Strängnäs Greeters are proud of Strängnäs. They are locals who love living here so much that they are enthusiastic about introducing you to their city and sharing their knowledge.
Strängnäs Greeters is a FREE public service open to everyone.
A group should consist of 1-6 people.
All Greeters and Greeter destinations share the same core values.
By going with a Greeter you will discover corners of the city you might not otherwise discover. You may, among other things, get short information about the city's history, tips on attractions and restaurants.
Each Greet is a personal and unique experience, which is individually tailored to what you want to know.
We are already looking forward to your visit.
The stately cathedral dates back as far as the 13th century. Thetriptychs and statues are magnificent, and King Gustav Vasa is said to have delivered his first speech as newly elected king along the northern side of the cathedral on 6 June 1523.
In 1819 built the merchant Nils Rydberg, a gazebo in the form of a small Greek temple. Autumn of 1988 the temple burned to the ground but could be replaced with a copy.
The current windmill on Kvarnkullen was built in 1855 and is of Dutch model. It was sold to Strängnäs city in 1918. The windmill is in such good condition that it would work today.