One of the most convenient tourist information centers in Stockholm is located in the main hall of Stockholm Central railway station. Sweden’s first private tourist information was founded in 2011.
The center offers advice, and can book tours, excursions and other entertainment. It also sells the Stockholmskortet (Stockholm City Pass), which is well worth buying. The card offers free entry to over 60 of Stockholm’s top attractions, museums and tours, and gives the holder free public transport around the city. It’s available in 24-/48-/72-/120-hour versions.
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If you get your Stockholm Pass shipped out to you before you visit you can start planning your sightseeing schedule in advance with the helpful pocket guidebook that comes free with the Stockholm Pass.
You can also download tour free guidebook which contains Stockholm City map, address details of all attractions, opening times.
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The guide gives you valuable information on the Hop On – Hop Off bus service, Stockholm archipelago opportunities, city walks and more.
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On the Tourist Information site, trained staff will assist visitors you in every step of your stay. No matter if Stockholm is your home or if you are planning your first visit, you are always welcome to Stockholm Visitor Center.
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Stockholm Tourist Information, compiled by Admin