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M/S Kung Carl Gustaf

M/S Kung Carl Gustaf is an historic passenger ship that is 124 years old. She has been operating in Uppsala and its surroundings for 26 years. Take a trip out to Skokloster, take a tour of the castle,...

Skarholmen restaurant

Skarholmen is a meeting place in a beautiful location, with views over Lake Mälaren and close to nature. A variety of events take place during the year, everything from seafood weeks, summer club and ...

Slottet (the Castle) - Café, Events, Conference

Enjoy coffee and cakes or lunch in this traditional setting at Uppsala Castle. The old vaults under the art museum are home to Cajsa's Kök. Here you can enjoy everything from open sandwiches and after...

  • Phone: +46 18-13 01 90
  • Address: Uppsala slott, Drottning Christinas väg 1F
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Café Alma med Cajsa´s Kök

One floor down in Universitetshuset (the main building of Uppsala University) is Café Alma with Cajsa's Kök. Here you will find a vast selection of food that focuses on alternatives that are healthy a...

Uppsala City Garden

Stadsträdgården is Uppsala's city park situated beside the Fyris river. The powers that be in Uppsala took the first steps towards creating this city park in the late 19th century. Now in the early 21...

M/S Enköping

M/S Enköping was built in 1868, making her the world’s oldest operating passenger ship according to Lloyd’s Register. Under Strömma’s ownership she has undergone extensive renovation and on board she ...

Tropiska Växthuset (Tropical greenhouse)

At Tropiska Växthuset (Tropical greenhouse) you will find Uppsala's only rainforest, with palms, banana trees, coffee trees and orchids. Plants originating from a hotter climate are grown here, from d...

  • Phone: +46 18 471 28 38
  • Address: Villavägen 8

Adventure Course in Fjällnora

The tree-top adventure course in Fjällnora enjoys a picturesque location beside Trehörningen lake. Here you will find one of the country's biggest tree-top courses, promising a fantastic experience in...


Linnaeus' Hammarby

Linnaeus' Hammarby is one of the most authentically preserved estates from the 1700s. The estate was purchased as a summer residence by the Prince of Botanists himself in 1758 and served as an escape ...

The Linnaeus Garden

Who was 18th century Swedish super-scientist Carl Linnaeus? What did he do that was so important and why should you visit his garden? Linnaeus' biological naming system (the binomial nomenclature) ma...

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