17 de octubre de 2016


Sigtuna is Sweden’s oldest town. It is a picturesque Medieval town that is situated next to Mälaren lake.

Once you are at Stockholm’s Central Station, take the train (pendeltåg) 36 towards Märsta, where you have to stop (travel time 38minutes), and then go to Märsta Station to take bus number 575 to Sigtuna Hällsboskolan (travel time 32 minutes).

In Sigtuna you can see some churches such as St. Mary’s church, St. Olofs Church ruin, St. Lawrence church ruin, the Town Hall, castles and palaces, the Sigtuna Museum and many other things. It is a very quiet village noted for its old colorful houses, but especially for the views from the lake where you can see people exercising, walking, relaxing...

The main street

Typical Swedish house

City Hall

St. Olofs Church ruin

St. Mary's Church

And finally, Mälaren lake....

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