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When you come to Vasteras you are visiting one of the oldest cities in Sweden. The city was given its current name officially in 990. Vasteras means West and Aros, means river mouth in old Swedish – so that’s how the city got its name. The rich historical significance of the town has elevated it to a major tourist destination. Business centres thrive, educational institutions progress and recreational and cultural centres blossom. Owners Direct will let you go through the different options for holiday apartments in Vasteras.

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Finding accommodation in Vasteras is a piece of cake because there are several top rated holiday cottages in town. You will have all your needs well-looked after. The food is tasty and homely, the rooms clean and cosy and the service impeccable.

Top 10 places to visit from accommodation in Vasteras

Since there are lots of places to visit in Vasteras you can stay in one of the holiday houses in the city and visit the following places.

  1. Rocklunda Stadium and Sports Centre – If you are interested in ice skating, then planning a trip during winter will be great because this centre will be open to public.
  2. Gyms – There are a number of gyms to visit in Vasteras, so if you are planning for a longer stay in the city, your fitness needs will be addressed.
  3. Djakneberget – Is actually a park that you must visit if you are coming with your family. While you play golf, your kids can enjoy their games.
  4. Logarangen –The most sought after location for people interested in barbeques. Those interested can go for swimming or play volleyball.
  5. Bjorno – Is an island and natural reserve where you can enjoy skating and camping. There are plenty of holiday homes in Björnö if you are staying the night.
  6. Vallby Outdoor Museum – To get a glimpse of the history and life of the people that once lived in the town, you can visit this museum.
  7. Anundshog – Though a burial ground, Anundshog is home to several archaeological delights.
  8. The Turbine House – The first power station in Sweden (built in 19th century) is now open as a museum.
  9. Vasteras Cathedral – One of the oldest castles in the city, since it was built in 1200. It contains an impressive collection of contemporary art. Known for its tombs, the castle houses King Henry XIV’s tomb too.
  10. Tido castle – A beautiful and well-preserved castle, built in the Dutch Renaissance style. Enjoy the meadows and munch on homemade cakes once you finish the tour.
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  • 947 sq. ft.