Ljusdal Travel Guide

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Ljusdal Things to Do

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    by ORCA63 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Bandy is a wintergame played on ice.At the last weekend of October every year the World Cup for teams is played in Ljusdal.It is a day and night tournament with thousands of spectators watching the games around the clock.There are teams from Sweden,Norway,Finland,Russia,Kazakstan, USA.That makes the small town international and you will hear many different languages.There are also a lot of other happenings for those of you who just want to party.WELCOME.

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    View from ��jeberget

    by orre79 Written Jan 14, 2005

    Järvsöbacken about 15km from Ljusdal holds "Swedens closest alp". Great slopes running down to the village by the river.

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    by orre79 Written Apr 1, 2005

    From Stockholm to Ljusdal there are several trains a day. Most of them stop at the Arlanda airport trainstation, which is extremely convenient if you arrive by plane. From Stockholm it's a journey of 3,5 h and about 20 min less from Arlanda.
    Prices ranges from 145:- (student, last minute) to several hundred krones.

    A cheaper alternative is to catch the bus from the "cityrerminalen" located in Stockholm central station.
    in 4,5 h you reach Ljusdal at a price of 160:-
    Busses leave thursday-sunday 17.30 from Stockholm.

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Ljusdal Shopping

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    Outside the secondhand shop.

    by Dizzyhead Written Jun 5, 2009

    You can buy old things here usually secondhand. Not any things of value. Lots of books and clothes dominated this shop and small stuff too. This shop had a special room for clothes from the 1960th. I watched it, but it is not my style. People who likes to buy secondclothes can find a lot here. I cant say anything about the prices, but you can find many things.

    What to pay: Little to much for the things here. I am used to visit secondhand shops and I must say that this shop was little to expensive with some things.

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