Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and home of Active Scandinavia
The fascinating Venice of the north has a lot to offer: urban feeling, parks and pure nature, culture, music and a wide range of possibilities for families. Foodies will get their money's worth in Stockholm with local and ecologically produced dishes and for nature lovers the nearest park is never far away. On our cycle tours in and around Stockholm you can look forward to this exciting mix. Get to know and maybe even fall in love with the beauty of the capital of Sweden from a bicycle perspective. We have long been fascinated by Sweden. Have fun on a journey of discovery through our homeland.
Cycle around Sweden's capital
Our bike classic since hour one! Discover Stockholm and its surroundings along one of Sweden's largest lakes. You cycle through varied landscapes with a constant view onto beautiful water, as one of the countless lakes or the sea are never far away. But on our popular round trips you will not only experience breathtaking natural scenery, you will also follow the historical traces of Sweden. There are many interesting things to explore from the Viking Age until today: royal palaces such as Drottningholm Palace, Taxinge or Tullgarn, as well as the parks of Stockholm, picturesque small towns such as Mariefred and Trosa and the idyllic wideness of Sweden.
- All information about our Stockholm round tour can be found here
Discover the most beautiful areas of Stockholm
If you're one of those people who don't want to pack their bags every day, we can highly recommend our Stockholm based in one hotel tours. Starting from the same hotel, you are going to explore a new corner of the city every day. The daily excursions take you to many unique sights, such as Drottningholm Palace, Stockholm's beautiful archipelago and much more. Let yourself be enchanted by Sweden's capital.
Stockholm's wonderful archipelago
If you visit Stockholm, you should also see its beautiful archipelago! On this bike tour you not only experience the Scandinavian flair of the Swedish capital, but also get to know some of the most beautiful archipelago islands. In total it is over 30,000 islands. The perfect mix of capital city and island life, peppered with culinary highlights and pure nature as far as the eye can see. So, what are you waiting for?
- Read more about our cycle tour "Island hopping around Stockholm"
Cycle around Lake Mälaren
Lake Mälar is Sweden's third largest lake after Vänern and Vättern and about twice the size of Lake Constance in Germany. Many well-known and beautiful cities are located along the lake - above all Stockholm, but also Södertälje, Mariefred, Eskilstuna, Västerås, Enköping and Sigtuna inspire with Scandinavian flair and a certain relaxation. The sights along the lake are also worth to see: Drottningholm palace in Stockholm, Gripsholm palace in Mariefred, rune stones and Iron Age graves or Strömsholm Castle. Sigtuna deserves a special mention - together with Lund it is Sweden's oldest city. If you want, you can book this trip even with an overnight stay in University city Uppsala, Sweden's fourth largest city.
- More information about the Lake Mälar cycle tour can be found here
Stockholm for grownups and children
Sweden in general and Stockholm in particular are truly a paradise for families with children. It is quite obvious - who doesn't like to look back on all the great Astrid Lindgren books and series about Pippi Longstocking, Ronia the Robber's Daughter or Emil of Lönneberga? It is precisely these memories that come true, for example, in children's museum Junibacken or on the island of Birka, the city of the Vikings. Of course, a boat trip should not be missing here either, Stockholm should and can be discovered in different ways.
- Read more about our Stockholm family cycle tour
Weekend trip in Stockholm
Stockholm in four days, for everyone who is at home outdoors and loves exploring cities in an active way! On closer inspection, the noble Nordic capital of Sweden turns out to be an absolute outdoor Mecca. A wonderful network of cycle paths, countless parks and green islands make it easy to explore the city both by bike and on foot. There is also water - both from Lake Mälar, Sweden's third largest lake, and the Baltic Sea. Why choose when you can have it all...
- read more about our short break trip in Stockholm