Zornmuseet displays many of the best-loved portraits and characteristic nudes of the Mora painter Anders Zorn (1860–1920), one of...
Even if you have no interest in skiing, you may be pleasantly surprised by the excellent Vasaloppsmuseet, which really communicates the...
Next door, the Zorn family house Zorngården is an excellent example of a wealthy artist’s house and reflects Zorn’s National Romantic...
Right next door to Mora Kaffestuga is another recommended bakery-cafe, drawing a slightly less fashion-forward crowd with plenty of...
Lonely Planet review
Fat-bottomed roly-poly bear cubs are the star attraction at Grönklitt Björnpark, the largest predator park in Europe 16km from Orsa. Even if there are no cubs around during your visit, there’s plenty to see: polar bears, Kodiak bears, leopards, Amur tigers, lynx, wolves, red foxes and wolverines. The animals have a lot of space, woodland and water, which is ideal for them, but means there’s plenty of room to hide, so you may not see the more skittish creatures. For the closest views, follow the posted feeding schedule. Buses 103 and 104 runs from Mora to Grönklitt, via Orsa where you have to change to bus 118 to get to the Grönklitt Björnpark (twice daily weekdays, once on Sunday).