Stockholm Cykel will guide you on a 15 kilometer bike tour through beautiful and exciting areas of Stockholm outside the common tourist routes. You will bike the narrow streets and beaches of Söder and other parts of Stockholm. From the bike seat we will discover the town in an easy pace. You will bike in a small group together with a local guide and we will do many stops when reaching interesting spots.
The tour is run on Thursdays 5pm (April to August) and Saturday 10am (September). Booking is nescessary.
Our bikes are modern multi-speed city bicycles. If you prefer, you may use your own bike to a reduced price.
Guided Tour 2-3 hours 15 km 400 SEK
Guided Tour in a small group, 2-3 hours, approx 15 km, cycling on bike-routes or light traffic backroads. Mostly flat with only a few short climbs. You must know how to bike on a multispeed bike in mixed traffic.
Price: 400 SEK
Price (own bike): 250 SEK
Thursdays 5pm (April to August) and Saturday 10am (April, September)
The Royal National City Park
On this self-guided day tour, you will bike through beautiful and interesting areas of Stockholm including Kungliga Nationalstadsparken (The Royal National City Park). This is an easy tour on bike lanes or low traffic streets with very few uphill sections.
The tour starts in the southern part of Stockholm, Södermalm, continues via panoramic views of Lake Mälaren and then leads you into Nationalstadsparken, designed 1995 as the worlds first National City Park. You will bike through Hagaparken with its unique historic landscape and buildings, maybe visit Kaknästornet that offers an amazing view and also bike through the parkland of Djurgården.
Maybe you will do a stop at Skansen, the Vasa Museum or any of the art museums along your tour. And finally, Djurgårdsfärjan will bring you back to Södermalm.
Self-guided One-day 31 km 300 SEK
World heritage Woodland Cemetery and Nacka nature reserve
On this self-guided day tour, you will bike through woodlands and on the shores of small lakes and the Baltic Sea. This is an easy tour on bike lanes or low traffic streets with very few uphill sections.
On this tour you will pass the world heritage Skogskyrkogården (the Woodland Cemetery), created by the architects Asplund and Lewerentz between 1917 and 1940. The tour continues through the Nacka nature reserve and to the Baltic sea inlet of Stockholm.
You will see industrial areas such as shipyards and mills of Stockholm, currently transforming into modern contemporary housing with excellent sea view.
You will also pass several nice open-air baths and beaches so do not forget your swim suite!
Self-guided One-day 30 km 300 SEK
Meet Lake Mälaren and Drottningholm Castle on two wheels
On this self-guided day tour, you will bike through the changing landscape of the shores of Lake Mälaren. This is an easy tour on bike lanes or low traffic streets containing very few uphill sections.
You will meet a diversity of Swedish architecture, all from historical buildings to modern suburban areas. You may also observe some ancient monuments such as milestones.
On the tour you will pass Drottningholm Castle, the home of the royal family of Sweden. In Vinterviken you may take a coffee break in the old factory of the industrialist Alfred Nobel, the founder of the Nobel Prize. Tantolunden with its picturesqe allotment gardens is also a nice place for a break.
You will pass several nice outdoor baths and beaches so do not forget your swim suite!
Self-guided One-day 41 km 300 SEK
Design your own bike tour in the Stockholm area
Maybe you are planning your own bike tour in the Stockholm area and are looking for a trekking bike?
Contact us - we have comfortable trekking bikes, helmets, luggage bags for you to rent. The rental period is flexible to match your plan.
Trekking bikes Flexible period Waterproof bags Helmets
Free gpx-tracks for bike tours in the Stockholm area
Below you will find some gpx-tracks for tours we have biked. Most of them are day tours in the Stockholm area and the tracks are free for you to download and use as-is for non-commercial purposes. Please note that we do not take any resposibility of changes in the track - you may use them as inspiration but you must yourself check if they are ok.
The start and endpoints of the tours are sometimes reached with trains, boats and bus. Please see the section of operators accepting bicycles.
Long distance train connections are unforunately a big problem in Sweden - only a very few train operators allow bikes on trains. Please check carefully if you are planning a bike tour including train connections.
For tickets and time tables, please see websites of each company. On commuter trains and commuter boats there are some rules for carry-on luggage.
Easy, urban tour on mostly bike lanes or low traffic roads with very few uphill sections. Commuter boat #80 between Nacka Strand and Lidingö Dalenum. Highlights: Millesgården Museum
Easy, rural tour on mostly low traffic roads with very few uphill sections. Some short parts on heavy traffic roads. Train connection is possible Stockholm to Vagnhärad and Nyköping to Stockholm (Mälartåg).
A guided tour or a self-guided tour can be booked through the website of Stockholm Cykel. After receiving your booking request, Stockholm Cykel will reply with the cost and availability.
A child seat 9-22 kg + child helmet may optionally be included
You are welcome to pay with credit card, cash (only SEK) or Swish. If you pay with cash for a self-guided tour/rental you must present a valid identification document (e.g. your passport) to grant access to the bike.
The bike for a self-guided tour/rental may be leased per day. A leasing day counts as 24 hours meaning that if the bike is picked up at 8AM the leasing day ends at 8AM the next day.
Stockholm Cykel confirms that the bike is prepared for lease and supplied to you in proper operating status, and is ready to ride.
If the bike breaks during the tour, you must leave the bike locked and inform Stockholm Cykel of the location and details of the problem. Stockholm Cykel will not replace or repair the bike but will advice on how you can get back to the starting point of your tour (e.g. busses/subway).
The party to this agreement is Stockholm Cykel. To hire a bike you must be at least 18 years of age and accept the following terms and conditions:
During the past 15 years, we have discovered new places around the world by bicycle. Now we would like to offer you similar experiences in our hometown Stockholm.
Looking forward to bike with you!
Tor and Kerstin Simonsson
Simonsson Design, Kerstin Simonsson
SE-117 59 Stockholm
+46(0)70 313 9933