Hudiksvall Travel Guide

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Hudiksvall Things to Do

  • Fiddlers meetings

    During july you can find a fiddlers meeting every weekend within 50 km of Hudiksvall. These meetings is usually at least one day where you can experience folkmusic in every bush! If it is nice wether it is a day worth spending. My favorite is the one in Bjuråker where you also can see how old handikrafts are made and how the old houses were used....

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  • Master Palm Statue

    This statue one can find inside the Folketshus and is dedicated to the social democratic politician Palm who had the idea of building the Folketshus and create services to the inhabitants of Hudiksvall.

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  • Folketshus

    This house which means translated Peoples House or Workers House was the original library of the town of Hudiskvall. The original building is the part on the right hand side, the left hand side has been added about 20 years ago still using the identical style of the building when it was originally built a 150 years ago.

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  • Stadshotellet

    The grand 19th century yellow stone facade of this hotel, with its pillars and arches looks more like a typical Swedish town hall. The hotel has been refurbished in 2005 and is one of the grand buildings in the town of Hudiksvall.

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  • Fishermen Houses

    During the summer months fishing would be done from one of the islands out towards the bay. The women would row several kilometers back to the town and deliver the fish so that it could be sold. In winter the fisher families would return and reside in the fishermen houses. Here one can see the typical architecture and atmosphere of Sweden some 200...

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  • Jakobs Kyrka Window

    The beautiful sanctuary window was donated to the church in 1888. The funds to purchase the window was raised from donation by parishioners. The window towers above the altar and its gilded crucifix.

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  • Russian Cannon Ball

    The rysskulan or the Russian Cannon Ball can be seen at the stairs up to the pulpit. It was fired against the Church by the Russian in the night between 22 and 23 May 1721. The original cannon ball was stolen a few years ago, so one can only see a fake one today :-)

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  • Jakobs Kyrka Inside

    The church got the main part of its fixtures and decorations through the restaurants of 1888 and 1938. The 1938 restoration was led by Agi Lindgren, the famous architect. Before 1888 the interior was pear-white like "normal" Scandinavian Churches, but the renovations broke a trend creating the warm and colourfull interior.

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  • Halsingland Museum

    Housed in a former bank, the museum displays finds from various archaeological digs in the area. Excavations uncovered an Iron Age burial site and a Malsta runic stone that was inscribed with upright strokes. Local medieval wood carving also is displayed, most of the work by Haaken Gulleson, who was the most distinguished artisan in this form....

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  • Jakobs Kyrka

    The building of the church of Hudiksvall begun in 1643. The church was consecrated on Midsummer Eve of 1672. The church is part of the Swedish Lutheran church and one of the highlights of the town of Hudiksvall and is open for visitors from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm. The church can accommodate 540 people.

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  • Visit the preserved...

    Visit the preserved farmhouses around the county of Hälsingland. There are around 41 locations open for tourists.These farmhouses have been restaured on order to show the way of life in the old days. Furniture, tools etc have been carefully assembled through auctions all over the county. It is beautiful and interesting. A living link to history one...

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  • Main shopping street

    Dont miss strolling on the main shopping street of Hudiksvall, Storgatan. But, remember good shopping os to be found in the bigger cities. Here you go for the atmosphere mostly. But if you are lucky, the strawberries-salesmen are out, the you can buy locally grown strawberries.

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  • the Coastline.

    Unspoiled nature, hidden spots, beaches, wildlife...The coast between Furuvik and Gnarp is called the Virgin Coast. More than 500 small islands. Travel alongside it, visit the village,s for example Mellanfjärden, Hårte and Sörfjärden, old fishing communities.

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  • Go fishing - it's free!

    Here is another image from one of the villages along the coastline. In the ocean, you can go fishing without permit. Good luck!

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  • Visit the small villages along...

    Visit the small villages along the Hälsingland Coast!Piqturesque and relaxing atmosphere.

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Hudiksvall Transportation

  • Bus, train or car - it really isn't that...

    Hudiksvall is some 300 kilometres north of Stockholm. It may sound far, but there are several possibilities to get here. If you have a car, you take road E4 to the north from Stockholm, direction Sundsvall. It will take you some four hours and you just keep following the same road. Without a car, the best way to go, according to me, is definitely...

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  • Train to Hudiksvall

    The easiest and most convenient way to reach Hudiksvall is by train. Regular trains take you from Stockholm up the coast in around 2 hours - a lot quicker then driving.

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  • The road E4 primary route...

    The road E4 primary route connects Hudiksvall to Stockholm and the north. A major road, number 84, connects Hudiksvall with inland areas to the west.You can also get here by train. The route Hudiksvall-Stockholm have around 10 trains a day. Six of them is the express train X2000.

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Hudiksvall Shopping

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    by Maline Written Feb 6, 2003

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    Are you into local craft? Then you can definitely find some in Hudiksvall. At least in summer there are little shops in the od boat-houses along square Möljen in the town centre. Also there is a specialized handicrafts shop in one of the smaller strees to the west of Möljen.

    As for other things, well a small town hasnt got that much shopping. There is a little mall called Guldsmedjan in the main street. Also some small stores with everything from cameras to clothes. Nothing fancy, but you can get the everyday things!

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Hudiksvall Local Customs

  • The tourist office in Hudiksvall.

    The tourist office you will find at Storgatan 33 and they will provide you with booklets about this city and the region and also all kind of information you need. They also sell Tourist souvenirs for Tourists and will answer all your questions.

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  • Musik Vid Dellen

    Hudiksvall is well known for its traditional local music. In summer, visitors can enjoy concerts in homestead museums, churches and hill farms.There are also Spelmansstämmor, meetings of traditional fiddlers and other musicians, that are open to public. It is not unusual for such events to gather thousands of participants and spectators.

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  • Have a visit to...

    Have a visit to 'Hantverksgården'. The first floor of the building was built in 1790, and the second in 1810. This beautiful and unique building can be found in the corner of Storgatan and Brunnsgatan.

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Hudiksvall Warnings and Dangers

  • Stick to the Traffic Rules

    Sweden has a zero tolerance attitude towards breaking traffic rules. My driver was pulled over at 9 am in the morning for alcohol testing and there is police presence all over the country. A speeding fine or any other traffic violations can be quiet expensive!

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  • Don't fall into the canal!! ...

    Don't fall into the canal!! =) It goes right through the city centre. Here at Möljen.

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Hudiksvall Off The Beaten Path

  • Inland and the Dellen lakes

    Hudiksvall is located by the coast, but the inland surrounding it is also spectacular. Here you will find peaceful and widespread landscapes, and really be able to enjoy the Swedish outdoors.Travel west from Hudiksvall, and visit the area around the Dellen lakes, the small communities of Bjuråker, Norrbo and Delsbo. Ask at the tourist office in...

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  • South of Hudiksvall you will...

    South of Hudiksvall you will find the small town of Iggesund. Ironworks was established here in 1685, and this photo is taken from the top of a large slag-heap and is a big reminder of the days of the ironworks. From here you have a great view down to the mansion beside the old iron mill.

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  • Have a visit to the small...

    Have a visit to the small fishing village Hölick at the Hornslandet peninsula and explore the beautiful archipelago from there. This is part of the beautiful Jungfrukusten (the Virgincoast).

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Hudiksvall Favorites

  • And here's where it is

    In case you dont know where Hudiksvall is, it is by the coast in the county of Hälsingland. See this map.

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  • In Hudiksvall, dont miss the...

    In Hudiksvall, dont miss the beauty of the small town itself. The downtown-town is so small you can get around it easily by foot. The Square Möljen (ask anyone for directions) is really cute, and here you can buy local crafts from local - and not so local i guess - artists.This is also where the tourist office is located. I have been in Hudik many...

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  • Check out all beautiful wooden...

    Check out all beautiful wooden houses in the city centre. This one can be found in the corner of Storgatan and Käppuddsgatan.

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