City Gay Tours offers this exciting walking tour to discover the history of the first Jewish settlers in Sweden since the 1800 century.
First we will visit Stockholms Great Synagogue with its beautiful interior and Assyrian/Moorish exterior.
Then we will follow a memorial to victims of the Holocaust which is engraved on the wall leading from the synagogue entrance to the Raoul Wallenberg Monuments, just before admiring the most beautiful subway station famous for its history with a Jewish twist, and then stroll through the charming narrow alleys of picturesque Gamla Stan – the Old Town.
We will dive deeper into the Jewish history at the new Jewish Museum and hear about the Jewish settlement established in 1775.
If we are lucky enough we will be able to watch the changing of the Royal Guard, at the Royal Palace, one of the worlds oldest routine.
We will continue our tour to visit the impressive City Hall, home to the world-renowned Nobel Prize banquet, and the magnificent Golden Hall which is decorated with eighteen million pieces of golden mosaic tiles.
The view of the city from the bohemian South Island, near the location of the Orthodox Synagogue will stun you and experience a beautiful ferryboat ride.
We will end our tour by exploring the spectacular Vasa battleship that sank on its maiden voyage 1628, located on the lush green Island of Djurgården.
Adult – 190€/pp
Minimum group of 2 people
Daily departures all year round at 10h
The Holocaust Memorial
Raoul Wallenberg Square
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