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Strängnäs Travel guide
Strängnäs : Michelin's recommendations
This city on the southern shore of Lake Mälaren made its mark on Sweden's history. It was one of the strongholds of Lutheranism after the young deacon Olaus Petri won over the archdeacon of the city to the cause of the Reformation. He was Laurentius Andreae, who had the honour of proclaiming Gustav Vasa King of Sweden on 6 June 1523. Gyllenhjelmsgatan, a street lined with low timber houses, was mapped out by royal decree around 1640 to create access to the cathedral. To the west, the maze of medieval streets has been preserved. As for Lillgatan, this street is notable for its 17C and 18C red-painted houses.
Tourist attractions Strängnäs : Things to see and do
S - Strängnäs
The length of the south aisle, Our Lady's Chapel (1404) is decorated with fine friezes. Beyond the south porch, the Gyllenhjelm Chapel , decorated with stucco (17C), holds the funeral monument of a natural son of King Charles IX. The last chapel is ..
Ulvhälls Allé 1 S - 645 40 Strängnäs
Idyllically located by Lake Mälaren in Strängnäs, just a 1-hour train or car journey from Stockholm, this charming 1750s manor house offers guests free breakfast, Wi-Fi and private parking. The neatly presented and individually decorated guest rooms..
Gyllenhjelmsgatan 20 S - 645 30 Strangnas
The BEST WESTERN Hotel Rogge is a family owned town center hotel in Strangnas. The hotel was built in 1921 and is located on the main square surrounded by shops, restaurants, the historical parts, the cathedral and the harbor. The hotel have 34 rooms..