We will walk around Gamla Stan while talking about the history of the founding of Stockholm, there will be time to stop and take photos for Instagram or for family and friends back home. Afterward, we will stop and experience Fika at one of my favorite places in Stockholm. Total time will be about 2.5 hours. After Fika, I will give some recommendations for meal options afterward that are nearby.
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I am a Ph.D. student in Archaeology specializing in the migration patterns of Swedes during the Viking Age and early medieval period. So, with every tour, there will be a historic aspect. I have lived in Stockholm for some time so I have experienced the city and can recommend some great food and coffee houses that are off the beaten path.
We will head to Riddarsholmen on the Gamla Stan Island. Then go to the main island and show you the location of the Viking Rune Stone, the narrowest alley, the bloody history and the site of the Stockholm Bloodbath.
Crista is very friendly and she has an education also work background that enables her to explain about the history of Old Town. She understands details of the area including unique details. She makes the experience very personal, very friendly! Thanks for always willing to answers our questions despite some of it not really archeologically related, also for the tips of great places to visit and to eat :-)
Crista is very friendly and she has an education also work background that enables her to explain about the history of Old Town. She understands details of the area including uniqu…
Really had a great experience with Crista. She knows the history and the background of Stockholm very well and she also very friendly and accommodating plus provided recommendations of where to go and to eat. Recommended for those who interested with history. Even though the weather quite chills, she managed to make the walk enjoyable! Thank you Crista for today! All the best.
Really had a great experience with Crista. She knows the history and the background of Stockholm very well and she also very friendly and accommodating plus provided recommendation…
Bring some good walking shoes, the medieval streets are cobbled and can be tricky to walk on as some are loose or uneven. Bring a bottle of water as well, in case you get thirsty since the convenience stores are not as close to the sites.