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Dalarna is often called “Sweden in miniature”. Much of the popular imagery of Sweden, culturally and geographically, is from Dalarna; a pretty red-painted cottage by a glittering lake, in the evening sun, people in brightly-coloured folk costumes dance and swirl in celebration of Midsummer. All very Swedish. All very Dalarna. The Dalarna landscape is one of mountains, waterfalls and rivers, deep forests with woodland lakes and open rolling farmland. Perfect country for hiking, skiing, cycling, skating, canoeing and other outdoors adventures. The province also hosts some of the world’s biggest mass sports events such as the Vasaloppet cross-country ski race and Vasaloppet endurance mountainbike event. The most popular visitor destinations in Dalarna are the Falun Coppermine, a UNESCO world heritage site, the museums dedicated to Swedish artists Carl Larsson and Anders Zorn, the Orsa Predator Park and the major ski resorts. The varied landscapes of the province, the outdoor activities on offer and its colourful, thriving culture, make Dalarna one of Sweden’s most popular destinations, all year around.
There is a lot to see and do in Dalarna. Here is just a small sample of what we have to offer. We hope that you are going to enjoy it just as much as we do!
What are you looking for? Adrenaline kicks, magnificent nature, genuine handicraft or hot party nights? The range of activities on offer in Dalarna satisfies all tastes all year round. Are you an adventurous and restless soul, culture- and knowledge-seeking or just looking for peace and quiet? Dalarna has what you are looking for.
Dalarna - a world of flavours. Discover the scents and flavours of Dalarna such as lingonberries, blueberries, game and mushrooms. Wander through one of Dalarna's welcoming little towns and stop off for a coffee or something ot eat. Top class restaurants Dalarna has some of the best restaurants in Sweden according to Swedish restaurant bible, the White Guide. One of them is SMAK & Mera in Falun. This restaurant is located in the center of Falun, and has been ranked one of Sweden's best restaurants. Other top-class restaurant include Bruntegården in Rättvik, Onkel Jean, Olarsgården Hotell & Restaurang, SeaFoodBar, TB Grill Room and Lammet & Grisen in Sälen, Banken Två rum & kök and Blackstone Steakhouse in Falun, Dala-Floda Värdshus in Dala Floda and Café Engel in Ludvika.
Don't forget to fika! Swedes have a fika twice every day; one in the morning and one in the afternoon. That's the rule and all Swedes obey it. A fika is a coffee or tea break, accompanied by buns, biscuits or whatever you fancy. Joking aside, a fika is a central part of Swedish life and wherever they are, or whatever they are doing Swedes will have a fika, why not join them? When you´re in Dalarna find a local café and have a fika.
From cottage to hotel. Spend the night under the stars, or in a comfortable hotel. In Dalarna you get the best of both worlds. Stay at a campsite - under your own roof. Visit Dalarna with a caravan or camper and choose from all our comfortable campsites, some open year-round. There are smaller, simple campsites, as well as large facilities with a range of associated activities. Tents are welcome too. Sleep at one with nature in the most beautiful province of Sweden. Rent a cottage - traditional and welcoming. There are lots of lovely cottages to rent in Dalarna, from the simple 'back to nature' option in a glorius setting, to luxurious wooden cottages with a sauna and jacuzzi. Stay independently or in a holiday village, beside a lake, in the forest or in the mountains. Stay in a hotel - comfortable and easy. If the comfort of a hotel is more you, Dalarna has a wide range to choose from. Stay in the heart of the town, or in a little village in the country , we've got everything from simple, family-run hotels to big, high-class establishments with a range of activities. Treat yourself to a relaxing stay where the only thing you need to think about is enjoying your holiday. Other accommodation - And then there are all our Bed & Breakfasts, hostels and guesthouses too... Welcome and book at
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