Top 5 - What not to miss when visiting Karlskrona!

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Karlskrona's archipelago

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.

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The Naval Museum

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.

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Stortorget karlskrona

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The World Heritage City

Karlskrona’s impressive and well-preserved architecture and town plan gained the town World Heritage status in 1998, and everywhere you go you can see evidence of this.
Learn more about the world heritage site through our unique guided tours.

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Kungsholm fort karlskrona

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The Kungsholm Fortress

Together with Drottningskär Citadel on Aspö has the Kungsholm Fortress guarded the entrance to Karlskrona for more than 300 years. Join us for a unique and exciting world heritage experience. Through out the summer the tourist office arranges guided tours to this fanatstic world heritage site.


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Brändaholm Karlskrona flygbild

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Brändaholm 

Fortythree red cottages with white painted corners, waving flags and the deep blue sea. Where have you seen these before? Well, this most Swedish picture motif, perhaps the best known of all, is here in wonderful Karlskrona – on the little headland of Brändaholm. Karlskrona's allotment cottages have a unique building style from the 1920s, with small houses built in similarl design, size and colours.

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