Discover the best top things to do in Borlange, Sweden including Romme Alpin, Sahlins Struts, 2047 Science Center, f d Framtidsmuseet, Kupolen Shopping Center, Torsangs church, Basna Tradgard, Gyllbergen Naturreservat, Aqua Nova Aventyrsbad, Stora Tuna kyrka, The Jussi Bjorling museum.
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4.5 based on 183 reviews
This season no major investments in new challenging trails, but year after year they make other improvements. A new lodge where you can eat your own lunch lunch and change to ski equipment, heated square, all in familiar Romme Alpin design.It is successful that they choose to think of the exterior for a more uniform design of the area. However, there is still potential for developing what is served at the various restaurants and cafes.Early in the season it is crowded in the slopes as several slopes are not prepared and ready to meet the storms of guests.But still a good option to get started.
4 based on 48 reviews
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We visited this museum with children from 2 to 5 years old and they all loved it, running from one activity from another. Very interesting activities, for adults too!We will go again!
4 based on 72 reviews
An old 3 floors, elevators and escalators, with lots of stores (H & M, Levi's, Lager157, Stadium, Kjell o Co, Åhléns, mf) and restaurants (Wayne, McDonalds, pizzeria, soon Pizza Hut etc.) shopping center. Very centralt located to IKEA shopping center, Borlänge and Dalarna with a large free parking available. The best shopping in Dalarna!
4 based on 22 reviews
Its the oldest church in Dalarna county, and has some how been maintaining its original appearance. Its believded that the church had a predecessor, probably built of wood already in the 1200s.
The area in which the church is by the lake Runn and Ösjöns outflow. So if you like nature and culture its perfect place near Borlänge and Romme Alpins and 200 m from it there is a very nice cafe Torsångs Cafe but onley summer time
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Bäsna is a trade and exhibition garden with many varieties of flowers, trees and shrubs.The goal is to show the nursery plants in the natural environment. Many visitors will probably visit for the charming café
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This is the place to go if you in winter want to go cross country skiing in a mountain like terrain, and at the same time avoid crowds. Take the easy "Pensionärsleden" to Dragberget, or choose the more demanding route over Spånsan. After Dragberget, take the route over Älgsjön and enjoy the quiet scenery.
Gyllbergen is also a nice place to go hiking in summer or in the autumn.
4 based on 28 reviews
Went on a sunday morning at opening time (10:00) with my two kids (age 11,10). The locker room was clean and comfortable temperature. Bring your own lock. The lap/diving pool was nice with 3 different levels of diving boards 1m,3m, & (5m platform not open) . Not crowded at all until around 1pm when we left then it was filing up. The adventure pool area was nice as well with a triple rapids (dangerous for small children if unattended) and a small wave pool. A climbing wall over water. A large hot tub and a outdoor heated pool. They have three cylinder slides which weave around outside the building and where quite fun. The Green (fastest of the three) the kids didn’t like much, not because of the speed, just that the splines in the tube are irritating on their shoulder blades. The ”Black Hole” was great. good speed. good for all ages (possibly a tad scared for under 8 if they don’t like the dark). The Red/yellow slide was the kids favorite. swift but not too fast, you can choose with or without a ring/tube. good for all ages. Overall I would go back if I was in the area just early because I’m not fond of crowded pools.
4 based on 5 reviews
Stora Tuna church was originally built as a Cathedral (hence the size of the building) for the diocese of Darlecarlia - a diocese that never, in a modern way, came to be. Stora Tuna and Darlecarlia belongs to the very large diocese of Västerås.
The church was built in the 15th century but it's present looks, with the large tower, are from the rebuild in 1914.
Interior is clean and spacious with altarpiece and pulpit from the baroque period. A large triumph crucifix adorns the transept and is from early 16th century.
The organ is by A. Magnussons Orgelbyggeri and has 43 stops.
The famous Swedish archbishop Johan Olof Wallin was born in Stora Tuna and on the cemetary rests Jussi Björling - the world famous tenor.
If you're visiting Borlänge, a visit to Stora Tuna church is a must - only just 4 km from the Borlänge town center.
4 based on 1 reviews
Att besöka detta museum var ett av målen när Borlänge besöktes. Ett intressant och givande museum som berättar om Jussis sångkarriär. Ett besök här kan rekommenderas.
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