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Only fairly stupid people go to Mora by plane. I was one of them. I booked on SAS, checked in on Skyways, had a boarding pass on Fly Nordic and actually flew on NextJet, which was a propellar plane. No big deal, and it was a good journey. And a good plane. it was a Beechcraft 1900D.
There was no announcing that we had landed at Mora, and not having been informed that the plane continued to Sveg after a short stop I barely managed to get off by asking fellow passengers.
Self service on this little plane... "smörgås" sandwiches, tea and coffee was stacked at the front by the pilot.
40 minutes flight from Stockholm Arlanda, landed in Mora Siljan Airport which is a few km from Mora town centre, perhaps 6 - 7 km. Maybe book a taxi to come and meet you if you have no other arrangement. I arrived by last flight in darkness and there were nobody at the airport. Departure was equally funny, no security check whatosever, ticketing by name and picture ID. On my early morning return to Stockholm there were three passengers.
Updated Mar 2, 2009
Souvenirs in Mora are the crux of Dalarne's handicrafts; local utensils and traditional arts Made in the surroundings of Mora. The big craze is the Dalarne Horse which is made around Siljan lake and the town of Mora in particular. The horse is made out of wood - the Dalecarlian Horse - and a fairly simple affair, some with more elaborate rose painting, nearly all brightly painted. It is known from the middle ages or so.
Mora Boden, a small shop just off the pedestrian area in Mora, 100 m south of the Mora Church has lots of these horses in different sizes and costs.
What to buy: Dalarne Horse, wooden utensils, cast iron and wooden whatever rustic and utilitarian stuff for your home.
What to pay: A small horse was SEK 149,-
Updated Mar 2, 2009
Address: Hamngatan, Central Mora.
Dalmasarna, the people from Dalarna, and they work at the tourist office in Mora. There you get all information for free, and you can get free information brochures and good maps for this region. All information you need for your stay here, you find here. So, visit the office at Strandgatan 14 och give them a call. The number you will see below.
Written Jul 18, 2010
Phone: 0250 - 59 20 20