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Alamedan 10, Karlskrona, 371 31, Sweden
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Hi. Im staying in Lyckeby, Spandelstorp for 2 weeks.

by MidgetHumper

Hello. Im going with my boyfriend to visit his family in Lyckeby, Spandelstorp. Were staying for 2 weeks. We plan to go to Stockholm and Copenhagen. But does anyone know of any other sites that I can go to by myself for the day around this area? Thanks for your help...

RE: Hi. Im staying in Lyckeby, Spandelstorp for 2 weeks.

by Sjalen

Yes, Karlskrona is a World Heritage site because of its naval history. You don't say when you're going but in summer there are boat trips into its archipelago around the heritage (in winter there are just ordinary boats to islands for commuters).

There is also the old wooden spa town of Ronneby with its pleasant parks and wonderful carpenters' delight houses.

Kalmar is indeed also close and has one of the most historic castles in Scandinavia.

Changing trains in Emmaboda, you can get on the Kalmar to Malmö/Copenhagen train which also passes Växjö, famous for its Emigrant House with research facilities for Americans with Scandinavian ancestry and exhibitions on Swedes emigrating to America as many did it from this part of Sweden.

Travel Tips for Karlskrona

Go visit the huge park, but...

by Kaitlin

Go visit the huge park, but don´t get lost as I did... The shortest looking road in the map is not always the quickest ;) The nature was really Beautiful... Here a few pics from the park in the middle of forest.

Swedish Christmas

by ratherton

It all starts in Sweden on 13th December, St Lucia's Day. Traditionally, the eldest daughter in the family will serve coffee and pastries to the parents in bed whilst dressed in a white gown and a wreath of 7 candles on her head.

Houses are decorated with a tree and various other ornaments. Virtually all houses and apartments will also have advent candles in their windows.

Christmas is celebrated on the eve of 24th December with a special meal (Julbord) and presents are exchanged. If you visit a Swedish home during Christmas, it is likely you will be offer Glogg which is a warm mulled wine with almonds and raisins in it.

Christmas Day is a religious day when people go to church before visiting family and friends.

The season finally ends on January 13th, St Knuts Day, when trees and decorations are taken down to signify the end of festivities.

Visist the Old Naval Harbour

by nickenyfiken

There are lots of historically interesting buildings and technical constructions, such as for exampel the Polhem's dock and you can also get a glimpse of some naval boats or submarines (the Swedish submarines are very small, though). Guided walks are arranged by the tourist office at the big square. (Since the area is still in use by the Navy you can't go in on your own).

"Jag elska Sverige", is what you say after a visit

by Pavlik_NL

"Sverige endless roads to bike on"

Again I must tell that this country is made for hiking and biking. The roads are in perfect shape and the hills are not that steep, so you can get around with many kilometres per day. Better is even the fact that you put up your tent anywhere and the people are helping you out with water or for a nice talk on an evening by a campfire. The nights are short and the days very long (in summertime at least, because biking in wintertime is not recommendable). Red sunsets put the sky in fire ... or is it the dawning of a new day?

Main square with churches (Stortorget)

by gubbi1

Tyska Kyrkan:

The 'German Church' became its name because until 1846 it was the church for the German community in Karlskrona. Already in 1689 the Germans of Karlskrona had the allowance to have an own church community. The church was designed by Nikodemus Tessin jr. after the Pantheon in Rome and opened in 1709 but finished in 1750. In 1790 a fire destroyed parts of town including the church, which was the rebuilt in a slighlty simpler form. Main attraction of the church nowadays are the paintings on the ceiling made by Johan Törnström.

The Fredrikskyrkan:

The Fredrikschurch is a typical swedish baroque church. The architect Tessin fetched inspiration from the Italian baroque. In 1744 the church was inaugurated, but like much of Karlskrona got damaged in 1790 during a big city fire.

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