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Sigtuna Boardwalk, Sigtuna
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Sigtuna Boardwalk is located in Sigtuna. Sigtuna Boardwalk is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Sigtuna Edition.
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  • The promenade in Sigtuna ranging from horse Bridge all the way to the beach at Sjudargårdsbadet and is a fantastic walk both day and night, when eg Monk reflecting in the water. In the middle of the promenade is a wonderful place where You can rest your legs and watch IT over the small island of "Africa". Then you take the passes away towards the Harbour and then past/or look into the 32 room and then continue the walk. You decide how far you want to go.
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  • höviksnäs Lake Shore clean air you'll enjoy awesome nature. dive into nature you sit tefekküre seyren.
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  • It was the first city of Sweden, dates from 980 ad. On the northern shore of Lake Mälaren, its history is millenary. You should visit Sigtuna with a beautiful walk and see its peculiarities: the particular Civic Museum with its exhibitions, the stones of the Vikings for which just go in the Tourist Office at Stora gatan and ask for a copy of the runes (futhark) and then that looking around very easily spread as they are in the landscape. Beautiful.
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