Our Tours in English

City Tour  •  Old Town Tour  •  Söder Tour  •  Death in Old Town

The tours have different meeting points, please make sure where your tour starts. Click on any tour for more info and a map for where to meet.

Free Tour Stockholm City Tour Group

Stockholm City Tour


Start here! This entertaining tour takes you around the inner City area. Our guide will tell you about a murdered king, show you where the Nobel Prizes are handed out and reveal the origins of the term “Stockholm Syndrome”. It’s a great overall tour and the perfect introduction to Stockholm!
Meeting point: The top of large stairs by Sergels torg.

Free Tour Stockholm Söder Tour Group

Söder Tour


A real rags to riches story. Hip and bohemian area Södermalm used to be the poorest place in town but is now known as “Stockholm’s Brooklyn”. Learn about the witch trials that took place here and get some insight into the everyday life of Stockholm. What exactly is a latte dad and how come there are so many of them? This tour also features the most amazing views of the city – don’t forget your camera!
Meeting point: Outside the Stockholm City Museum by the Slussen metro entrance (exit Södermalmstorg).

Free Tour Stockholm Old Town Tour Group

Old Town Tour


Delve deep down in history with this tour of Stockholms most famous area, founded way back in the 13th century. You’ll get to experience the narrow alleyways and cobblestone streets while our guide tells you toe-curling stories with this tour of Stockholm’s bloody past. Royalty, ghosts and vikings. This one has it all!
Two Meeting points: Old Town Sergel starts at the top of large stairs by Sergels torg. Old Town Slussen starts outside the Stockholm City Museum by the Slussen metro.

A vision of death stands behind a woman. Picture courtesy by the Wellcome Collection.

Death in Old Town


This bloodcurdling tour is not for those who scare easily! In fact, it’s all about the DARK and HORRIBLE side of Stockholm’s history. Murders, grave robbers, the horribly inefficient ways doctors prevented and cured the plague in the 18th century, why Alfred Nobel was so afraid of being buried alive, and the gruesome punishments given to the murderer of King Gustav III in 1792.
Meeting point: Outside the Stockholm City Museum by the Slussen metro entrance (exit Södermalmstorg).

Schedule for all tours