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Best Time To Go

April - December

Holiday Length

3 nights

Price guide

From £2,475pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
Holiday type

City break, Tailor-made


Stockholm city break

Island-sprawling Stockholm is a capital like no other. On your Stockholm city break, spend three nights exploring its glorious waterways, leafy parks and medieval old town. Island-hop the spectacular Swedish capital with a private tour of Djurgården, a royal hunting ground turned city park. Stockholm holidays let you walk freely on the rooftops of its medieval Old Town and marvel at a 17th-century warship raised from the seabed. And what’s more: you’ll be staying at a cool, contemporary hotel in the heart of a cool, contemporary city.

UK - Stockholm

A third of Stockholm is water. And just as much is parkland. Spreading itself across 14 islands, Stockholm is not your typical city. It’s an inviting, air-filled capital that is as much about nature as culture and commerce. Striking out from the cool, contemporary and central Nobis Hotel, spend your first afternoon getting your bearings as you delve into the city’s narrow lanes and hip cafes.


Your guide will be happy to explore wherever you wish to in the city on a half-day tailored tour. Djurgården is Stockholm’s green island: this former royal hunting ground is now a verdant enclave. Here you can stroll through pine-and spruce-lined, explore trickling canals and discover welcoming cafes and museums. Another option is to head to the Vasa Museum and learn about the wooden warship that sank in Stockholm’s harbour during her maiden voyage. That was in 1628: she was finally raised in 1961. Afterwards you could try lunch on the outdoor terrace at Fem Sma Hus.


Gamla Stan is the medieval heart of the city, and a highlight of any Stockholm city break. A tangle of cobbled lanes and slender alleys, it’s huddled on a triangular isle. Here you can explore its atmospheric labyrinth of streets, or onto the rooftops for magnificent views. Learn about Stockholm’s past while gazing over City Hall and the cluster of old buildings and churches. Next, explore Södermalm, once a working class neighbourhood and now home to the city’s best bars. Why not add an hour-long private river cruise.

Stockholm - UK

Enjoy one final Swedish breakfast before leaving this island idyll and heading back to the UK.

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