Hellasgården is a park not far from Stockholm. Here, you can choose from different paths that run along the marsh and ... More
Hellasgården is a park not far from Stockholm. Here, you can choose from different paths that run along the marsh and the lakes, or through a leafy birch forest and over open fields. There is a playground with sand boxes and climbing frames. You can also play beach volleyball here. Nearby, a lawn leads to a safe artificial beach. This is an awesome way to spend quality time with the family.
Several times tried to phone to get information about if the restaurant is open, what hours and if the parking costs anything but no iformation available. Cannot go in on the website either!
I also looked in the telephonebook and tried to phone several numbers but noone to the restaurant! At one phone number, wich was at sdome place at Hellasg�rden a girl answered but she disconnectred me before I had time to ask her!
So...I had to to for 40 minutues......ending no information....so I took my rug-sack-and made my own coffe and sandwishes instead!
I WILL NEVER GO THERE OR TRY TO FIND THE ESTAURASNT TELEPHONENUMBER......it�s a WASTE OF TIME AND ENERGY!!!!!
Sweden House has a tourist office located on the corner of Kungsträdgården, just opposite the NK department store. They will
arrange guided tours, sell tickets to most events and book hotels. Upstairs is the bookshop, with guidebooks, maps and ...
For some peace of mind, a visit to Bergius Botanical Garden (Bergianska trädgården) is a good idea. Affiliated with The
Stockholm University, the garden is also open to the public. Founded in 1885, it is now a heritage garden. ...
The Birka archaeological site is located on Björkö Island in Lake Mälar and was occupied in the 9th and 10th
centuries. Hovgården is situated on the neighbouring island of Adelsö. Together, they make up an archaeological complex which illustrates ...