The Stockholm Pass – useful or not?

Until a few years ago, there was an official Stockholm Card. The card was offered by the Stockholm Visitors Board. In 2016, it was discontinued. Since then, changing private providers have a corresponding “Stockholm Pass” in their program. Currently, an “All-Inclusive City Pass” is offered by Go City. It includes more than 50 attractions. This Stockholm Pass is frequently purchased through our pages here, so it seems to be an offer worth considering.

The Stockholm Pass includes free admission to more than 50 top sights, as well as free boat and bus tours. It comes as a 1-, 2-, 3- or 5-day pass.

However, the City Pass does not include public transportation – you need a separate travel card for that.

Our recommendation

Whether the City Pass is useful or not is something everyone has to decide for themselves:

  • With the City Pass you will simply see more, because you will also briefly visit a museum that you would not have visited without the pass. In other words, you will experience more. The pass will probably also mean financial savings for you.
  • If you only want to stroll around or if you have children with you, you probably won’t be able to make good use of the City Pass. Some people buy the pass anyway because they appreciate the convenience.
  • The City Pass is only fully recommendable during the high season, as attractions may be closed at other times of the year.
  • Moreover, you should carefully calculate whether the City Pass is financially worth it if you are in Stockholm on a Monday. As everywhere else in the world, some museums are closed on Mondays.

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