Categories: Nature & Parks
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Har bott i Stockholm i många år men hade inte tidigare varit på Hagaparken endast hört talas om den i väldigt liten grad. När jag äntligen bestämde mig för att gå och se Hagaparken för första gången p... read more »Have lived in Stockholm for many years but had not previously been on Haga only heard about it in a very small degree. When I finally decided to go and see the Haga Park for the first time due to a school assignment, I would find it hard to believe that it could be so big and wonderful at the same time. I felt a little embarrassed that we had not been here before and seen so much beautiful scenery, green environment as well as other activities on the site. You may just realize the lack of marketing in American tourism, this is a real tourist attraction!show original
The large park has everything you might need for you and your friends/family: have a picnic, go for jogging, visit Fjärilshuset, Within the park you can see also the Chinese Pavilion or the Echo Templ... read more »
På en vakker høstdag bestemte vi oss for å gå en tur til og i Hagaparken, det angret vi ikke på. Et nydelig sted rett utenfor Stockholm. Stille og rolig. Fin informasjon underveis.On a beautiful autumn day we decided to go for a walk to and in Hagaparken, it regretted we not on. A lovely place just outside Stockholm. Quiet and calm. Nice information along the way.show original
Amazing park! Check out the Haga Palace, King Gustav III's Pavilion, the Echo Temple, an older castle ruin (which is not really a ruin as it is the remains of a castle never finished), the Butterfly House and the Cooper Tents!
Man oh mang, what a beaut! Increstulosly green in the spring, this is a park fit for A KING 👏
An amazingly beautiful park. This is the park where the Fjärilshuset (butterfly museum) and Haga Palace are at. We went on an amazing walk around near the lake and had a great time after we left the Fjärilshuset. The area is free, but I've been told that you have to pay for parking. We took a bus and it was less than 2 blocks from where our bus dropped us off. Lots of bikers and walkers were out enjoying the afternoon. I really wish we didn't have to leave as it was one of the best places on our trip.
Be careful. Jätteloka grows in the summer. It's an invasive plant originally from East Asia. It's very big and when you cut it open, juice comes out. The juice is what's dangerous. It burns your skin. Please be careful and look out for the jätteloka. It almost killed me last summer, I'm still suffering from the wounds.
Very beautiful park with spectacular sceneries. Proper for walking, jogging and cycling especially during the summer.
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