Embark on a short day trip from Stockholm, heading north to the city of Uppsala, Sweden’s fourth-largest city and home to the country’s first university. Approximately 40 minutes by train from Stockholm, it’s cute, easily walkable, well worth the visit, and a city filled with cultural treasures that not everyone knows about. First, a man who is known as “The Flower King” who studied and worked in Uppsala. He was famous for his work, and spent time with everything and everyone from plants to royalty. You’ll see his work and the guide will reveal his story while at the Botanical Gardens. Next, you will visit Gustavianum, the oldest remaining university building built in 1625, where some of the university’s most famous scientists and their inventions and creations are celebrated. On to the final location on this quest for the secrets of Uppsala, you enter into the most visible sight on the city skyline, in search of the tomb of one of Sweden’s most famous kings. Come and explore Uppsala in this tour!
The tour departs at 9.00am, 10.00am, and 1.00pm
Duration: 5 hours
Uppsala's Secrets Private Walking Tour
How to Use
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
Meeting Point: Stockholm Central Station, outside the main entrance – located at Centralplan 15
Address: Centralplan 15, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden