Private guides and guided tours in Sweden
Private guides in Sweden
My name is Angus Carlsson. I am a local of the Stockholm County and a passionate history guide. I specialize in the Vikings but have a general interest in all of Swedish history.
Stockholm is an incredible place to visit with many enjoyable attractions and pleasant activities. You can see the best of the city by allowing a knowledgeable local guide such as Sofia Lindh to take you on a private guided tour of Stockholm. Your guide will gladly design a tour to suit your particular wishes, including the types of places you want to visit and the means you’d prefer for travel, whether by car, boat or even bicycle.
I am an experienced tour guide with a great passion for my job. I started working in 2002 and have since then been taking care of all kinds of groups; from small families to delegations on study visits. I do everything from theme excursions for people with special interests such as art or architecture, to uncomplicated feel-good tours.
Currency: Sweden krone
Calling Code: +46
COMMENTS ABOUT Sweden:
The Kingdom of Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe, sharing borders on the Scandanavian Peninsula with Norway and Finland. Sweden is also connected to the country of Denmark by a bridge/tunnel on the Oresund. Part of the country is north of the Arctic Circle, but most of southern Sweden is either agricultural land or covered by dense forests.
Climate and the length of daylight vary greatly depending on which part of the country you visit, although the Gulf Stream makes most of the country warmer and drier than other countries located on this latitude. In northern Sweden the sun never sets for part of the summer and never rises for part of the winter.
Visitors enjoy spending time in Sweden and come for everything from cultural and historical attractions, to outdoor adventures, to unique amusement parks. Climbing cliffs and exploring caves is a popular activity in Kullaberg, while exploring the 13th century UNESCO World Heritage ruins of Visby on the island of Gotland is another interesting attraction in Sweden. You must take time to visit the Royal Palace in Stockholm, and for a thrill ride you should take in the wooden roller coaster at the Liseberg Funpark in Gothenburg.
Dear Isabel, Thank you for your request. The cost is 80 Euro per hour and then entrance fees are excluded. Kind Stockholm regards Sofia