Experience Royal Djurgarden from the biggest sightseeing train in Europe and enjoy never seen panoramic views of the extrordinary surroundings.
Durationup to 6 hours
Where to go
The city of Uppsala was originally known as Östra Aros and was renamed in the 13th century, after it overtook Gamla Uppsala (old Uppsala) as the region's main centre. It is characterized by the Fyris River which flows through the centre of the city, which was long used for ship travel and was mentioned in Scandinavian mythology.While here, don’t miss out on seeing the Uppsala Cathedral which was inaugurated in 1435 and is one of the largest Gothic style churches in Europe. Another popular attraction is the Uppsala Castle which was built in the 16th century and played a big role throughout the country's history.The oldest Scandinavian university can also be found here. Uppsala University was founded in 1477 and was home to famous botanist and zoologist Carl Linnaeus, whose house and Botanical Garden were turned into a museum.