Green green green activities
Stockholm has been awarded the First European Green Capital and our event publication Whats On lists green activities in the May issue.
Royal National City Park is Stockholm's green oasis, a stone throw from downtown. Here you can roam the woods, swim from the rocks and visit palaces and museums. The park stretches from Ulriksdal in the north to Djurgården and Fjäderholmarna in the south.
Green Tours - Stockholm's nature guides come from the local chapter of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and they arrange guided walking tours every weekend year-round. Engaging and inspiring guides pique your interest and understanding of our fantastic naturee that is right around the corner. They can also give you tips on more than 100 areas you can visit on your own.
Stockholm's closest archipelago islands are Fjäderholmarna. Clikmb aboard a boat in town and take a ride out to Fjäderholmarna. Walking paths, playgrounds, artisans, exhibitions, restaurants and cafees. Those who dare can take their first dip of the year in the sea.
In addition to this I want to recommend Stockholm Adventures who arranges daily guided tours on bike in the city, plus guided tours on foot, in a canoe or multi activities in the city, the national parks or in the archipelago. And the new sightseeing tour by Strömma