I arrange guided walks in English in and around Kristinehamn, Värmland. As your guide I am dressed in historic clothes from the 18th and 19th century – the time when Kristinehamn had it’s great era.
Kristinehamn is one of the iron cities of Sweden and has a long and interesting iron history. There are many interesting remains of this period of time when Kristinehamn was as important for the world economics as Wall Street in New York is today. The first iron mill was established here in 1572 in what was then called “Bro”. The name Kristinehamn comes from Queen Kristina who gave the city it’s town priveliges in 1642. The city is strategically located at the northern point of lake Vänern, the third largest lake in Europe, and during the 18th and 19th century we exported iron to countries all over the World. Come and join Mrs Regina Nordenfeldt for a journey back in time!
Scheduled walks 2019
Dates: July 1st – August 2nd 2019 – every weekday (except Saturdays and Sundays)
Meeting Point: Tourist Office
Duration: approximately 45 minutes
Price: 60 SEK per person to be paid on site with cash or credit card.
How to book: Call or send a text message to +46-70 815 99 62 or send me an e-mail.
Guided tour on your own choice of day – price: 600 SEK/booking for 1-10 people – to be paid at the starting point with cash or credit card. If you are more than 10 people the price is 60 SEK/person.
City Walk App
If you prefer to make the walk yourself there is an app called Stadsvandring Kristinehamn that can be downloaded. Price: 49 SEK and it has voice, text and photos – all in English as well as Swedish.
On a guided walk you will see the following: