Discover Sweden’s unknown side
Get to know southern Sweden! Book a flight to Linköping and visit the Swedish Airforce Museum and Ekenäs Slott. Admire the beautiful cathedral and discover the Konsthallen Passagen, a Valhalla for art lovers. If you’re more into nature, don’t despair. Within minutes of the city there is a vast scenery with an abundance of lakes, forests and fantastic hiking trails for you to enjoy.
Art, culture and gastronomy
Linköping’s most striking building is its 109-metre tall cathedral. Construction of this Gothic church was started in the 12th century. Wander through the historic streets of the Gamla Linköping open-air museum and experience the early 19th-century atmosphere. There’s even an old chocolate factory where you can sample and buy chocolate! The Swedish Airforce Museum with dozens of aircraft on display is a must-see for airplane enthusiasts. Not only is Linköping the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Sweden. Treat yourself: book a flight to Linköping now!
From architecture to sports and leisure
If you’re more into contemporary architecture, Linköping boasts a number of extremely modern buildings such as the new library, the Mjärdevi Center and the Cloetta Center. The latter is a contemporary arena for sports contests and concerts and absolutely worth a visit. Go to Trädgårdsföreningen when you need to unwind. This English-style city park, built in 1859, has many old trees, streams and ponds as well as a beautiful butterfly garden. From its observation tower there are also some excellent views.
Flights to Linköping for a unique vacation
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Linköping’s 800-year-old cathedral stands on a modest square with low trees. Thanks to its 107-metre-high spire, the church is visible anywhere in the city. What makes this church really special is that in addition to its dedication to the divine, it also houses some wonderful art. One of the artworks on display is a triptych by 16th-century Dutch painter Maarten van Heemskerck.
The Göta Canal, also known as ‘Sweden’s Blue Ribbon’, is one of the country's most important hydraulic engineering achievements. The 190-km long canal runs from Gothenburg in the west, to the Baltic Sea. Because of the large altitude differences, the canal has 58 locks. The Berg locks, 10 km from Linköping, are a spectacular sight.
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