Take a chance to visit two oldest towns in Sweden. Uppsala is the historic capital of Sweden and Sigtuna is a charming town on the shores of lake Mällaren, was founded in the X century.
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Sigtuna is Sweden’s first town, founded in the 10th century. Small, idyllic, ideal for Hiking Sigtuna glorious picturesque wooden houses, renovated the town hall of the XVIII century, nice shops, little cafes, restaurants, hotels and museum. In the surroundings of Sigtuna lies four palaces, including the Royal castle and Rosersberg Skokloster.
Uppsala is the first capital of Sweden. During the tour you will see the castle of Gustav WASA (16th century), the founder of the first modern dynasty of Sweden, the Park of the rune stones – ancient writings of the Vikings, the gardens of Linnaeus – the founder of plant classification. You will visit the 13th century Cathedral.
The fourth largest city of Sweden and an important University centre, lies to the North of Stockholm. Visit the Royal mounds of Old Uppsala University Museum Gustavianum and the charming shops and cafes. The house and gardens of the king of botany, Carl von Linnaeus also located in Uppsala.
You can add an extra hour to your tour for lunch for extra charge.
Included: private vehicle, professional guide, beverages.