Balsta in Sweden, from Europe region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Balsta with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 53 reviews
Walt Disney and cartoon lovers should have a particularly great time but this is a relaxing out-of-town visit if you have a more than fleeting interest in cartoons and related collector objects.
I found early cartoons particularly fascinating though material from turn of the last century is understandingly somewhat sparse. Easy to get to by car or by public transport. Restaurant is nice and recommended, with a limited menu they seem to do well. I tried some perfectly tasty pasta with shrimps and sundried tomato pesto.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
We picked up a car at the airport and travelled west to Sigtuna, which was quite close by. We parked and walked into the old town. The main street was a quaint laneway with lovely shops and houses on either side. We walked down to the lakes edge and wandered along the footpath to the boardwalk and park more adjacent to the old town. We sat on some seats and enjoyed the Sunshine before heading on our way again. Lovely spot for a stop.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Service: outstanding, great people!
An tremendous championship golf course at the lake with stunning views on the landscape, nature, lake... And challenging.
After my experience today I must recommend to take your time, have an half hour warm up on the driving range, before you enter the breathtaking stadium course. (To play the old castle course cost much less, but it is not half the experience of the stadium course.)
At end of my day I must say: Maybe the best course in Sweden. For a golfer a must to have played this super golf course.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
A magnificent day out!Visit one of the world’s finest Baroque Castles, located in beautiful surroundings on the shore of Mälaren. Skokloster castle was built during Sweden’s period as a Great Power in the 17th century, and is the biggest private house ever built in Sweden. Visit the Wrangel state apartment on your own or take a guided tour through beautiful rooms and halls that are filled with original furnishings from different centuries. They have magnificent arts and crafts, thrilling paintings and the castle also has also a large armoury.In the summer you can take boats to Skokloster Castle from Uppsala and Sigtuna. ADMISSION Adult SEK 70 GUIDED TOUR supplement of SEK 40. Admission free for persons aged up to 18.
It is a lovely castle, and quite close from the airport, so quite handy, if you have some time to kill before going to Arlanda. It also has a restaurant.
4 based on 10 reviews
I have eaten here several times, most recently last week. Previously had the traditional Christmas table and more recently the business lunch. Food always excellent. Nice place to go for a walk in their natural arboretum which has an enormous collection of trees and forest managed in a variety of different styles.
4 based on 61 reviews
Sweden has this really bad tradition in calling all the medium and large buildings "castles"
It is just another mansion, privately owned, can only see it from outside and be careful where you walk because everything around the area are private properties.
I had to wait till 12:00 for the gates to the park to be open, even though the website said 11. Nobody showed up up to open the gates. I had to go ask somebody at the shop across the street, then finally someone came with a key. It was 15 minutes later.
Building is nice but there are better attractions better in the area. Skip this one! I drove from Uppsala to Stockholm and stopped by but that didnt justify my time wasted. Sorry..
4 based on 36 reviews
Spent two days here with my Nordic management team. Beautiful offsite location, conveniently located close to the airport and great rooms and food. In addition, the conference room was perfect and the free WiFI worked well. I would also consider staying here with my wife for a weekend.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Biskops Arno has a long history. Now it is a quiet island with an old mansion, a park and some agriculture. One may enjoy a walk in the park (there is a 550-old oak), watching at the birds and old buildings and have a coffee. Try to get to the guided tour to know more about what you actually see. There are some summer courses also. This is a place for someone who seeks peace and silence, and is tired of too much impressions, I would say.
4 based on 89 reviews
One of Sweden's oldest stone churches, St. Olof's dates back to the 12th century.
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