Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Ride in an external elevator along the outside of the largest spherical building in the world at Skyview. Enjoy panoramic views of Stockholm as the car rises up to 130 m (425 ft) above sea level. Two spherical gondolas, each holding 16 people, operate on parallel tracks, with trips about every ten minutes. Tours sell out, especially on weekends and during the summer, so advance tickets are advised. The Ericsson Globe building houses the national indoor arena of Sweden. Arrange your visit to Skyview and discover more family-friendly attractions in Stockholm using our Stockholm trip itinerary maker.
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It was a breathtaking ride in a gondola to the top of the globe. The area for viewing is not all that interesting unfortunately. Easy to get to via the rail system.
Der Eintritt war im Stockholm Pass inkludiert, daher okay. Wir hatten zudem klares, sonniges Wetter, so dass die Aussicht klasse war. Das ganze dauert gerade mal ca. 20 Minuten. Meine Angst vor der Hö... read more »The entry was included in the Stockholm passport, therefore okay. We were also clear, sunny weather, so that the view was great. The whole thing takes just time approx. 20 minutes. My angst vor der Höhe was unfounded, it went very well despite my fear of heightsshow original
My friend and I travelled overnight from Turku, Finland to Stockholm, Sweden on the Viking Line ferry ship the night of 16 December, 2015 and arrived in the morning of 17 December, 2015. Apart from vi... read more »
Largest spherical stucture on earth, you can see the whole city from its top. Worth the experience. Be ready for waiting times when booking tickets.
Younes El Ouarti
Nothing special at all! It's just a boring elevator which doesn't even provide a nice view. The sight is a joke. The best part is yet to come: 150 Kr for the elevator ride...
While it seems like a great idea the Skyview is not as impressive as you'd expect. Firstly its right out of Stockholm in a more industrial/office style area. To make matters worse the set it up so you look away from Stockholm city center for the entire journey up and down. It was fun but for the price they charge I don't think its worth it you can get much better views of the city for free from the Monteliusvagen.
A well put together experience with a great view of Stockholm. If anything a little pricy, but otherwise, well worth the visit at least once.
Nice view, but not worth 15€. Would be alright for 5€. Therefore Tourist trap.
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