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Stockholm 3-Hour Private Guided Bike Tour2 Reviews
Explore Stockholm from the saddle of one of the city’s official City Bikes on a 3-hour guided bike tour, cycling down some of Stockholm’s 450 miles (760 kilometers) of bike lanes. See monuments such as the City Hall, the home of Alfred Nobel, and more.
- Explore Stockholm in an environmentally-friendly way
- Check out the Swedish capital's different islands
- Stop to take photos of city monuments, such as City Hall and the Royal Palace
DescriptionGet off the beaten track and see residential Stockholm as well as historic monuments on this 3-hour guided bike tour using the city’s official bike hire scheme. You are encouraged to purchase your City Bike card in advance and turn up armed with one of Stockholm’s official City Bikes ready to cycle some of the 450 miles (760 kilometers) of bike lanes. Suitable for active types, the energetic tour passes through the islands of Kungsholmen, Långholmen, and Södermalm as well as the Old Town, taking in sights such as City Hall, one of the homes and factories of Alfred Nobel and the former city prison. You will have plenty of opportunities to stop and take photos while learning more about Stockholm and its different islands. Enjoy a hot or cold beverage, depending on the weather, along the way.
Includes3-hour bike tour in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish Private Guide Bike Rental Fika (coffee/tea and pastry) Gratuities (optional)
- If you would like to purchase a City Bike card from the guide, please be at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before the tour departs. You will need to present valid ID. To access the City Bikes you need a City Bike card. The card can be purchased at most hotels and Tourist Information Centers and at a few 7-elevens. There are about 95 City Bike stands around the city, and you have to check your bike in to one every 3 hours.