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Here you find the shopping streets, lots of restaurants and museums, go to see the Uppsala castle and the great cathedral. And of course, don't miss to stop at a cafe for a Swedish "fika".
Historic ironworks, small model communities with perfectly straight streets lined with neat houses – plus sumptuous mansions with ponds and parks.
Follow the northern shore of Lake Mälaren and visit the area Fjärdhundraland, see amid rock art, runestones and castles.
In the north of Uppland there is a beautiful river landscape, when the river Dalälven meets the blue ocean.
Roslagen is the archipelago north of Stockholm, with beautiful surroundings and charming destinations offering everything from fishing and festivals to delicacies and design.
A major city, an archipelago, picuresquare summer communities, and cultural treasures – all within easy reach.
Find out what's happening in the city of Uppsala and by the coast of Roslagen. Nice things to see and do when you are visiting Sweden.
Upplandsleden is perfect for a short or a longer hiking tour. You can also go canoing by the coast or in to the Uppsala city center.
Book a delicious weekend package at a hotel near the city centre, a romantic mansion or a magnificent castle home.
There are many beautiful parks and gardens in Uppland, where you can enjoy a great floral splendour and exciting events. Follow the steps of Carl Linnaeus, who lived and worked in Uppland.
Discover the Vikings and their forefathers who lived in Uppland for more than a thousand years ago.
Skokloster Castle is considered one of the great castles of Baroque Europe. Visit the castle on your own, or take a guided tour through the beautiful floors.
A tractor and wagon take you deep into the enclosure in Gårdsjö älgpark (elk park) for a close encounter with elk.
Visit Gamla Uppsala, one of Scandinavia’s most important historic areas with three royal burial sites dating from the 500s.
Scandinavia's largest church is as long as it is tall, exactly 118.7 metres. Built 1270–1435, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Sweden.