You can store your luggage at Uppsala Central Station in storage boxes, which are locked electronically and opened with a code. You can store your luggage for a maximum of 7 days, and the boxes can be paid for with a credit card. You will find the sizes of the boxes and prices for them here. Some accommodations also offer luggage storage, so check with the hotel you booked.
In Uppsala, there is Wifi available in public places such as Uppsala Central Station as well as malls, libraries, restaurants and cafes in the city.
Where can I buy souvenirs?
Souvenirs from the city can be bought at the various museum shops in the city: the Botanical Garden Shop in the Tropical Greenhouse, Bror Hjorth’s House, Carolina Rediviva, Gamla Uppsala museum, the Cathedral Store in Uppsala Cathedral, the Linnaeus Garden, Linnés Hammarby, Upplandsmuseet, Uppsala Art Museum and in Vasaborgen at Uppsala Castle.
Other stores that have souvenirs from both Sweden and Uppsala are Mamsell K, Lilla Japan, Läslusen, Tehörnan as well as Cervera and Åhléns in the city center.
Selected Pressbyrån stores in Uppsala, for example those on Stora Torget, Kungsgatan, Uppsala Central Station and S:t Persgatan, also sell souvenirs.
You can ride a car, bus, bike or walk to Old Uppsala. It takes about 15-20 minutes to go to Old Uppsala by car and bus. Cycling or walking takes about 20 minutes and 1 hour respectively. Bus number 2 leaves from the stop “Vaksala torg” in the city. You take the bus that starts in the direction going towards Vaksalagatan and get off at the end stop called “Kungshögarna”. After that, you walk a short distance, and then you are at the sights in Old Uppsala. Read more about Gamla Uppsala here.
Where is Linnés Hammarby?
Linnés Hammarby is located about 9 km southeast of Uppsala. Bus number 102 runs from Uppsala Central Station, platform B2 to Linnés Hammarby. You get off at the stop called “Linnés Hammarby’s crossroads”. The bus does not run all the way to Linnés Hammarby, but stops about 1.7 km from there. To walk from the bus stop to Linnés Hammarby takes about 20 min. You can find more information about Linnés Hammarby here.
What is the Lennakatten museum railway?
The Uppsala-Lenna Jernway, also called the Lennakatten museum railway, is a 33 km long railway between Uppsala and Faringe. Lennakatten departs from Uppsala Central Station, Östra Station in Stationsgatan 11. The train runs on tracks 9 and 10. Here you can read more about Lennakatten.
There are places for tourist buses on S:t Eriks torgs lane (2 hours, space for 2 buses), Strandbodgatan (24 hours, space for 3 buses), Biskopsgatan (max 24 h Monday – Friday) and Sivs väg, near Groaplan in Old Uppsala (max. 24 hours Monday – Friday). Buses, as well as other larger vehicles and crews, can also park along the fence or hedge on the northern part of Österplan. There is a fee for parking there.
It is also allowed to park motorhomes in public parking lots along the streets of Uppsala.
Can you go on a boat trip?
Yes, you can. In the summer, Royal Shipping (m/s Kung Carl Gustaf) and Strömma Kanalbolaget arrange boat trips back and forth from Uppsala. Both companies offer day trips to Skokloster Castle and evening trips to Ekoln.
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