Uppsala Lagenhetshotell

KlangsGrand 5, Uppsala, 752 33, Sweden
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Touring Uppsala

by Besik

Guys, hi..!
Can anybody tell me how much time more or less is needed to visit Uppsala, to see most of its places of interest? For the time being I'm planing one day only. Is it ok?

Thanks!!

Re: Touring Uppsala

by marielexoteria

One day might be enough depending on how you plan. First, check out the opening times of the places you're interested in and then decide which ones you "value" more than others.

Re: Touring Uppsala

by MalenaN

One day is enough to see the major sites around down town by foot and then take a bus to Old Uppsala to see the old burial mounds and visit the museum and church. But if you want to visit many of Uppsala’s museums you will need two days.

Re: Touring Uppsala

by marielexoteria

Yeah, the museums don't have the best opening times :(

Re: Touring Uppsala

by tuba-m

I think 1 day will be enough. Half a day in Gamla Uppsala and half a day to see the castle and the dome church and the area around the church/castle.

Re: Touring Uppsala

by Sjalen

I agree - just bear in mind that it will get dark early right now in case you want to spend time photographing...

Travel Tips for Uppsala

Uppsala Domkyrkan

by Vikings

Uppsala Domkyrkan is the "main" church in Sweden and also the biggest "cathedral" in scandinavia. This church dates back from 14 hundreds and it took about 200 years to build. The interior is great ! Sitting in the church and listning to a performance. You can look for upcoming performances in the church at www.uppsaladomkyrka.nu. Well worth a visit and even better if you can go to one of the activities.

If you're arriving by train...

by cvsolfari

If you're arriving by train from Stockholm and want to see Gamla Uppsala, TAKE THE BUS! I tried walking there and was on the highway going both directions before finally catching the local city bus. Gamla Uppsala is definitely worth a half day to soak in the place where Sweden really began. Walking through the city, I stumbled across a small stream flowing through the city. Luckily, the sun was playing peek-a-boo with the clouds and I snapped the main picture to my Uppsala page there.

Gunilla Belfry and Valpurgis

by Sjalen

Valpurgis (30 April) is more important in Uppsala than anywhere else in Sweden I think. We all celebrate the arrival of spring with songs, especially in the university towns, but Uppsala with its old traditions and many students is the most atmospheric. Here, students gather at the Gunilla Belfry in the castle grounds to sing and at 15.00, everyone puts their student hats on outside the Carolina Rediviva. There are also lots of student activities on the river and cultural events going on in the city throughout the day (and night).
The belfry was originally given to the castle church by King Johan III's wife, Queen Gunilla in 1588. It was restored in 1759 and you have great city views from its base. It traditionally rings in the evening to remind the citizens of Uppsala not to carry open fire at night.

Bikers friendly city

by pikuu

The number of bikes in Upsalla undoptedly you can compare (in Europe) to Netherland. Everywhere you can find bike-parkings, bike-pathways and other bike-facilities.

Additionally out of the city you can find marvellous places for biking in the nature. They are not only for advanced riders but also for novices.

Sunnerstagropen

by marielexoteria

Sunnerstragropen is a crater where you can ride sled during winter. It's a rather popular place to go with your kids. Sunnerstabacken is good for some skiing. Fancy something warm while you recharge your batteries? Then grab a cup of hot cocoa on their café.

How to get there: take the bus 20 at Stora Torget towards Graneberg via Ultuna and get off at Sunnerstabacken. Then walk around a little because the part where the bus stop is is rather steep.

Legend on the map (picture): the central station is the big pink dot to the right. The small pink dots show outdoor paths, the turquoise ones the indoor paths (thru malls). The green line shows the street where the bus stop is.

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