Upptäck charmiga Norrtälje
Cykla i charmiga Norrtäljes vackra omgivningar.
1 night 1 300 kr / pers
Experience the idyllic Roslagen with its beautiful landscape. A nice cycling adventure awaits you here - packed with beautiful views and a charming little town. Welcome to Norrtälje and the archipelago in the Baltic Sea!
During Norrtälje jazz days the whole city swings, but also during other times of the year, the city's pubs often have jazz and blues on the program. In the middle of the 19th century, Norrtälje was one of the most popular seaside resorts in the Baltic Sea, widely known for its charitable mud. If you want to know more about the city's interesting history, there are city walks on ironworks, Russian invasion, fire raids and the thriving seaside epoch. In this bike package you cycle on your own and orient yourself with a cycle map.
Upon arrival in Norrtälje, you can go directly and pick up your bike and discover Norrtälje and its surroundings on your own. You can find suggestions for two nice bike rides in the bike guide that you get when you book the package, one of about 20 km and one that is 50 km long. The bicycle tours are mostly on smaller, quieter roads with varying environments through historical surroundings, idyllic landscape and a beautiful archipelago.
When you wish, you check in at the friendly hostel, Hvilan in central Norrtälje. There is wireless network connection (wifi) and a sauna and relaxation area to rent after completed bike ride. In the evening you will have a tasty archipelago dinner in Norrtälje.
In the idyllic city center of Norrtälje, there are lots of things to discover. At Café Oppi's next to the Norrtälje river, it is rumored that the city's best coffee is served and at Café Landkrabban the tempting cakes look like works of art. Put your teeth in one ... and just enjoy! At Piren, a quick bike ride from central Norrtälje, the sea expanses and the restaurant is like a small archipelago oasis where you can sit down and eat good food. Inside the town you can visit many nice restaurants along the new harbor area.