Things to see and do - Leksand
Leksand Travel guide
Leksand : Michelin's recommendations
Situated at the southernmost tip of Lake Siljan, Leksand is a small, active community and the regional centre of the 90 villages in the area. The town upholds various ancient traditions, such as its Midsummer maypole celebration. The Kulturhus houses a museum of Dalarna painting and local costumes. A charming 13C church sits in a peaceful location at the edge of the lake. North of the church, the Japanese park honours the cooperation between Leksand and the Japanese town of Tobetsu.
Tourist attractions Leksand : Things to see and do
S - 720 01 Tibble
Here in the charming village of Tibble, with its red-painted wooden houses, the composer and conductor Hugo Alfvén (1872-1960) found a peaceful haven. He came to represent national Romanticism and his taste for the delicate nuances of Swedish folk mu..
S - 793 27 Leksand
This stone church in shades of beige, white and light blue stands near Lake Siljan in a peaceful, green site. You can recognise it by its tower with an onion-shaped bell. Inside, the turquoise tone creates a perfect setting for the golden pulpit (175..
Vår Herres gattu 28 S - 79370 Tällberg
This historic yet modern hotel is on top of Tällberg Mountain, next to Lake Siljan. It offers fine dining and a large garden. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi in the main building and sauna access. Villa Långbers has received guests since the 1930s. Each roo..
Hotellvägen 14 S - 793 41 Insjön
Prix Prices from : 995 SEK
This 19th Century mansion is 3 minutes’ walk from Insjön Train Station, and offers free sauna and gym access. Wi-Fi internet and private parking are also free. All rooms at Insjöns Hotell feature cable TV channels and tea/coffee making facilities. S..
Ovabacksgattu 17 S - 79370 Tällberg
Prix Prices from : 850 SEK
This countryside hotel is in Tällberg, 15 minutes’ drive from both Leksand and Rättvik. It offers an indoor and outdoor pool, saunas and views of Lake Siljan. Green Hotel’s history dates back to 1917, and staff still wear regional folk costumes for ..