Bellmansgatan 1, 118 20 Stockholm, Sverige (0)
from/per person SEK450.00
  • City sightseeing
  • Groups allowed
  • Tour guides


The Millennium trilogy.

The trilogy (read by more than 60 million last time we checked) has inspired controversy, family feuds, Hollywood movies, and has shown the world the dark side of calm and peaceful Sweden..

What’s include

The march of grim Scandinavian crime thrillers was spearheaded by Stieg Larsson’s novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and this walk in Stockholm, the picturesque Swedish capital, lets you relive the drama. Taking in the hip suburb of Södermalm, home to ace journalist Mikael Blomkvist and rogue IT genius Lisbeth Salander, the walk passes fictional sites mentioned in the Millennium trilogy, including Blomkvist’s home, his local cafe, Salander’s favourite tattoo parlour, Inspector Bublanski’s synagogue, Millennium magazine’s offices and, finally, Salander’s luxury apartment. It’s an atmospheric walk which helps colour in the dark outlines of Scandi noir.

  • The tour last for 2 hours
  • The walking distance is around 2 km
  • Bringing a camera is encouraged!
  • Tours are always in English unless you request a private tour where we can accommodate your preferred language.
  • Tours start at 04:00PM Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays unless you request a private tour where we can accommodate your preferred starting time.


All year round
Monday 16.00 - 18.00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 16.00 - 18.00
Thursday Closed
Friday 16.00 - 18.00
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Last Admission 13.00