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  2. Stockholm County
  3. Stockholm

Stockholm: Historical Canal Tour by Boat

Product ID: 75413
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Take a tour around Stockholm's second-largest island on M/S Sjöfröken, built in 1875. Listen to commentary about the city's historical heritage.
About this activity
Duration 50 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Host or greeter
Swedish, English
Audio guide/headphones
Swedish, English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Cruise around Kungsholmen, Stockholm's second-largest island
  • Enjoy a canal tour on the historic M/S Sjöfröken
  • Hear about Stockholm's heritage from commentary on board
Full description
Learn about Stockholm's history on a 50-minute M/S Sjöfröken cruise. The tour begins at Klara Mälarstrand and before long you’ll be sailing past the City Hall, one of Stockholm’s most iconic buildings, and where the Nobel banquet is held each year.

Continue across Riddarfjärden before entering the lush canals around Långholmen Island and Reimersholme. It won’t be long before you're out in the open again, now heading for Karlbergs Palace.

Pass by one of Stockholm’s most recently built residential areas, where people from all over the city gather to enjoy warm summer evenings. M/S Sjöfröken then enters the final canal of the cruise before returning to Klara Mälarstrand.
Includes
  • Boat tour
  • Commentary in Swedish and English
What’s Not Included
  • Meals and drinks
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

The meeting point is Klara Mälarstrand, Stockholm.

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Customer reviews
Overall rating
3.4 / 5
based on 19 reviews
Review summary
Service
3.7/5
Organization
3.8/5
Value for money
3.7/5
Safety
3.9/5

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Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB

Product ID: 75413