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We happened in on a Saturday and there was a choir singing. We sat down and enjoyed the time listening to them. They were so soothing and beautiful. The cathedral is gorgeous and we were able to light a candle for a friend who was...More
An absolutely incredible cathedral - simply gorgeous! If you're lucky enough to be there during choir practice it is absolutely magical.
The cathedral itself is free entry, but there is a charge for the treasury which is incredibly worth it! Though the information guide is...More
When you visit, make sure to attend the guided tours! I have attended both the tour around the main hall as well as the treasure tour. The schedule is somewhat limited for English listeners (I took the Swedish ones) but It’s well worth it to...More
Amazing cathedral in the heart of Scandinavia. If you are lucky enough to visit it while they are rehearsing at the huge organ, it's a stunning experience. A nice and intimate caffetteria by the side as well.
Built in the 13th century, it is the tallest church of the Nordic countries and holds tombs of several important Swedish monarchs and other famous people such as Gustav Vasa and Carl Linnaeus. The interior was mostly redone in Neo-Gothic style but some older things...More
A breathtaking masterpiece of architecture and one of the oldest cathedrals of the world, turning even the non religious into a respectful and quiet visitor. A must when in Sweden, easy train ride from Stockholm.