Don't miss out on a guided walking tour visiting the oldest part of Stockholm - Old Town also known as Gamla Stan; a medieval city center that is now said to be full of cultural history. Here you'll find many attractions such as the Royal Palace, one of the largest palaces in Europe, a building from the Baroque era that is still resided by the current Monarch family.
Wander around Gamla Stan and see if you can spot other sites such as the cathedral, runestone, the German church, the narrowest street in Stockholm which is usually hard to find as it's 90 centimeters wide at its narrowest, the Nobel museum, Stortorget (the oldest square in Stockholm) and Järntorget, the "George defeating the dragon" sculpture and much more.
As well as the Livrustkammaren (Royal Armory) Museum, the oldest museum in Sweden. It was established by King Gustav II Adolph in 1628 after his decision to preserve the clothes he wore on his campaign in Poland. Grab your walking shoes and don't miss this opportunity to capture a place full of history.