOLM, with her captain and our guide in typical uniforms of the era, all contribute to what is a rather special experience.
The tour takes us around the central ereas of Stockholm, through the harbour and under bridges.
The boat sails from the Statue of Gustav III, just by the Royal Palace and from Strömkajen.
Tour length appox. 1 hour.
DROTTNINGHOLM TOUR: TOUR LENGTHS
4 HOURS, Restaurant on board.
Departures from Stadshusbron
Meet the guide on 'STADSHUSBRON" in front of the TURN OF THE CENTURY SHIP, m./s.
Prins Carl Philip built in 1901.
During the boat ride the guide will explain about the route Stockholm's History and what will await you when you reach the castle.
Upon arrival you can visit the palace's exhibition floor, followed by the unique 18th Century Theatre where performances are still given during the summer.
On performance days we visit the China Palace instead, or take a walk through the magnificent palace grounds.
The tour is concluded with a boat trip back to Stockholm.
is called: "HISTORICAL CANAL" and will take only 1 hour but....it is magnificent!
You are very welcome aboard for this journey through Stockholm's History!
In addition to its narrow canals and leafy shorelines , you will discover the history of the city and many of its famous buildings.
This guided tour, devised by one of the leading experts on the city of Stockholm , takes us round Kungsholmen, Långholmen and Reimersholmen.
You will enjoy each and every minute!!!
There are 6 sightseeing boat tours with "normal" motorized tour boats, which of course is quite different from tours with the REAL OLD STEAMERS!
I SHALL TELL YOU ABOUT THE 6 TOURS IN 6 SMALL CHAPTERS....and then the choice is yours!!!
Buy a ticket for a boat trip- I would prefer the archipelago. But you can also go on a sightseeingtrip
for exampel 'under the bridges of Stockholm' (2hours)
The archipelago, 24 000 islands- need I say more.
Take one of the several offered BOAT TRIPS from the old town pier near the Grand Hotel. There are various directions, to the romantic Djurgarden island or to the Stockholm archipelago...
A good way to relax and sip the city's special atmosphere - you can easily forget that you are in a big metropolis (at least it's a very Scandinavian one!)
to Djugarden. A guided tour of the canals in Stockholm. Very nice insight of the settlers and architecture of the city.
As the city is built on several islands some sites must be approached by a boat. Seeing the city from a boat gives it a unique quality.
Take a cruise! For an example see the 'There and Back Again' travelouge.
Sit back and relax as the biggest cruise ships in Europe take you through the archipegalo to foreign shores.