Discover the beautiful city of Stockholm with Red Buses in Open Air Double-Decker buses! Hop on and off as much as you like at any of our over 20 conveniently located stops around the city. We know Stockholm and our tour is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to explore the city’s must-see attractions and activities at your own pace!
The travel pass is valid for 24 or 72 hours, allowing you to plan your own itinerary and getting the most out of your Hop-on Hop-Off experience with Red Buses.
The tour is entertaining and informative with digitally recorded commentaries in 14 languages – ideal for tourists from all over the world! All passengers receive new earphones the first time they use their tickets.
With our Red Boats you can hop-on and hop-off at the various stops as often as you like. Stops include places such as the Royal Palace, the Vasa Museum (Also nearby other popular “must see” attractions), Old Town, Nybroviken (downtown area with shopping and restaurants). The boats also stop at the cruise terminal 167 “Stadsgårdskajen”.
Information to Cruise ship passengers
Our buses meet all cruise ships visiting Stockholm up on arrival including Freeport ( F634, F650 and F658) and Stadsgården( S167) from 8 am.
All buses then operate the port all day as part of the regular route.
The following commentary languages are available for this tour.
We have friendly and experienced local experts available in all destinations assisting you with whatever needs you may have. See our contact section for details about your destination.
Use the ticket as you much as you like during 24 hours from first time of usage. 48 and 72 hour tickets are also available for purchase on most tours.
All our tours have electronic guiding in many different languages. See more information under each tour for more details about the specific languages offered on the tour.
All our tours has generous children policies. For more information about the specific child policies on your tour, please see respectively product page under “children policy”.