Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour
The Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour incorporates 3 of Stockholm’s main site attractions! The Old Town, the island of Djurgarden and the Vasa Museum.
From the cruise port, you can take a shuttle bus to the Opera Building. Here your fully licensed tour guide will meet you for this 3 hour accessible walking tour in Stockholm.
On this walking tour you will have the opportunity to visit the Old Town. This is where it all began. This is where Stockholm was once founded. You will learn about legends of the city and the people that used to live there. On the walk of the Old Town, you will also pass sights such as the Royal Palace, the Coronation Church and St George and the Dragon.
You will also take a ferry ride to the Vasa Museum. The ferry ride only takes 10 minutes but allows you to see the beautiful city of Stockholm from the water. You can enjoy the views of the Old Town and the island of Sodermalm, the museum of Photography and a whole lot more!
The Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
- 3 hour walking/rolling tour
- Lively commentary by an officially-certified, English-speaking tour guide
- Tour guide familiar with the needs of disabled travelers
- Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities in Stockholm!
If you’d prefer a full day tour that includes wheelchair accessible transfers, consider the Highlights of Stockholm Accessible Cruise Excursion. Or if you’d rather take a shorter tour that includes accessible transfers, we recommend the Panoramic Stockholm Accessible Driving Tour.
- Royal Palace
- City Hall
- Vasa Museum (interior visit and lunch)
The Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour has a 3 star Sage Accessibility Rating because it follows a step-free route. It did not receive a higher rating because the route includes some hills and cobblestones and it does not include transportation from the cruise dock.
The tour route has been designed to follow sidewalk ramps so you can avoid curbs. This Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour will also avoid some of the most severe cobblestones in Stockholm like those (shown on the right)
The ferry ride is accessible and has a wheelchair ramp at one end of the ferry ride (shown on the left) Ramp followed by one step at the other end (shown on the right)
This Essential Stockholm Accessible Walking Tour will also offer you the opportunity to visit the interior of the Vasa Museum. Here you will see a ship that was built in the 1600’s; it took sail on its maiden voyage only to sail 20 minutes before going to the bottom of the sea (shown on the left) You will also see the Royal Palace (shown on the right)
Tour duration: 3 hours
Cost: 1-2 people SEK 4150, 3 people SEK 4793, 4 people SEK 4977, 5 people SEK 5622, 6 people SEK 5801. All prices include Ferry Ticket, Accessible Public Transportation (one-way), English speaking tour guide and entrance tickets to the Vasa Museum.
** €50 off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: 9:00 AM or time ship arrives
Meet-up place: In front of the Opera Building
Dress code: None
Maximum number of people on tour: 5 wheelchair user plus 5 other people
Entrance tickets: Included
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, and no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities, and transportation costs.
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