After the wedding, The Crown Princess Couple travelled in a horse-drawn cortège along the streets of Stockholm. The cortège route was 6.8 km long and the cortège itself was 400 metres long. The cortège ended with a trip on the Royal Barge Vasaorden. Some 6,400 people were participating in the parade along the cortège route, 1,200 of whom were representing voluntary organisations and civil organisations. In addition to the parade there also were 210 people from the Swedish Civil Defence League and Swedish Red Cross, who were manning first aid units and providing information. Twenty different bands were playing along the route of the cortège. Both the Navy and the Air Force were taking part.
Begins at Stockholm Cathedral
The cortège started from Stockholm Cathedral and then proceeded down Slottsbacken, turned left onto Skeppsbron and then left along Slottskajen to cross Norrbro Bridge.
Across Norrbro Bridge
After crossing Norrbro Bridge, the cortège arrived at Gustav Adolfs torg and turned to the right. It then followed Strömgatan until it reached Karl XII:s torg.
At Karl XII:s torg the cortège turned to the left and continued directly northwards along Kungsträdgårdsgatan. The cortège then followed the outside of Kungsträdgården and turned left onto Hamngatan.
Hamngatan to Sergels torg
It then travelled along Hamngatan towards Sergels torg, where it turned right along Sveavägen. The cortège then continued along Sveavägen until it reached Kungsgatan, where it turned right and followed Kungsgatan up to Stureplan.
Birger Jarlsgatan and Nybroplan
At Stureplan the cortège took another right and travelled along Birger Jarlsgatan until it reached Nybroplan. After arriving at Nybroplan it continued along Strandvägen, cross Djurgårdsbron Bridge and took Galärvarvsvägen right up to the Vasa Museum.
The Royal Barge Vasaorden at the Vasa Museum
The Royal Barge Vasaorden was waiting at the Vasa Museum to row The Crown Princess Couple via Ladugårdslandsviken, around Kastellholmen, up Strömmen to land at Skeppsbron, below Logården.