Kristianstad (Swedish pronunciation: [krɪˈɧanːsta], older spelling Christianstad) is a city and the seat of Kristianstad Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden with 40,145 inhabitants in 2016. During the last 15 years, it has gone from a garrison town to a developed commercial city, today attracting visitors in the summertime mainly from Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands.
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Lillö area is located along the Helgean, just north of the center of Kristianstad. The area has vast meadows with a rich bird life. Lillö Castle was once a mighty building, five stories high, whitewashed shone out in the open, lush meadows. In popular terms, it has a little contemptuously been called "the white cow". Lillö is a visitor site in Kristianstads Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve. Borrow the key for free at naturum Vattenriket
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The naturum Vattenriket visitor centre, on the banks of the River Helge å, just west of Kristianstad railway station, is a natural starting point when visiting Vattenriket. Here you find exhibitions, guided tours and all the information you need. When you have visited the exhibition at Naturum Vattenriket and replenished your energy levels in the restaurant, you should take the time to explore the biosphere reserve. You can either make your own way to some of our 20 visitor sites, or book a guided tour on the water or on land. Our staff in reception will be pleased to offer tips and advice about excursions.
Good food (simple of course) really good coffee, great view, friendly personal all at for sweden reasonable prices. Thank you.
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Walk through unspoilt, magnificent countryside. Balsberget is a primary rock formation situated in the beautiful countryside around Lake Råbelövssjön, about 10 km north of Kristianstad. From the top, 93.7 metres above sea level, visitors can enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding area. Two jogging tracks, 5 km and. 2.5 km long, start at the parking area to the west of the hill. Bats come to hibernate in the cave, which is part of the newly-formed Balsberg Nature Reserve and one of the largest caves in southern Sweden. The cave is open beteen 16th of April to 14th of October.
Bockeboda recreation area is situated on the Navlingeasen ridge, west of Kristianstad. Here, you will meet spruce forest in the north and mixed broadleaved woodland in the south. A hub for several trails for hiking, running or skiing. The hundred year old oak trees are included in the theme "Valuable tree habitats in the agricultural landscape" of Kristianstad Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve.
The Norra Lingenäset is located in the Näsby fält Nature Reserve. It is a lush oak and hazel forest. The site is very rich in spring and summer flowers. In the woods of Norra Lingenäset the ground is covered with white, yellow and blue wood anemones and ramson in April. At the same time, an intense bird rush sounds in the woods and brown marshes and gray-hawls nest in the marshes. Norra Lingenäset is a visitor site in Kristianstads Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve.
The Hercules area is a varied landscape with open meadows, vast streams, wide hills and exciting ponds. The area is a nature reserve and the path from the parking lot passes several places with trails from the old farming countryside. In the early summer, Viby äng is a nice room for both nesting and resting birds. In the bird tower there is the outdoor museum Hercules. Here you will find the history of the land, the bricklaying era and the Hercules nature reserve. Hercules is a visitor site in Kristianstads Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve.
Ekenabben is a headland in Hammarsjon. A wide board walk takes visitors close to birds, flowers, fungi and insects. It is easy to get around with a wheelchair or a stroller and there is a place for picnics and barbecues. The name Ekenabben comes from the area's centennial oaks. Ekenabben is a visitor site in Kristianstads Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve.
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