Hop-On Hop-Off bus tours offer audio tracks in fourteen different languages that explain the city's sites as you're passing by in their open-air double-decker bus. It's the perfect way for tourists to get to know Stockholm. There is no time commitment for these tours. You simply hop on or hop off the bus whenever you would like. This gives you plenty of opportunities to stop and dine or shop. What more convenient way to get shown around the city?
Royal Swedish Palace Tour
Sweden's Royal Palace is one of the largest palaces in all of Europe. The eighteenth-century palace has more than 600 rooms, 5 museums, and an armory with royal armor and costumes. The guided tours take roughly forty-five minutes and are jam-packed with things to see and learn about. Make sure you hang around after the tour so you don't miss the changing of the guard!
Stockholm Ghost Walk
Those of you brave enough to embark on the Stockholm Ghost Walk are in for a night of chilling history. The tour takes you on a 90-minute walk through the oldest parts of Stockholm, where you'll hear some spooky legends and witness some of the creepiest alleyways in Sweden. Be sure to be on the lookout for one of the Stockholm ghosts who reportedly make occasional appearances on these tours.