Halmstad’s perfect for visitors who like their beach and golf vacations sprinkled with a dash of culture. Pause to admire the Pablo Picasso sculpture “Female Head” as you make your way along the pedestrian paths by the Nissan River. The stone streets of town center are lined with cafés and taverns, all bustling with locals. Bikers can coast along Prins Bertil’s Path, which takes you from Halmstad Castle to the Mollegard Nature Reserve.
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City in Sweden, off the coast
Visited the old farmstead that had been reconstructed on the site back in the 20s. The children loved looking in all the little cottages and barns and the wonderful windmill. Cafe served an excellent skagen on a waffle which got my thumbs up too. A pleasant couple of hours spent in some lovely woodland for those of you who fancy a walk too.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
In this interesting design, hanging out over the river Nissan, and with a tree in the centre, you can find books, films, and other things for the whole family. A lot of activity here. If you have a card for the library - you can use internet for a shorter limited time.
4 based on 51 reviews
Large changing room area with plenty of lockers although you do need a padlock to use them (this can be bought at reception). The pool water felt a little chilly but there were lots of fun chutes for the kids (and adults!).
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Tylosand is my Swedish favorite for many reasons: Windsurfing, swimming, the prestine nature surounding and the proximity to two of the most beautiful towns in Europe, Malmo and Gothenburg. Days in summer are loooooong; my mates and went out into the surf at 03h00 in the morning. The short nights are still offering prime partying with the young folks. Fantastic destination.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
This is not a huge museum and that is precisely what makes it so good. Mjellby knows why they exist and they stick to it: (i) to showcase the Swedish surrealist group of artists called Halmstadgruppen and (ii) to curate interesting Exhibitions of other, related artists. In 2013 it was Nils von Dardel and this summer (2014) Agnes Cleve.
The size of the museum also makes it excellent for a visit with children. The museum often does a children's version of the audiovisual tour, which has them occupied for quite a while and enables the grown-ups to enjoy what they have presumably come for.
However, please be aware that the material on display by Halmstadgruppen's artists is often a bit limited to make room for the temporary exhibition.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
You can come here by car or even by bus. Take the bus 145 from Halmstad bussterminal to Simlangsdalen ( get out at Ljungblomma bus stop) . From there it takes 30 to 45 minutes walk to the waterfall. Bring your lunchbox and some fruit because there is no restaurant. The view and the nature music will sooth your mind. A must for nature lover.
4 based on 16 reviews
At the main square, and next to city hall, you will for sure see this. The church is rather old, but the organ inside was made just a few years ago. A relaxing place in the cold/hot day. Many times there are music Concerts here.
4 based on 18 reviews
We love this hall since it is not too large. The art they show is just so much that you can make it in one day.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
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