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Eslöv Things to Do

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    by Sjalen Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    One of the nicest corners of modern Eslöv is this house from 1892 and appropriately, it has been turned into the town museum where you can learn about life in Eslöv which obviously includes lots of fun jars and boxes due to all the food production. Just so you won't miss it, there are loads of signs outside the door (second pic) :)))

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    by Sjalen Updated Jun 15, 2007

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    Very well known amongst horse lovers all over Sweden, Flyinge is the home of the National Stud full of Swedish Warmblood champions, housed at Flyinge Kungsgård. This brings lots of well known riders here to work too and there is always something going on. I however recommend to catch it on a quiet day when you can see students at work with the horses or just a show jumping star going about his everyday business without the glamour. Apart from all this, there is also a stork colony at the stables. At the village of Flyinge itself, you will find a couple of Viking runestones.

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    by Sjalen Updated Jun 15, 2007

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    One of Eslöv's contributions to Swedish architecture is this church as it is built in a New Gothic style which has since become known as "Eslöv Gothic". The architect is called Salomon Sörensen and the church was finished in 1891. The treasures inside are actually quite modern, with a famous carpet maker having made the altar carpet and with lots of things from the 1950s and 60s.

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  • by UlrikaRu Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Trollenäs Slott is a castle outside Eslöv. They serve fine dining and arrange a lot of wine tastings. The surroundings are so beautiful, you got to come here a couple of hours earlier and take a stroll in the fantastic park.

    Favorite Dish: Their seven course menue is fabulous. It's genuine scanian food with a touch.

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Eslöv Transportation

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    by Sjalen Updated Jun 15, 2007

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    By train is an easy way of getting to Eslöv since there are several trains an hour from Lund and Malmö as well as to Hässleholm to the north, where you can catch X2000 trains to Stockholm as most of those do not stop here. Check the sites below for times. Eslöv railway station from 1914 reminds me of my old school but is in fact quite nice. It is the third station on the site and the first one in Sweden to have a tunnel system under the tracks.

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Eslöv Off The Beaten Path

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    by Sjalen Updated Jun 15, 2007

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    Stockamöllan to the north of Eslöv is a pretty little village worth a detour if you're driving. If not, the way to get here is by bus from Stehag between Eslöv and Höör and reached by commuter trains (see website in the travel tip). It is known for its old watermill with some old cottages around it and I just love the lush atmosphere here, where you are getting closer to Söderåsen with its national park further north. A walk up to the Stenbock Monument on its hill will show you what I mean. General Stenbock crossed the Rönne River here on his way to the Battle at Helsingborg in 1710. The village has an Industrial museum (call for the irregular opening hours to avoid disappointment) where you can see deck chairs like those made for Titanic, and what has been produced at the mill throughout times - mostly other wooden things. Stockamöllan also has a June jazz festival and a canoe centre (second link).

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