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Private Jewish-Heritage Tour

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Trip at a Glance

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  • Locations

    Stockholm, Sweden

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    €243 EUR per person
  • Duration

    6 h'rs

  • Avg Distance

    10 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    From Monday to Sunday at 9:30 am.

  • Starting Location

    Your hotel or central Station.

  • Price Includes

    -Private transportation with a minivan,- entrance fees to all attractions,- Lunch break ( a light meal and coffee)


  • Gamla Stan, the Old Town: enjoy the Medieval architecture and see the first Synagogue building in Tyska Brunnspal Square.
  • The Jewish Community Conservative Synagogue: also known as the Great Synagogue, founded in 1870 designed in Moorish style.
  • Raoul Wallenberg Memorial: the Swedish humanitarian who saved the Jews in Budapest, Hungary.
  • The Vasa Museum: the world-famous warship which sank in 1623 on its maiden day in Stockholm harbor.
  • Stockholm Cathedral: founded in 1276 is the oldest church in the city and Seat of the Archbishop of Stockholm.


Trip Info

We discover together the Jewish Heritage of Sweden with a comprehensive city tour including attractions such as:
-The Great Synagogue founded in 1870 and preaching Progressive Judaism to a large community in the city.
-The Raoul Wallenberg Memorial, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in Budapest in 1944,

We visit the Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial in Stockholm and hear stories about the Swedish diplomat and humanitarian who saved thousands of Jews from the Guetto in Budapest during WWII.
We will get insight into the long-lasting German influence and the attacks of the bloody Danes during the Middle Ages.
-Then we walk the narrow, cobbled streets of Gamla Stan, passing the Royal Palace to Tyska Brunnspaln Square, named after the German community who lived there, where we see the outside of the building which was the first Synagogue
in Stockholm founded in 1790.
-After we continue to the conservative synagogue called also the Great Synagogue, inaugurated in 1870, still
an active congregation with more than a thousand members.
On the walls of the entrance, we see the names of the Holocaust victims.

Your adventure awaits!


Hi, I am LOGBI. I hold a degree in Hospitality & Tourism . And I am a certified tour guide in cultural tourism (Medieval towns, Open-Air museums, churches... ). I moved to Stockholm four years ago from the West Coast of Norway. I do have a long experience leading city tours for cruise travelers in English, French and Italian languages. During my time in Stockholm, I did absorb everything about history, architecture, art, gastronomy and I would love to show you around the hidden gems of my favorite city. I do offer walikg and sightseing tours in the city around the iconic landmaks such as : -The Royal Palace, The Great Cathedral ( Storkyrka), -The Old Town , Gamla Stan ,the German Church (Tyskakyrka), -A day-Trip to the university city of Uppsala, -A Boat-Trip to Drottigholm Palace , the officiel Residence of H.M. the King of Sweden and a Unesco Worls Heritage site since 1991.

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