Are you keen on joining one of my tours but want to explore more on your own? Here are 3 things you must do when visiting Jämtland.
Eat a waffle at the most cozy cafe in Sweden – Hanriis Café!
My first and most obvious tip! There is nothing like coffee at the village’s cafe and meeting point. Very homely, family-friendly and also home-baked goodies. In addition to the well-known waffles, there are buns, hot sandwiches and other home-baked goodies. When you’re at Hanriis, it’s like visiting your old grandma’s house. There is also a Karoliner exhibition and geological collection here. Read more and see opening hours here!
Join Morrvikja on a history walk
A lot of people associate Åre with new buildings and lots of people. But it hasn’t always been like that, already in the 12th century pilgrims passed through here. Ignore skiing, cycling and instead let the wings of history prevail for a while. What many do not know is that between pompous new buildings, bubbling entrepreneurial spirit and adrenaline-thirsty guests, a small farming village hides at the foot of Åreskutan. Join Maria on a history walk in the footsteps of her ancestors. Read more and book here!
Kick off your hiking boots and take a city break to Trondheim
The mountains in all their glory, but not many people know that 8 miles away is one of Norway’s largest cities. With a vibrant cultural life, great restaurants and the salty sea, Trondheim invites you to a nice day trip. Take the morning train to Trondheim, walk along the Nidälven, enjoy a good brunch, check out all the old fine wooden houses at Bakklandet, enjoy fresh seafood and be sure to visit Nidaros Cathedral before taking the train back to the mountains again. Read more and find more nuggets here! Norrtåg/VY operates the route Jämtland-Trondheim 2 times each day. Here you book their tickets.
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