Sigtuna Overview
Sigtuna is Sweden's first city, formed around 97 CE. Despite the town having a small population of about 9000, it has a lot to offer to the tourists. It's the home to some popular historical landmarks of the entire European continent.

From the 17th century medieval houses to castles and cathedrals, Sigtuna is a sight to marvel at. The city has got the first Swedish pedestrian path from cobblestones, thereby lending a historical touch to the ambiance.

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Best time: June to August

Highlights: Sigtuna museum of historical artifacts, Sigtuna city hall, the first pedestrian street, the 170 Sigtuna runes, Main Square, Mariakyrkan Church, ruins of St. Olof's and St. Peter, Lake Mälaren, and others.
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