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Stockholm Winter City Break- Group Program

Photo: Jeppe Wikström Stockholm mediabank

January – March will be wintertime in Stockholm. Less crowded but still bustled with attractions and things to do. Not to mention the world class shopping! Find itineraries and activities for Stockholm winter seasons, for incentive and leisure groups. In January and February we can hope for ice and snow.   In January you will find bargain prices and sales are on. Visit the cosy classical cafés and gourmet restaurant. Just pick and choose your favourites – Stockholm offers a great variety of restaurants. Have a window table and just enjoy the view. The exciting museums will give warmth and unique experiences. In short, Stockholm has something to offer every time of the year.

Stockholm December City Break Package includes:

03 Accommodation in double room in a first class city hotel in the city centre
03 Breakfasts
1 Brunch onboard the vintage boat afternoon tour
1 Entrance fee for Vasa Museum
1 Entrance fee for Skansen Open Air Museum, Christmas Market
Transfer with private coach from/to Arlanda Airport and hotel
Transfer from/to Vasa Museum (Skansen at walking distance from Vasa)
Guided Panoramic City Tour

Itinerary Suggestion

Day 1. Your guide will meet at the airport and take you for a panoramic city tour by own coach. Check in to your first class hotel in the city centre.

Day 2. After breakfast explore e the beautiful old townThe Royal Palace, the Stockholm Cathedral and narrow alleys where picturesque cafés are packed tightly alongside charming shops filled with handicrafts and antiques.

At 12 noon every weekend, s/s Stockholm will take you on a three-hour cruise that includes a luscious and delicious brunch on board. You can enjoy both the food and the fantastic scenery as the boat cruises peacefully through Stockholm’s inner archipelago.

Day 3. After breakfast pick up by private coach to visit the Vasa Museum and Skansen Christmas Market located on the island of Djurgården. The museum displays the only almost fully intact 17th century ship that has ever been salvaged, the 64-gun warship Vasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628. The Vasa Museum opened in 1990 and is one of the most visited museums in Scandinavia.
Duration of visit will be approx 1,5 hour including the film in German. From the museum you could either walk or take the small ferry back to the city centre. Just near Vasa Museum you will also find the openair museum Skansen

Day 4. Departure, transfer with own coach from the hotel to Arlanda Airport.

Photo: Ulf Hinds Stockholm Visitors Board

Contact for net price: Travel Gate Sweden.

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