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Bought a return train ticket and travelled to Globen, to discover the ride was booked out. You cannot pre-book with Stockholm Pass so it is a real gamble. Left unhappy.
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We got the Stockholm pass for all 4 members in our family and wanted to go up with the globe today because it looked as if it would be worth a visit.
But when we got there an unfriendly lady told us that everything was...More
The Ericsson Globe is the largest hemispherical building in the world, I think I'm right in saying, and on the outside of the south side of it, rails have been attached to allow visitors to scale the outside of this magnificent building in a much...More
It’s fun to ride up to the top of the Ericsson Globe in a glass gondola. A unique experience and it offers a great view of Stockholm city at the top. Easily accessible by train, only about 10 minutes walk way, and there’s a shopping...More
Located atop the largest building of its kind the SkyView Globe offers paying customers the opportunity to scale up one side of The Globe and back down, the overcrowding of our capsule in broad daylight unfortunately making the trip hot and steamy with the views...More
The Globen Skyview was a really nice attraction, you are first greeted by a short video about the history of the Globen Skyview and then you are taken up to the top for a beautiful view of Stockholm. Their city isn't blessed with big buildings...More
The Globen Skyview is a one of a experience. I booked the tickets in advance to ensure the ability to have this experience. I enjoyed the short film that explained why. The views are worth the wait and anticipation.
I called on Friday to buy tickets, but they said that it would not be full and I could buy the tickets on site, it was easier that way.
When we arrived on sunday, one of the gondols wasnt working so all the departures was...More
The roughly 30 minute experience begins with a film (in English) about how the gondolas were constructed and a bit about this section of the city. I wasn't too interested--I had figured out that this required considerable engineering skill and custom made assemblies without the...More
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I thought it was a waste of time. There are better views of Stockholm, even from the Skansen museum. Plus it took us awhile to get there and there is nothing else to see when you are there. The only plus is that it was... More
I thought it was a waste of time. There are better views of Stockholm, even from the Skansen museum. Plus it took us awhile to get there and there is nothing else to see when you are there. The only plus is that it was free with the Stockholm card.