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Stockholm Vespa Tour with GPS - 1 Day

  • Vespa 50cc rental with helmet
  • Four GPS tours preloaded; each takes about two hours
  • Explore independently with navigation provided by GPS
Stockholm Vespa Tour with GPS - 1 Day
From USD 89.87
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Departure time 10.30am & Return time 9.30am the following day. Possible to return same day until 10pm
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Choose your own itinerary and pace on this self-guided Vespa tour in Stockholm. Enjoy the scenery and city landmarks as you zoom through the city; following any one of the four preloaded tours included with your scooter rental. Included GPS makes navigating the city easy for independent travelers who would rather explore on their own than with a group. Each tour takes about two hours, leaving plenty of time for other activities in the day.
What to Expect
Pickup your Vespa at the store at Wallingatan 30, located just 700 meters from the central station. At the store you get a complete introduction to Stockholm, the tours and all you need to know about your Vespa. After this you are ready to head out into the city by yourself. Choose from any of the tours in the GPS and let the Vespa guide you to the best parts of Stockholm.

You can park anytime along the tour for food or drinks. A normal car driving license and previous scooter driving experience is required. A deposit of 2500 SEK is made upon arrival and is returned after the rental.
Reviews (34)
1 - 5 of 34 reviews
Reviewed 29 August 2018
Favorite Part of Our Trip - We Rented Twice!

Peter was amazing & got us all set to go. We had so much fun that we ended up renting them again a few days later! The archipelago was definitely our favorite tour, but the beach on prison island was also a rare gem -...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank mollymerten
Reviewed 23 August 2018
Big adventures on little bikes

We rented 2 Vespas. Peter was cool, he gave us a good map and drew on it the GPS tours highlighting any points of interest, scenic views and answered our questions. Once he showed us the bikes and explained the controls we were free to...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Tony P
Reviewed 23 August 2018
Great Scooters, great tours!

We live in Stockholm but don't own any cars or personal transportation - with these Scooters we could explore areas we've never seen before and had a blast while doing so. The tours are also really excellent and easy to follow - they always lead...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank 332pascale
Reviewed 4 August 2018
Excellent way to experience Stockholm!

Travelling by Vespa trough Stockholm is an amazingly cool experience. Take a tour you like, pause for a while, travel on, switch routes, up/down, island to island, all at your own volition. And super stylish too! Peter is a great guy who provides superb professional...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank BrencoTraubenhaft
Reviewed 31 July 2018 via mobile
Must do this!

Had a great experience renting a Vespa for a day! Peter is a very friendly guy who’s very helpful and he has some nice routes pre-programmed in the gps which is standard included. The map with information he’s offering is also very nice! I will...More

Thank Wesley737
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Joanne G
1 July 2018|
Response from izzolaw | Reviewed this property |
I think that’s a question for the company — I’m sure it depends on their policy and Swedish law. As a tourist I haven’t the slightest idea. Sorry.