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From Stockholm City: 3-Hour Swedish Bronze Age Tour

Product ID: 161574
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Visit the most spectacular and iconic Bronze Age sights close to Stockholm with an experienced local guide. Get an insight into how life was in prehistoric Sweden around 1500-500 BC. Visit the Örsta rock carving and a prehistoric hill fortification.
About this activity
Duration 3 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Pickup included

You can get picked up from your hotel in Stockholm if it is within 5 km of Stockholm Central Station. Please wait in the lobby at the appointed time. Otherwise, meet up at Stockholm Central Station, just outside of the main entrance towards Vasagatan by the statue.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit a prehistoric hill fortification
  • Discover the Örsta rock carving, one of the few preserved rock carvings close to Stockholm
  • Get an insight into life in prehistoric Sweden
Full description
You can get picked up from your hotel in Stockholm if it is within 5 km of Stockholm Central Station. Otherwise, meet up at Stockholm Central Station, just outside of the main entrance towards Vasagatan by the statue. 

After, you will travel by car to the countryside. You will explore Vallentuna region and its Bronze age mounds/stone cains. Here, you will come close to a beaves nest. After a short walk through the forest, visit the Örsta rock carving, one of the few picture rock carvings from the Bronze Age close by Stockholm. Then, visit a prehistoric hill fortification and hear about the people's lives and beliefs. 
Includes
  • Driver and guide
What’s Not Included
  • Gratitudes (optional)

Prepare for the activity

Important information
Know before you go
• Please note there is some walking included
• Clothes suitable for the weather and good shoes are recommended