I have written all about my experiences and even added some links to places I went to eat and some of the coffee shops I visited. I have also published a lot of photos. Go ahead, read all about it in my diary !
Would you like to see some more photos from the trip? No problem! Let’s start with Karlstad in this post, and I’ll write a separate post about all the different places I went to in Norway during this trip (there’s so much to tell and so many photos to show!)
A city in Värmland County, famous for lake Vänern, which is in fact the largest lake in the EU. Geographically in Europe, only Russia has larger lakes. Karlstad is a popular holiday destination for those interested in outdoor activities and those who just want to spend some time away from the stressful life in the larger cities.
Just look at how green and picturesque it is here.
This is Östra bron, Swedens longest stonebridge. The bridge was built in 1811 and is considered a historical landmark.
A boat converted into a restaurant called Båten (the boat) on the canal.
View from the sightseeing boat trip with Karlstadbuss.
Stadsträdgården park dates back to the 1800s. The park is full of beautiful flowers. In fact, there are over 800 different kinds of plants, trees and flowers here.
Segerstad. If you want to explore something outside of Karlstad, there’s a wonderful forest rich in wildlife, only a fifteen minute drive away.