Seil inn i den fredelige Djurgårdsbrunnskanalen, hvor båten passerer flere historiske bygninger, museer og vakre grøntområder. Når kanalen åpner seg mot havet igjen, går turen tilbake mot byen og forbi Fjäderholmarna og museet Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, det vakre tidligere hjemmet til den svenske prins Eugen.
Få med deg Vasa-museet i utkanten på øyen Djurgården, et sjøfartsmuseum som stiller ut det nesten helt intakte 1600-tallsskipet Vasa, som sank på jomfruturen sin i 1628.
Beundre den store og travle øyen Södermalm, hvis bydel med samme navn er en av de mest tettbefolkede bydelene i Skandinavia. Deretter kan du betrakte slusene og broene rundt det sentrale området Slussen, som ligger ved elven Söderström som forbinder Södermalm og Gamla stan. Området er oppkalt etter slusene mellom innsjøen Mälaren og Østersjøen.
Ta til deg den vakre panoramautsikten over Stockholm før båten legger til kai igjen og den 50 minutter lange båtturen er over.
- Sightseeing cruise med 100-passasjer kanalbåt
- Lydkommentarer tilgjengelig på 11 språk
- Fargeblyanter og papir til barn
- Hotel pickup og drop-off
- Mat og drikke tilgjengelig for kjøp om bord
- Bekreftelse mottas ved bestillingstidspunktet
A great tour with bite size information on the whole of Sweden. Great for people who are rushing for time but do not want to miss knowing Sweden's history. Just feel that unlike the other tour with Viator, this lack personal touch. We are also unable to ask questions for places we are more interested in.
We really enjoyed this introductory tour of Stockholm. Headsets provide multi-language options. 50 minutes is a nice time to be on one of these low profile motorized barges that are able to pass under the low bridges. Recommended.
Great way to get a lot of Stockholm info in a short time. Was a wonderful jumping off point to see what we were interested in.
Enjoyable - even though it was -4C outside! Scenery beautiful in the snow - would like to see it again in summer. On time, good audio information.
Initially I had a hard time finding a boat tour at all signing up from the US before I got there, as Viator only listed days and dates that didn't really suit my planned activities in the fall, many museums and historic sites have abbreviated hours or are only open on the weekends or only on the weekdays so you end up juggling your schedule. I had signed up for this canal tour on a particular day, but when I was in Stockholm I ended up near the pier the day before after visiting a museum. On a chance I went to the office and asked if they would honor my ticket for the next day and let me go then and there, and they were very flexible. This made a huge difference to me I was able to go on long day trip the next day. So, very nice staff! You shouldn't leave Stockholm without a boat trip or six....It is such a beautiful city and you can't appreciate it fully without seeing it from the water. My one frustration is that parts of the actual canal part of the route are not the most thrilling. You do see some interesting things but there's a rather slow, dull stretch when you are smelling engine fumes. It's nicer when you are in more open water. However you do see some nice views of parts of the city you could see no other way. The best boat trips around Stockholm are mostly seasonal or were on days of the week when I was not there. Summer time is the best, tho I think there is one winter one that might be beautiful for hardy sorts.
WE thoroughly enjoyed our canal ride. However, we were told by Viatour that we could walk to the viatour location from our ship in approximately 15 minutes. However, this was INCORRECT INFORMATION. It would have taken over 40 minutes and we had to take a taxi. Also, we would have loved to sit outside on the back of the boat, but no one told us and we ended up inside having to take photos through the window.
Aside from the land tour, we also wanted to see the city from the water. This is a good tour to take. We learned a lot of new information that we did not hear from the HOHO tour.