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- Cruising through Stockholm’s canals
- Seeing some of Stockholm’s greatest landmarks
- Cruising along the coast of the second-largest archipelago in the Baltic Sea
Know before you book
- Most boat tours are not wheelchair accessible
- Luggage and large bags are not allowed
- Some vessels have a weight limit
- Most tours are affordable
- You get to see many sights in a short amount of time
- Different tours focus on different parts of Stockholm
- Meals are included on some tours
- Tours are offered in multiple languages
- Most tours are not wheelchair friendly
- Some tours have weight restrictions
- Food and drinks have to be purchased at an additional cost on some tours.
- Well organized
- Free WI-FI on board
- Toilets on the boat
- An audio guide to provide you commentary
- Audio guide available in different languages (depending on tour)
- The running hours of the canal tours change seasonally
Located in Scandinavia, Sweden is more officially regarded as a Kingdom. It is renowned for its natural spectacled events such as the Northern Lights, as well as its coffee-break culture, Fika!
Sweden is any travelers paradise, offering tourists a wide array of activities. These include indulging in the finest Nordic cuisine, getting lost in the medieval cities or simply exploring the country’s natural landscape.
Destinations in Sweden: Sweden Touring
Sweden is thinly populated with about 10-million inhabitants, in spite of the fact that it is Northern Europe’s largest country. This makes exploring its countryside more accessible due to a policy entitled ‘Allemansratt’, which means ‘every man’s right (to access nature)’. In other words, everyone in Sweden has open and free access to the majestic nature that the country has to offer, given that you respect the land.
Therefore the few cities that are within the country each hold their own unique importance to the lands surrounding it. The country’s largest cities are Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo, which are all located in the Southern section of the country.
The majority of the country is unexploited and untouched. Explore it on any one of the varied tours offered, and take in the incredible such as nature and architecture! One of Sweden’s most valued destinations is the Swedish Lapland, which in the polar nights, exposes the spectacle that is the Northern Lights.
Due to Sweden’s lengthy latitude, its climate varies nationally as it expands over many different terrains. However, in the Winter this country is almost entirely covered in snow! A Sweden summer is brief, yet the temperatures are suitable for comfortable and pleasant tours of Sweden and its landscape.
Popular Tours in Sweden
Sweden is a large and complicated country to navigate alone, one of the reasons why guided tours of Sweden are recommended! The country attracts a fortune of tourists each year, and hence group activities in Sweden are plentiful.
The country has a rich feudal history with its neighbors, as well as a Nordic culture which is evident in its medieval cities.
Sweden Tours from Stockholm
Being the cultural hub of the country, as well as the Capital city, Stockholm is often regarded as the ‘Venice of the North’! This owes to its archipelago of islands and waterways that cut the city into different and distinct parts.
Fortunately, a Royal Canal Tour of the city is available to view all the city’s varying characteristics. An audio guide will aid you in grasping the layout of the canals, as well as educate you about the history of the country.
What’s more is that on this Sweden tour you can treat yourself to some refreshments while viewing the colorful city, and participate in Fika culture by having a cup of coffee with your travel buddy!
The tour spans 1-hour and will show you how the locals make use of the canals in their daily travel! Should 1-hour be too short, you also have the option to make this a full-day tour. This should guarantee you breath-taking views of the city, as well as give you new knowledge of its structure and formation.
Stockholm may be Sweden’s most populated and largest city, yet it is still surrounded by clean waters to swim in and rural islands. You’re never too far away from a nature getaway in any city in Sweden.
Stockholm is also the most visited destination in the country, and presents plenty of opportunities for family tours. We find that the tour is best during the Spring/Summer months (May – September). You have complete visibility of the archipelago, as well as the colorful buildings that are on the banks of the sea!
Sweden is a massive country, and guided tours can only offer so much information. Here are some trending questions from other travelers to help make your travel experience more comfortable.
Is Sweden a Good Place to Live?
Sweden forms part of the innovative Nordic countries which all provide a high quality of life and equality for their inhabitants. Companies here are inclusive and gender-diverse, and the country is a largely accepting one too, with a flourishing LGBTQIA+ community.
So despite the occasionally harsh weather conditions, it’s a terrific place to live.
Is Learning Swedish Hard for English speakers?
Swedish is a Nordic language that is known to be the easiest out of the Scandinavian languages to learn, if your mother-tongue is English.
Pronunciations are often the biggest challenge for English-speakers. Yet the country offers extensive courses that will ensure you can become an avid Swedish-speaker. These courses are completed much quicker than Arabic language courses.
Is Sweden Expensive?
If you’ve been to Sweden’s neighbors such as Norway, you’ll feel like Sweden is relatively cheap. That is, in comparison to the Top 10 most expensive countries to live, in which Sweden has yet to be placed.
If you’re on a budget on your trips to Sweden, you can make it work here by shopping at its discounted retail outlets and by not tipping, as this is not obligatory.