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Had a Great day in Sigtuna, quite easy to get to from Stockholm Central by train to Marsha and then bus to Sigtuna.
We spent a bit of time walking around the old church ruins of St. Olaf’s, must have been an amazing stone building...More
St. Olaf Church was built in the first half of the 12th century, over the remains of an older stone church. Next to the church wall is the foundations of a small house, which covered a spring or sacred well perhaps used for baptism, as...More
Beautiful ruins in this really picturesque jewel of a village. With its old houses, small cafes and little shops, it makes for a nice day trip from Stockholm (by train and bus, or by boat during the Summer).
The ruins were utterly sublime, and we came to Sigtuna by bus just to see them. We were happy to find ourselves in a lovely, albeit tiny, little town. But the ruins look more beautiful in person, even, and have such an atmosphere to them...More
We stopped here en route to Stockholm from Skinnskatteberg. It ended up being a nice place for a fika break and the highlight was the rune stones. Later on in our month-long trip across Scandinavia, we saw other rune stones and now looking back, the...More
Well preserved ruins of a church (probably one of the oldest in Sweden) dating back to the first half of the 12th century. Unfortunately, for safety reasons, the place is fenced off, but it is worth a visit if you are in the area (especially...More