Activities, sightseeing and city walks in Arboga with the green guide! 


Next opportunity: {{post.datum|LL}} kl 17.00 - 18.00

For 60 minutes you will experience streets and alleys and see the Arboga's most charming houses. Since how long have we had Christmas trees in our houses and why is Christmas red? Why did Jenny Nyström paint Christmas cards like she did and how did the Vikings celebrate Christmas? Going on a city walk when it is dark outside means that you see more clearly details that might not otherwise be discovered, such as tiled stoves, beamed ceilings and Christmas decorations. The city walk that goes on cobblestones in worn alleys and under the light of the lanterns ends with a mug of hot mulled wine and light snacks.

Meeting point: S.t Nicolai church
Price: 125 SEK.

In the foot steps of Lasse-Maja

Next opportunity: {{post.datum|LL}} kl 18.00 - 19.30

In Arboga, history is for real - an exciting city walk through the important and prosperous city. Medieval iron trade was held here, powerful people traveled here, important meetings were held here and important decisions were made here. When Arboga became a city, no one knows, but city rights were granted to the city during the latter part of the 13th century. Experience Arboga's beautiful, well-preserved city center with charming and beautiful views of the Arboga River. You walk on cobbled streets and see old houses. Priests came here to visit the churches and citizens to participate in Sweden's first parliament. The nationally known big thief and adventurer Lars Molin - also called Lasse-Maja was buried in 1847 in the cemetery at the Holy Trinity Church.

Meeting point: Upon request only
Price: Upon request only​
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