Hop onboard one of our Hop On – Hop Off sightseeing buses and explore the Swedish capital's beautiful attractions with a ticket for 72 hours. This bus sightseeing tour starts at the Royal Opera and stops at all the most beautiful and well-known places in Stockholm. The Old Town with its world-famous colorful houses, the old royal hunting ground Djurgården, or the southern island Södermalm with its hip urban atmosphere - this tour is where you see it all!
And while your ticket is valid, you're free to ride our hop-on hop-off buses as much as you like. So join us on a complete sightseeing tour of Stockholm or hop off and get on again later to explore the city's sights and to experience the atmosphere - enjoy your trip in the most flexible and stress free way possible!
The complete Hop On – Hop Off bus tour takes around 100 minutes and includes about 20 stops along the way, including the cruise terminals. This bus ticket is valid on both our green Hop On – Hop Off buses and our red City Sightseeing Worldwide buses.
You can even buy your ticket to ABBA The Museum on board. By displaying your active full-fare ticket (adult ticket), you also have 1 free entrance at Gröna Lund.
New sights and stops From 1th of April, the bus stops at the Museum park in Djurgården. In the Museum park, in a beautiful setting along the canal you find the Martime History Museum, Ethnograpic Museum, The National museum of Science and Technology, Police Museum and the National Sports Museum.
Children 6-15 yrs: Half price - Children 0-5 yrs: Free of charge
Free Wi-Fi and free map
Departure point: Strömgatan next to the Royal Opera and 22 other stops.
Timetable see pictures
Tour length: 1 hour 40 minutes
Guide via headphones - Swedish, English, Estonian, Finnish, German, French, Spanish; Castilian, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese
Please note: Traffic Change 9 December 2018 – 20 June 2019, stops 2, 3, 7, 8 Hop On - Hop Off Bus: Due to construction work, the bus must go in reverse direction in Gamla Stan/Old Town during the period 9 December 2018 – 20 June 2019. We regret the inconvenience it may cause.