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Cafe in Sigtuna

Tant Brun Kaffestuga

In a small alley off Storagatan, this delightful 17th-century cafe is set around a pretty courtyard. It’s well worth seeking out for its home-baked bread and pastries (the apple pie is divine); just watch your head …
Church in Sigtuna

Mariakyrkan

During medieval times, Sigtuna boasted seven stone-built churches, though most have since crumbled. Mariakyrkan is the oldest brick building in the area – it was a Dominican monastery church from around 1250 but bec…
Castle in Sigtuna

Rosersbergs Slott

Rosersbergs Slott is on lake Mälaren about 9km southeast of Sigtuna. Built in the 1630s, it was used as a royal residence from 1762 to 1860; the interior boasts exquisite furnishings from the Empire period (1790–182…
Museum in Sigtuna

Sigtuna Museum

This museum looks after several attractions in the town and has a small exhibition area. The main display covers Sigtuna's history; temporary displays are drawn from the permanent collection, which includes 150,000 …
Cafe in Sigtuna

Farbror Blå Café & Kök

Adjacent to the town hall, this cosy nosh spot is the ‘uncle’ (farbror) to the ‘aunt’ of Tant Brun cafe; both names are taken from a popular children’s story. Head in for bistro-style meals like veal cutlet with hon…
Historic Building in Sigtuna

Sigtuna Rådhus

The smallest town hall in Scandinavia, Sigtuna rådhus dates from 1744 and was designed by the mayor himself. It’s on the town square opposite the tourist office. There's a small local-history display just inside the…