Would you like to hear the darkest secrets of Stockholm? If so, this is your tour! During one and a half hour we will tell you the mysteries and legends of Gamalstan, and at the end we will go to some pubs and have a couple of drinks together!
With this tour you would get to know the other side of history, as many kings have died in mysterious ways… and there are yet some cases unresolved. Strange things have happened on this island.
Once we are done we will offer you to come along for some drinks or dinner, which is optional of course, we want you to feel free to join us, and keep having fun. As these pubs are also live music establishments, there is no age restriction to enter, there is for buying alcohol of course.
We know that most places in Stockholm are closed by 18:00 and this is why we have designed this tour, so that you can visit the city during the day (museums) and join us for this walk and dinner to keep exploring the city!
There are limited spots, so please book with enough time!
- 19:00 PM
How to find me: we are on the roundabout, the guide has a rainbow umbrella.
What we will see:
- Gustav Adolph Vasa
- Charles XII
- Queen Cristina and Rene Descartes
- Kalmar Union
- Gustav III
- Viking punishments
- Stockholm Bloodbath
- Black death…
¿What is the price?
Ours tours in Stockholm are based on tips, this means that you don’t have to pay anything when booking the tours, but we expect your help because this is our only income. This means that the tour is “pay what you want”.
In order to maintain the quality in our tours, you need to make a booking. If you cant make it, please cancel the booking so that we don’t wait for you and someone else can book your spot.
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