Sigtuna is full of fascinating sights. This small town at the edge of Lake Mälaren appears to have been frozen in time. Sigtuna has been shaped by many different eras, each characterizing the town and leaving behind their own cultural monuments.
It is not difficult to find interesting places in Sigtuna. It is possible to walk around the entire town in ten minutes, but you could also spend hours, or even days, exploring all there is to see.
In this new edition of A Guide to Sigtuna I present the town’s most well-known sights as well as places that I find particularly noteworthy. Throughout Sigtuna you will also find informational plaques showing what different parts of the town looked
like over one thousand years ago.
Its proximity to Stockholm and Arlanda has made Sigtuna a popular destination. Its small-town feel, beautiful environment, and historic richness all make Sigtuna a place worth visiting.