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After a visit at the Djurgården area this is a nice way to get back into the city. You can take the normal wagon with your Stockholm pass or regular SL card. But the coffee wagon is also recommended. A drink is obligatory but adds...More
Very disappointed with the service provided by the tram company. Even after booking the slot for 3 heritage trams and confirming the timings with their given telephone number 3 hours prior to the designated time, the trams did not arrive. On continous follow up they...More
Thomas L, Kundansvarig at Djurgardslinjen, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
We are deeply sorry for this.
There were a misunderstanding due to late change of departure time. This is partly due to the fact that the heritage trams are operated by volunteers and that there ar no manned office available on weekends.
Now, some of...More
We loved this, jump on the front carriage of the vintage tram with your SL travel pass and ride the number 7 route in style. Or, for a small fee jump on the rear ‘coffee car’ carriage and be served coffee and ice cream, lovely!...More
Thomas L, Kundansvarig at Djurgardslinjen, responded to this reviewResponded 18 July 2018
Thank you for your fine summary. Just the way we want to be perceived.
Hop on the rear carriage of this old tram and watch the world go by being served coffee and cakes as you travel through part of the city and you can go around the route as many times as you like. The server was really...More
Thomas L, Kundansvarig at Djurgardslinjen, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2018
Well our oldtimers are worth taking care of. Just like you!
This is an old tram that went out of use but has been brought back. There are just two carriages with the rear serving coffee and cakes whilst you travel through a part of the beautiful city. It's about £5 each but for the non-Swedish...More
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Thomas L, Informationsansvarig at Djurgardslinjen, responded to this reviewResponded 3 May 2018
Thank's for your comments. Obviously you have been travlling with our coffee tram. We also have other old timers in service. Service days are Saturdays and Sundays during spring and autumn, every day except Mondays during July and August. The coffe tram though is only...More
I wanted to go on this tram since seeing it on travelman, and it did not disappoint!
I would definitely recommend people take a trip on the cafe tram! 35KR for the journey and the food/drink is reasonably priced too.
The reaction on many people...More
A fun little excursion with coffee and a pastry. Only takes about 25 mins and is also a good way to get to places like the Abba museum or the fun fair. Or stay on the tram and drink and eat. Prices not bad for...More
The tram line has historical trams which are maintained by volunteers. The young people working on the tram line are a true source of information. They know everything about the trams, how they work and how they have been used in the past. This was...More
Seriously adorable. Where else could you get this experience? The street car took us to Djurgarden and we had fun with it.
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