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In 2010, the EU Commission announced that Stockholm was the first city to be named the European Green Capital. Sweden’s capital is committed to sustainability, and to this end encourages travellers to visit the city in the most mindful and eco-conscious ways possible. The best and most environmentally friendly way to see the city is by leaving taxis and public transport behind, and exploring Stockholm’s cultural sites, famous archipelago and abundant nature reserves by foot, boat or bicycle. Get a new and more sustainable perspective on Stockholm with these unique city tours.
Starting off in the heart of the city, this bike tour takes you to see all the landmarks and famous locations while taking you through the intimate and well-hidden bike lanes that only a true Stockholmer knows about. We will cover the island that has given the city its nickname the ‘Venice of the North’ as well as give you valuable insights into fun things you can do, parks you can enjoy time in and amazing restaurants you can indulge your appetite with. Continuing your adventure on some of the 760 kilometres of bike lines that runs through the city you will ride out to the world’s first-ever city national park and experience what true nature in metropolitan city really feels like. You are encouraged to bring your camera as you will undoubtedly see skylines, panoramic views and natural beauty that is worth capturing in a lens. Stockholm is constantly voted as one of the most beautiful and bike-friendly cities in the world. Come and see why!
Experience Stockholm’s city archipelago on this adventurous two-hour kayaking tour that’s perfect for both experienced kayakers and beginners. Meet your expert guide and head to one of Stockholm’s most protected bays to learn how to paddle a kayak. Then, embark on your exciting kayak tour to take in the city’s central islands and picturesque bridges while viewing its highlights from the water. Look out for Stockholm City Hall, Riddarholmen Kyrka, Gamla Stan, Södermalm and Långholmen.
Walk through stunning protected area, just 20 minutes from the city. Spend the day out in nature and leave the busy city life behind you. Enjoy a delicious lunch prepared on a campfire and maybe go for a swim in Sweden’s lakes.
Kayaking is a great way to see the nicest spots in the archipelago. Explore the islands and the Baltic Sea safely with a local sea kayaking guide. Paddle into a far stretched world that exists of 30,000 islands, and enjoy lunch on your own private one.
Explore the beautiful Swedish forests and landscapes outside Stockholm on this private overnight tour with a local guide. Enjoy dinner and breakfast by an open fire and sleep under the stars. Get off the beaten path and discover fairytale glades and picturesque small lakes. Wake up to birdsong, a warming fire and hot coffee or freshly made pine tea after the best sleep of your life before hiking back.