Guided tour

Stockholm: The Nordic Food Walk

Activity provider: CphFoodTours
Guided tour

Stockholm: The Nordic Food Walk

Activity provider: CphFoodTours
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Stockholm is known for its many food markets and on this food and walking tour you’ll visit some of the city’s markets and also see some Stockholm’s most famous and interesting sites. Enjoy samples of traditional Swedish food along the way.

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Duration 4 hours
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  • Enjoy the tastes of Stockholm as you visit historic and charming areas
  • Experience the real Sweden through its food traditions
  • Visit a selection of Stockholm’s older and newer markets
Full description
Starting in the cozy, quaint confines of the classic Östermalmshallen, the old market hall of Stockholm, you’ll enjoy samples of local cheeses and meats, your first tastes on the tour. From here on your 4-hour tour, you’ll walk with your guide through the most modern areas of the city, sampling the best of healthy and classical foods with a twist. At Stockholm’s food market, you’ll sit down with a lunch plate filled with delectable Swedish seafood. No visit to Stockholm is complete without sampling this local specialty! After lunch it’s time for the sweets! In the very heart of the city you'll visit a local chocolate store, where the owners’ romantic story adds an even sweeter flavor to the locally made gourmet chocolate. Hötorgshallen, yet another of the city’s food markets, is also on the route. Stop for a chance to learn about the historical importance of the market and the shops, and for a few quick tastings as well. Continue with your guide to Gamla Stan, or Old Town, where you’ll admire some of Stockholm’s original houses. Stop at a tiny factory that makes polkagris, the most traditional of all Swedish candies. Your final stop is for coffee in a romantic courtyard, where you can enjoy the best cinnamon rolls in town.
  • All tastings (enough for a full meal)
  • Extra drinks (can be purchased at some of the tasting locations)
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  • Wheelchair users

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Meeting point

Östermalms Saluhal, Östermalms torg (the main entrance at the corner of the square and Humlegårdsgaten)

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Know before you go

  • As this is a walking tour, comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate clothing are advised. Tours run rain or shine!
  • The tour is not suitable for wheelchairs, as the route includes areas with many cobblestones.
  • Be sure to advise of vegetarian and other dietary preferences/restrictions when booking so that appropriate tastings can be arranged. Once the tour is underway it is not possible to change the menu.
Customer reviews

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4.6 /5

based on 248 reviews

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It was the first time we did a foodwalk. It was really great! Personally, I would have liked to have stayed longer at some stations, but another one was a bit long. But overall it was great! We have seen, learned and tried a lot. We will do it again!

October 31, 2022

Amazing and fun tour with Susie! Got to sample a variety of Swedish eats but my favourites were the fish soup, fried herring and cheeses. The walking through the city was nice and I liked being introduced to the food halls where locals gather and dine. The fika and coffee was a nice end to the tour.

October 14, 2022

I really enjoyed our guide, Chrystal. The tour meeting spot was slightly confusing, so perhaps providing a little more details about where to meet might be good. We first started in a food hall eating savory foods as we stood and listened to the guide. We then walked to another hall for a sit down savory lunch of seafood, which was quite nice. The second half of the tour was all the sweets from various stops along the walk. The tour ended with fika - this was really nice, but I felt full from the previous stops, so I took my pastry to go. Overall, it was quite nice. It might be fun to add a little more alcohol to the tour in the future.

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August 22, 2022

Product ID: 51518