Stockholm Subway Art Tour

  • See the world's longest art exhibition: the Stockholm metro system.

  • Duration icon2h
    Participants icon1 - 4
    Offered in English
  • Stockholm Subway Art Tour

  • See the world's longest art exhibition: the Stockholm metro system.

  • Duration icon2h
    Participants icon1 - 4
    Offered in English
  • Offered in English
  • Meet your host, Stefani B
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    Friendly Tour Guide with two years experience in providing tailor made tours in Stockholm, mixing business & pleasure, as I always gain as much as I give. Positive, always smiling, making friends and having fun while doing the best job - providing my guests/travelers the most memorable experience from the city I call home.

  • What you will see and do

    Welcome to Stockholm! Aside from beautiful outdoors, architecture and interesting history, Stockholm offers the world largest subway art exhibition! Do not miss this, as you will see subway in general from a different perspective- clean, calm and artistic. In total 90 out of 110 stations are well crafted, but I will show you some of the most eye-catching and from my perspective, most unique.

    The Stockholm subway system has 3 lines: blue, red and green, and we will cover the best of all of them.

  • Included iconWhat's included

    This activity includes only time spent with me.
  • Not included iconWhat's not included

    This tour does not include any additional things as coffee, food or transport ticket. But I am happy to take you afterwards for a traditional Swedish fika if you'll like me. ;)
  • Policy iconCancellation policy

  • We meet at Slussen T-bana metro station (and from there you should have a valid transport ticket for at least two hours, how long the tour lasts.

  • 2 Reviews

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    June 2018

    I bought the tickets for my friend’s birthday, and we LOVED it. Our little trip to Stockholm didn’t go as planned because of flights delays, but what made our whole adventure was the Tour with Stefani. She was adorable, really friendly and she knew her stuffs and she told us a lot about Sweden or Stockholm in general, really interesting. I was hoping to have details on the history of the tube stations and she gave us everything we were hoping for ! Also she was really patient whenever we wanted to stop to take pictures, and she accepted to stop at some stations just because we requested them. Last but not least, she stayed almost one extra hour with us, which was lovely. And finally she advised us some restaurants and spots to see, that we didn’t fail to love ! I would 100% recommend the tour with Stefani, we will definitely have some amazing stories to tell our friends and family. Here’s my friend’s review as well who was with me for the tour : Thank you Stefani for making my birthday gift even better, I really loved what you said about the different stations, it gave one more thing to the beauty of it ! You were really really adorable and really patient with us as the kids we are, who love taking pictures of everything ! TACK and hope to see you again 🙌

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    June 2018

    There is a free guided tour of the subway art, but my experience with free tours is that they have big groups. We prefer smaller, more personalized, tours. Stefani provided a really interesting experience. She is very engaging and easy going. She is not a native Swede which allows her to give a different perspective on Swedish life than the native guides give. She showed us several stops in an efficient route. We had plenty of time to take pictures and ask questions at each station.

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