- Boat tour
- Entrance to the museum
- A guided tour of the ancient fields
Here at Björkö, in the middle of lake Mälaren in Stockholm, Birka town was based during the 750's and is today known as Sweden's first city. To this day there are visible traces of the people who were born and who lived and died here. Today Birka is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites, going here is almost like travelling back in time.
Guided tours, museum and restaurant
There are daily guided tours where our guides introduce you to the Viking era. These tours are included in your ticket. But Birka is also a beautiful island with a historical landscape, perfect for a stroll or a refreshing swim. Restaurant Särimner offers meals and drinks.
How to get to Birka – The Viking City
Boats depart from Stockholm (Stadshusbron), Hovgården, Härjarö and Mariefred and the boat trip is between 15 min to 2 hours. The boat from Stockholm also stops at some piers along the route. Get more information about departure piers here >>
Food onboard the ship
The café is open during the full duration of the trip. Lunch is served twice - available times and daily menu is presented onboard.
Read more about Birka The Viking City and see the current program for the entire season >>