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Blekinge

Spend your free days in southern Sweden, Blekinge, and be as born again. Head out into the unique, beautifully diverse nature. Discover the archipelago, the glittering lakes and the white sandy beaches. Explore the living history, enjoy the culture, the local food and the world heritage and the naval city of Karlskrona. Welcome to Blekinge, a small landscape with great experiences!

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Bergslagen
Bergslagen, Ronneby

Ronneby has the beautiful Brunnspark but also a cultural treasure— Bergslagen. A real neighbourhood with buildings and street structures dating back to the Middle Ages. Here, you can stroll in cultural-historical environments along narrow winding alleys behind the Holy Cross church with its vast collection of Renaissance art. There’s also a home-built museum and art exhibitions at Ronneby Cultural Center in the area.

Naval Museum
Marinmuseum, Stumholmen. Karlskrona

The Naval Museum provides a captivating journey into the intriguing realm of the Swedish Navy. Featuring authentic battleships, 18th-century figureheads, and unique models, the exhibits offer a comprehensive look at Sweden's naval history. A highlight is the underwater tunnel housing a genuine wreck. Going beyond conventional displays, the museum offers interactive experiences, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the naval world. Step aboard historic vessels, listen to captivating sea tales through audiovisual presentations and engage your senses for an enriching exploration of maritime heritage.

Lax & Vin
Pirgatan 15, Karlshamn

Dedicated to excellence, this establishment places a strong emphasis on using organic products, prioritising quality-conscious producers committed to their craft and sourcing raw materials locally whenever possible. The menu, rooted in the seasons and the availability of carefully selected products, reflects innovation, variability, and harmony with nature's course. Guests can unwind in the wine bar, where drinks and snacks offer a delightful prelude or opt for a full-fledged dining experience in the restaurant.

Hoby Kulle Herrgård
Hobykullsvägen 7, Bräkne-hoby

The magnificent Hoby Kulle Manor is located just outside Bräkne-Hoby, in the heart of Blekinge County. Experience the peaceful environment dating back to the 1600s. Treat yourself to a meal beneath the vines in the charming orangery, or shop for antiques and plants in the farm shop.

Karlshamn Museum
Karlshamns Museum, Vinkelgatan 8, Karlshamn

The museum is located in Karlshamn's cultural quarter. Here you will find the city museum, the old punsch factory, the tobacco factory, the silversmith's workshop, the printing factory, the art gallery, and the famous songwriter for children Alice Tegner's special room. Skottbergska Gården is also in the cultural quarter. It is one of Sweden’s best-preserved trading houses with roots from the late 18th century, original adornments and an apartment furnished in the style of that period.

Martinssonska Gården Art Museum
Konstmuseum Martinssonska Gården, Lotsgatan 8, Karlshamn

Open during the summer season, Martinssonska Gården is a beautiful art museum filled with sculptures from Johnny Martinsson, together with pieces by Thure Wahlström, Oscar Wickström and Per Serre.

Ronneby Airport
Ronneby Airport, Bredåkravägen 26, Kallinge

Located in Kallinge, about 8 kilometres north of Ronneby, Ronneby Airport (RNB) is a key international gateway for the region, easily accessible via transfer buses that stop at the airport. Information about public transportation options can be found on Blekingetrafiken's website. Daily flights connect Ronneby Airport to Stockholm, serving both Bromma and Arlanda airports with a flight duration of approximately 50 minutes. The airport is strategically positioned, with distances of 33 kilometres to Karlskrona, 32 kilometres to Karlshamn, 60 kilometres to Olofström, and 59 kilometres to Sölvesborg.

Passport/Visa

Sweden can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

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