This is a true parliament and unique; it is open access and unfortified. Unlike some parliament that refer to its electorate as stranger.
The Swedish Parliament tour is a one hour informative tour about the way Swedish democracy and monarchy work as well as a view into interesting architecture and design. If you are interested in government/politics, this deserves an hour of your time. 44% of the parliament are female, the highest percentage in the world and members sit according to constituency, not... More
We happened to be walking by the building 10 minutes before a tour was to be given. They still had a few slots so we went in for the free tour. It was about an hour, you had to clear security, leave your bags in a locker but were allowed to take photos without a flash. Parliament was not in... More
We did the guided tour on 1.30 pm on Saturday, make sure you arrive 15 minutes in advance. The guide guided us trough the different parts of the Parliament and it was very interesting and not boring at all. If you want to know something about the Swedish politics, some basic knowledge, you should certainly do this. The Parliament is... More
The guided tour is a tour inside the building. it takes about 45 min. and is free of charge. You have to show up about 15 min. before to go through the security check. Most places you are not allowed to take pictures.
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