Stockholm Private Tour
Stockholm for you: Durante el paseo vera muchas de las 14 islas que componen la ciudad de Estocolmo.
La isla del Sur escenario de las novelas del Milenium, la Isla de la Nobleza donde se encuentra el edificio mas antiguo de la ciudad, la Isla del Rey con su majestuoso Ayuntamiento , la ciudad moderna, la elegante zona del Este con su destacada arquitectura zona frecuentada por las princesas, la Isla del Parque de Animales zona de recreacion desde hace varios siglos actualmente parte del Parque Ecologico de la ciudad.
Con paradas para fotos y una caminata en La Ciudad Antigua o Gamla Stan.
Su guia le explicara de la historia y la vida cotidiana.
El recorrido se adapta al interes particular del cliente.
-Stockholm Private Tour-
Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden, with nearly 2 million inhabitants within its vicinities.
The inner city is made up of 14 islands connected by some 50 bridges on Lake Mälaren, which flows into the brackish Baltic Sea and passes the Stockholm archipelago with some 24,000 islands and islets.
Stockholm is a cosmopolitan place with both classical and modern architecture, and a captivating Old Town, Gamla Stan. Over 30% of the city area is made up of waterways, and another 30% is made up of green spaces. Air quality is third best of the European capitals – behind Berlin and Copenhagen.
The South Island: Millennium, Isle of Nobility where the oldest building in town is the Isla del Rey with its majestic Town Hall, the modern city, the elegant East with outstanding architecture area Haunted by the princesses Island Animal Park recreation area for several centuries now is an ecological Park City.
With stops for photos and a walk in Ancient City or Gamla Stan.
Your guide will explain the history and the daily life.
The tour is customized to the particular interests of the clients.
Stockholm is not the oldest town in Sweden. As Sigtuna, Sweden’s first capital, was sacked by pirates in 1187, the Swedes built up fortresses along the inlet of Mälaren, and Birger Jarl (Jarl is a title corresponding to British Earl) had a fortress built on an island later known as Gamla Stan. The first records of Stockholm were written in 1252 by Birger. As the land raised, the Stockholm straits became the only waterway between Mälaren and the Baltic Sea during the 15th century, replacing Uppsala as the effective capital. Since King Gustavus Vasa liberated Stockholm in 1523, Stockholm has remained Sweden’s most important centre of commerce though Gothenburg later became the largest international port. During the 17th century, Stockholm was the base of the Swedish Empire, with a land area twice the country’s current size, nearly encircling the Baltic Sea.
The city contains buildings from all ages since the 13th century. Like the rest of Sweden it was untouched by the World Wars, but particularly between 1955 and 1975, hundreds of old buildings in Norrmalm were demolished in a large-scale modernization process, encouraged by similar projects in other European cities. Since then, only infills and a few areas have been developed with the new architecture in central Stockholm.