Didn’t start early today. Now that I knew where to change trains and how to get to city centre, I took the tram from Sickla Kaj, changed to metro at Arstaberg. Easy peasy!
One advantage of Stockholm Pass is that it allows free access to lots of transportation and activities. There are Hop On/Off buses and boats which you have unlimited access with Stockholm Pass. I think having a general overview of the city is a good idea before going into detail. So I hopped on one of those busses and spent a few hours around the city.
The hop on/off bus made a whole circle around the city and returned to its departure point.
Next I decided to visit National Museum as it was the closest attraction at that point.
After the National Museum I decided to take another hop on/off tour but on boat this time. Stockholm is built on 14 islands and there are a lot of different boat tours. Hop on/off ones are the shortest and most frequent ones. It’s a bit short but it is a nice sightseeing experience especially when the weather permits.
After the boat tour I was feeling tired. I got off the boat at where Vasa Museum is located but it was around 16:30 and I didn’t to rush my visit (It closes at 18:00 and Stockholm Pass is valid for a single pass only for any given attraction except hop on/off tours). So I just walked around took a few more pictures and headed home.
I was glad I got home early as it started to rain quite heavily.