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The Karnan tower is a place to visit for the whole family. In the beautiful Slottshagsparken above Terasstrapporna in the centre of Helsingborg you’ll find the medieval Karnan castle tower. Karnan is about 35 metres high and it’s worth every single...more
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This was my first stop in Helsingborg. I enjoyed walking to the tower and looking around the park and the rose gardens. It was beautiful. Unfortunately, the tower has a lot of building works, which obscured the view from it, and to it. You have...More
Karnan acts as an ideal viewpoint for the small city of Helsingborg. Getting to Karnan is a quick walk from the train station, but beware of the many steps.
Once on top of Karnan be sure to spend some time taking in Helsingborg at all...More
We visited Karnan tower almost daily during our trip to Helsingborg, Sweden. We were awed by the tower, and how beautiful the structure and steps leading up to it is. There is an amazing view of the town and the harbor overlooking Oresund sound toward...More
I visited the tower before and always was impressed how spacious it is on the inside compared to how narrow it looks from the outside. And to think this was actually an inhabited place towards the end of 1300. Last time I went I took...More
What a fun, historic place. It's a shame so much construction was going on on the outside but the experience was perfect.
You can easily imagine life as a maid or a cook during it's prime use. And stairs, ohhhhh those stairs. A dizzying, glorious...More
Excellent view of the city from the the area surrounding the keep. There are panels explaining the history of the area. If you are in town it is worth stopping in. They are doing construction on the main stairs until 2018 so there is some...More