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In Östersund, you will enjoy life all year around. The city is "just enough" with a very own, charming atmosphere and many things unique. The high, crisp air, the bright, long summer nights and the white winters with lots of snow make it really easy to like not only the city of Östersund, but also its surroundings. Östersund is located in the center of the county of Jämtland, the self-proclaimed republic. Here you will find pleasant shopping, several small cafés, exciting cultural life and also a rich entertainment and a wide range of outdoor activities!

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Jamtli History Land And Museum

If you only want to visit one museum when you are in Östersund and Jämtland, then choose the Jamtli. During the summer months you can meet people from in the past and experience the local culture up close. In the winter there is a traditional Christmas market. At Jamtli, there is a subterranean landscape with one of Sweden’s weirdest exhibitions, which magically weaves the history of Norrland. There is also the 1000-year-old Överhogdal hangings, Europe’s oldest and best-preserved textile picture. The museum has been awarded with three stars in the Guide Michelin.

Museiplan, Östersund

Moose Garden

Meet tame elks at close quarters – so close you can actually pet them! See also how paper is made from elk droppings. Please phone for opening hours.

Orrviken 215, Orrviken

Innefickan Restaurang & Bar

One of Jämtland’s best restaurants, which has reached the final of the “dish of the year” competition on several occasions. The cuisine is Italian and inspired by the Mediterranean, however, the food is mainly prepared from local ingredients such as reindeer and char. The city’s best fish dishes – shellfish, bouillabaisse and kingfish – are on the menu.

Postgränd 11, Östersund


Östersund’s highest situated restaurant with a majestic view over both the city and the mountains. On the menu you will find reindeer, moose, char and homemade truffles.

ÖSK vägen 13, Östersund


In Östersund, you will find Jämtland’s first glasswork, managed by three women. Storsjöhyttan was established in 1995 with only one studio, workshop and gallery. Come and experience how the glass is transformed into a piece of art and/or buy something from the shop.

Hamnen, Östersund

Frösö Handtryck

In the years of 2000 and 2002, Frösö Handtryck (Frösö Hand Printing) was given the Swedish design award "Utmärkt svensk form" (Excellent Swedish Art). The factory workshop is located on Gripengränd Frösö Park and here you can buy textiles with beautiful, local motives.

Gripengränd Frösö Park, Frösö

Exchange Office

FOREX Bank is since 1965 the Scandinavian market leader in foreign currencies. Since mid-2003 FOREX Bank also offers a growing range of other banking services deposits, loans, payment services, transaction services and credit and debit cards. FOREX Bank is centrally located throughout Scandinavia with more than 110 branches. At FOREX Bank you can buy foreign currency free of charge, at hours that suit you.


Östersund’s airport is located on Frösö Island and transport to the city centre only takes ten minutes. Airport buses run to and from the centre of Östersund in connection with most departures. Tickets can be purchased on Flygbussen and on the city bus service “stadsbussarna.” The cost is about 50 kronor (25 kr if you are under 20) and tickets are valid for departures within 1 hour. There is a stop for the airport bus at the bus station by Gustav III’s torg, from where you can travel further around the county by bus. Taxis cost about 265 kr into the centre (a shared car costs 125 kr per person).

Östersund’s airport