Events in Karlskrona
This autumn Dolly Style will be playing on a dedicated concert tour and accelerate on the rear wheels! Dolly Style has, with its own unique expression, dollyfierat Sweden and become one of the 10th century's most unique characters.
Lena Philipssons acclaimed show "Jag är ingen älskling" will come to Karlskrona this fall. Lena and her band will make sure to give you an evening to remember on the fifth of November in Karlskrona konserthus.
In Hjalmar Bergman's classic novel, we meet Jonathan Borck, or more famous as the clown Jac.
Take part of different organizer tips and trick to attain your dream wedding.
Embark on a bubbling performance for children with Bamse the bear and his friends, singing and dancing to well-known children's songs. It will be impossible to sit still!
Welcome to Boda Boooo during the autumn break - if you dare!
Sat 1 Oct - Tue 7 Nov
The theme this fall is going to be "Children in the 18th century"Read more
Tue 17 Oct - Tue 21 Nov
Discover Sunday Fun! A wide range of activities for all children, on Sundays during the spring and fall at the Naval Museum.Read more
Thu 19 Oct
This years conference takes place the 19th of October - with the theme "The elections - Europe after the super-election year".Read more
Thu 19 Oct
Karlskrona Hockey Club series 2017-2018.Read more
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Karlskrona. In the middle of the archipelago.
The archipelago is a perfect place to relax, recharge and just be. Self or together. No requirements, no musts - just be.
Sweden's southernmost archipelago is composed of 1,650 islands, skerries and islets - from Hasslö in the west to Utlängan in the east. Savour blue days of wind, water, salt splashed rocks and glorious bays for bathing. Discover this chain of ilsands in your own way.
On land, on water, for real! The museum tells the Swedish Navy's exciting history. Karlskrona's most visited attraction! Boats, figureheads, models, sub-marines, all of which tell of the Swedish Navy's exciting story from empire to today.
The Submarine Hall - Two submarines in a spectacular building. The new Submarine Hall opened in June 2014. Free entrance.
The cycling in Karlskrona is amazing! Head off on unknown roads using GPS, experience The Garden of Sweden or take your bike on an archipelago boat and visit some of our hundreds of islands.
Make use of the Right of Public Access - bring a basket for berries and mushrooms on your excursion.
In Karlskrona there are 25 beautiful nature reserves - protected nature and protected species.
Karlskrona offers fantastic adventures in unique environments. There are a variety of guided tours to choose from, and the sound of the occean and the smell of tar is always present.
Drop anchor in Karlskrona, the city that was founded in 1680, when Karl XI decided to establish the country's new naval base here.
More than 300 years later the Naval base is still here in Karlskrona - the city where old meets new and tradition meets innovation. In 1998, Karlskrona gained World Heritage Status by UNESCO.
Blekinge Museum is located at the Fisktorget, with exhibition rooms in several buildings and the museum always has something new going on. The museum describes both Karlskrona and Blekinge's history in some fixed exhibits, including a noted 1700s floor in the Wachtmeister palace, called Grevagården. There is also a pleasant cafe in the reconstructed baroque garden. The museum surprises often with exciting exhibitions where even our own time are mirrored. Do not miss a visit to Grevargrundet - Blekinge Museum's playground with archipelago theme.
Have you always dreamed of catching that monster pike, or are you simply attracted by the peace and quiet as you cast your line inthe first light of dawn? Karlskrona offers you both options!
Go fishing on your own or with a guide in one of Sweden's best fishing waters! Get help from our skilled operators, which offers many good and exciting packages.
Karlskrona City Marina
A modern guest harbour with all facilities, walking distance to the city centre. There is also a motor home parking area on the dockside.
An idyllic village from the 17th century also known as "The thousand roses village". Smell the roses and the sea, hike on the mighty wall that frames the village and reminds us of the former Danish times. Take a swim from the pier or from one of the bathing areas. Sit on the dock and enjoy the boat life in the harbor. In Kristianopel you will find several small shops, cozy cafes and eateries.
Fun for Kids Karlskrona is a local network and the Tourist Office, which offers families experiences and special offers. It makes it easy to plan your visit to Karlskrona and easy once you get here. With the benefit card and map, you can head out in search of new and memorable experiences. You will need at least a week or several visits to Karlskrona, to be able to have time for all the fun!
Tips on activities free of charge, for children and families! We have gathered tips and inspiration for outings suited for families.
The Admiralty Church is only five years younger than the city itself and was inaugurated in 1685 as a temporary measure, while waiting for a larger stone church. To the delight of us this unique wooden church was never demolished. Come and meet The Old Man Rosenbom, Karlskrona’s most famous inhabitant – lift his hat and drop in a donation! You will also find a statue of Nils Holgersson here.