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Red Sightseeing Stockholm: Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus and Boat Tour

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


    Hop-on, Hop-off Boat: Fridays to Sundays (up to April 8) // Daily (April 9 onwards)

  • Duration

    24 or 72 hours

  • Start time

    10am to 6pm, every 10-40 minutes - depending on the season

    Hop-on, Hop-off Boat: 10:15am // 11am // 11:45am // 12:30pm // 1:15pm // 2am // 2:45pm

  • Meeting Point
    You can hop on from any of the stops
  • Ending Point

    You can hop off at any of the stops

Key Highlights

  • Discover The Beauty on the Water, Stockholm, at your own pace over 24 or 48 hours
  • Explore the city both on land and from water using the bus and boat tickets
  • Hop on and off as much as you wish to visit attractions like The Vasa Museum, Skeppsholmen and more
  • Enjoy easy conveyance with comprehensive routes and strategically located stops
  • Listen into an engaging audio commentary and enjoy Free WiFi on board


Explore the best of Stockholm’s endless charms with this Hop-on, Hop-off Bus and Boat Tour from Red Sightseeing. Valid for 24 or 48 hours, you can enjoy unlimited access to the buses as well as boats operating throughout the day and see the major attractions of the city either over a day or comfortably over three days if you have enough time in hand. 

The Red Sightseeing buses and boats allow you to hop on and off as much as you wish over 24 or 72 hours, easily getting up close with your favourite attractions. Getting around the city is an absolute breeze with comprehensive routes and strategically located stops. Not to mention, you can enjoy some delightful tidbits about the city listening in to the multilingual audio guides on board the buses.

Attractions Covered

  • Royal Palace
  • Nybroplan
  • Vasa Museum
  • Skeppsholmen
  • Gröna Lund and ABBA The Museum
  • Fotografiska
  • Slussen

.... and more!

About the Supplier: Red Sightseeing offers Hop-on Hop-off tours in three different European cities. 


  • 24 or 72-hour hop-on, hop-off bus and boat tickets
  • Pre-recorded audio commentary in 14 languages
  • Free WiFi


  • Entrances, unless specified

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Please note

Voucher Type: Paper

Stockholm is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.

Information for Cruise ship passengers: The Red Sightseeing buses meet all cruise ships visiting Stockholm upon arrival including Frihamnen (F634, F650, and F658) and Stadsgården(S167) from 8am. All the buses then operate from the port all day as part of the regular route.

Additional info

Children up to 12 years travel for free. Please note that you need to add the child tickets to your booking.

Customer Reviews

  • 4
    05/27/2018 Beth McKinzie, United States
  • 4
    Very good tour of Stockholm
    07/03/2017 Martin Mintz, United States
  • 4
    06/06/2017 Anthony Searle, South Africa

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