Veronica Melosso - Private Guide in Stockholm
certificate Country: Sweden City: Stockholm Airport Transfer: YES Hotel Reservation: YES Translation Service: YES Languages: Swedish, English, Italian
Languages: Swedish, English, Italian
I do everything from theme excursions for people with special interests such as art or architecture, to uncomplicated feel-good tours. I also gladly help you to explore some of the characteristic sights nearby Stockholm such as Uppsala, Sigtuna and Mariefred with the Gripsholm Castle.
My fee is 70 dollars/hour.
Stockholm is a magnificently beautiful city that attracts many visitors who find themselves falling in love with the lovely group of islands where the friendly Swedish people first established their capital city nearly eight centuries ago. Visitors to Stockholm are always enchanted by the city sometimes called “The Venice of the North”, or “The City Between the Bridges.” However, there are so many wonderful sights to see in Stockholm that in order to ensure a pleasant, relaxing time exploring its charms one is best served by enlisting the professional services of a private guide in Stockholm, such as the reputable local guide Veronica Melosso.
Your guide will design a unique tour itinerary that is based on your own individual interests and desires. She will conduct a theme excursion for you if you would like to take a guided architectural tour of Stockholm, or if you want to enjoy a museum tour, or perhaps you’d like to explore some of the enchanting castles in Stockholm and its surrounding countryside. You can also enjoy a tour that highlights all of the most pleasant and enjoyable attractions of Stockholm and includes sites from a wide range of themes. Some of the places you can visit during your private guided tour of Stockholm are described here for you so you can decide which attractions interest you most.
Ericsson Globe: The world’s largest spherical building offers an astonishing panoramic view of Stockholm from the SkyView observation deck.
The Royal Palace: The official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden is one of the largest palaces in all of Europe, with more than 600 lavishly decorated rooms.
Gamla Stan: The medieval historical center of Stockholm is amazingly preserved, and its narrow cobblestone streets are a wonderful place to hunt for curios and hand-crafted souvenirs.
Skansen: This is the world’s largest open-air museum, displaying miniature farms, workshops and bakeries. The Stockholm Zoo is also part of the Skansen Open-Air Museum, which attracts not only the tourists in Sweden but Stockholm locals as well.
Enjoy a memorable day of discovery on your private guided tour of Stockholm with Veronica Melosso.