ESCToday in collaboration with the City of Stockholm brings you a series of articles showcasing and introducing the 2016 Eurovision host city Stockholm to our readers. Today we will have a look at the ABBA Boat tour.
The 2016 Eurovision is over and we’re recuperating from the mega experience in the majestic Swedish capital. So if you’re planning to go to Stockholm in the coming months or for your summer holidays don’t miss the ABBA Boat tour.
If you’re into Eurovision, ABBA you will be mesmerised by this experience! Come and enjoy listening to the story of ABBA, the 1974 Eurovision winners, one of the most famous pop-bands in the world, from the waterfront.
Check out the epic places where parts of ABBA The Movie were recorded and experience several of the places where the iconic pictures of ABBA were shot. And of course you get to hear many of the popular ABBA hits along the way.
A boat ride around Djurgården
The guided tour on the boat retains the same spirit and storytelling as at ABBA The Museum but in a sightseeing format. The manuscript has been written by Ingmarie Halling, curator at the museum and author of the new book ABBA – The Backstage Stories.
The boat takes you around the beautiful and peaceful island of Djurgården and the tour finishes at ABBA The Museum at Djurgården where you can walk in the footsteps of ABBA and get that special ABBA feeling!
Price: 220 SEK (ticket does not include ticket to the ABBA Museum)
Season: 09 May 2016 – 14 August 2016
Duration: 45 minutes
When in Stockholm do not miss the ABBA Museum, MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY or the Eurovision Exhibition. You can find more information in the links below:
For more information on Stockholm you can visit visitstockholm.com
Don’t forget to check out ESCToday’s series of Discover Stockholm articles for more in depth information on Stockholm, the 2016 Eurovision host city.