Stakaberg Pensionat & Konferens
Stakaberg 157, Halmstad, 30592, Sweden
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Halmstad - Sweden
Halmstad, fountain Europa & Tjuren
Kvastarna against IFK Göteborg 2007.
Travel Tips for Halmstad
Don´t tip more than 10% at the...
Don´t tip more than 10% at the restaurants.
Remember that most of the people in Sweden can understand English. A lot of Swedes also understand French, German and Spanish.
Most of the swedes don´t drink alcohol at lunch. You are not allowed to order alcohol if you are under 21.
You can´t by alcohol in the supermarkets or shops. You have to go to a special supermarket called 'Systembolaget'. I Halmstad there is one 'Systembolaget' in the City. Avoid shopping at the 'Systembolaget' on Friday afternoon.
I have no photos to convince you with since I haven't passed here since becoming a VT member, but this was my usual way between granny's cottage and my home in Gothenburg when I grew up and I always looked forward to getting to beautiful Simlångsdalen where the road runs right across the lake. A peaceful place where you can just rest, fish and walk in the scenic forest. The weekend just after the Midsummer one is the exception as then there is a huge flea market here. You can also go here if you are a Roxette fanatic as Per Gessle lived here for some time.
St Nicholas Church
St Nikolai is as old as Halmstad itself and the size it has shows how important it once was in a city that was then quite small - it was almost like a cathedral. Today, it is known for its stained glass windows. To be ctd.
"Walking in Halmstad"
Halmstad is such a beautiful city to walk around. There are so many things to see. Najaden the big old vessel on the river, the really fun architecture of the new library and the funny yellow sculptures across the street. The Tropikmuseum, and castle. And walking along the river is very peaceful.
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