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When: Daily Hop-on, Hop-off Boat: Fridays to Sundays (up to April 8) // Daily (April 9 onwards)
Length: 24 or 72 hours
When: Fri to Sun (13 Jan - 8 Apr)Daily (9 Apr onwards)
Length: 24 hours
Compact and perfectly styled, Stockholm is the ever-evolving, modern city that mixes its historical past with 21st-century ideals. A Scandinavian city that despite its size, offers the traveller a welcome that’ll make you want to return. Locals call it ‘beauty on the water’, and once you’ve explored the 14 islands that make up the city, you’ll be in no doubt about its beauty. Walk among the cobbled streets and ochre-coloured buildings you’ll find Stockholm has historical and cultural attractions to suit all interests. History buffs will love the Royal Palace and the Vasa Museum. Music buffs there’s always the ABBA museum and for the adventurous opportunities to seek out the Northern Lights. So explore the city at your own pace with a Stockholm Hop-On, Hop-Off tour. The buses cover the main Stockholm attractions like the Royal Palace, the Vasa Museum, Old Town and Nybroviken amongst others and ensures that you don't miss a thing. We offer you these Stockholm tours at guaranteed low prices!
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