Museums in Karlskrona
Submarines, cannons, teacups, gold treasure, veteran cars … A fascinating history is reflected in the city’s many museums.
The Naval Museum tells the Swedish Navy’s exciting history. Karlskrona’s most visited attraction!
Blekinge Museum exhibitions about the history of the county.
Albinsson & Sjöberg’s Car & Porcelain Museum, a trip down memory lane – two nice museums under one roof.
The archipelago is a perfect place to relax, recharge and just be. Self or together. No requirements, no musts - just be.
Sweden's southernmost archipelago is composed of 1,650 islands, skerries and islets - from Hasslö in the west to Utlängan in the east. Savour blue days of wind, water, salt splashed rocks and glorious bays for bathing. Discover this chain of ilsands in your own way.
Karlskrona - our proud city
Drop anchor in Karlskrona, the city that was founded in 1680, when Karl XI decided to establish the country's new naval base here.
More than 300 years later the Naval base is still here in Karlskrona - the city where old meets new and tradition meets innovation. In 1998, Karlskrona gained World Heritage Status by UNESCO.
By bike in Karlskrona
The cycling in Karlskrona is amazing! Head off on unknown roads using GPS, experience The Garden of Sweden or take your bike on an archipelago boat and visit some of our hundreds of islands.
Try something new and discover new places! Have you been camping on a deserted island or walked along the Blekinge trail? Don't miss the opportunities for new experiences this summer.
ARK56, which is a network of trails for kayaking, hiking and cycling through the UNESCO biosphere reserve Blekinge Arkipelag. You choose whether you want to experience nature and culture on foot, by bike, in kayak or by boat. 13 hubs link the trails and offer food, accommodation and experiences.