From the glorious palace-like buildings on Strandvägen to the lush, green pathways of Djurgården – you’ll get to experience one of the favorite leisure spots of the local Stockholmers. With a self-balancing scooter as your means of transportation, you’ll explore one of the largest islands that make up the city of Stockholm. With your feet steady on the self-balancing scooter and the wind blowing in your hair, you'll stop to hear tales about the Royal National City Park, the many museums on the island, the history of the Swedes and their way of life. On the western side of the island, see some of the city’s most popular attractions – The Vasa Museum, the Gröna Lund amusement park and the open-air museum Skansen. As you travel further eastward on the island, the paths quiet as you leave the paved city lanes behind and roll along the dirt paths, getting closer to nature. You may even spot a Swede in their natural habitat (it’s no secret that Swedes love the outdoors)!
Explore areas you wouldn’t usually get to if you weren’t on a bike or self-balancing scooter. It’s well worth the journey! You may even be so lucky as to see wildlife such as birds, horses, cows and sheep (or maybe not so wild in some cases). By the time you arrive back, you’ll have experienced the green heart of Stockholm, feeling refreshed and astonished that a green area this big can be located right in the city center. It’s one of many reasons Stockholm is so special and loved amongst locals and visitors alike. So strap on your helmet, step on your self-balancing scooter, and prepare for a couple of hours of zooming around this royal island.