One of Sweden’s largest and most important burial sites, Gamla Uppsala (4km north of Uppsala) contains 300 mounds from the 6th to 12th...
Gamla Uppsala Museum
Gamla Uppsala Museum contains finds from the cremation mounds, a poignant mix of charred and melted beads, bones and buckles. More...
Follow signs from the grave mounds to Disagården, a 19th-century farming village turned open-air museum consisting of 26 timber...
Katalin & All That Jazz
Katalin, in a former warehouse behind the train station, hosts regular live jazz and blues, with occasional rock and pop bands. There’s...
Something of an Uppsala institution, this classy but sweet konditori (bakery-cafe) dates back to the 19th century and is a cut above...
Next to the unexcavated flat-topped moun called Tingshögen (Court Mound), at Gamla Uppsala, is Odinsborg, a restaurant known for its horns of mead and Viking feasts (although daintier refreshments are offered at the summer cafe downstairs).