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* '''Anten - Gräfsnäs Vintage Railroad''' [http://www.agj.net/engelska/index2.htm] is a well preserved vintage railroad line running along the lake Anten not far from Alingsås. With a lenght of 12 km, it runs during the summer months (check web site for time table)
 
* '''Anten - Gräfsnäs Vintage Railroad''' [http://www.agj.net/engelska/index2.htm] is a well preserved vintage railroad line running along the lake Anten not far from Alingsås. With a lenght of 12 km, it runs during the summer months (check web site for time table)
*''Gräfsnäs slottsruin''
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*'''Gräfsnäs slottsruin'''. A castle ruin and park situated by the lake Anten. There's also a beach if you feel like swimming in the lake.
 
*'''Brobacka'''
 
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Revision as of 10:49, 10 March 2006

Alingsås [1] is a city in the region Västergötland in Sweden. It is known for its many cafés and as the birthplace of Jonas Ahlströmer - "the man who brought the potato to Sweden".

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Get in

By train

There is commuter trains going from Gothenburg to Alingsås. [2]

You can go to Alingsås from Stockholm in 2h 40 min with the high speed train X2000. [3].


By bus

By car

The european route E20 passes through Alingsås on its way to Stockholm from Gothenburg.


Get around

See

  • Nolhaga slott


Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

  • STF Alingsås Vandrarhem Plantaget, +46 322-63 69 87.
  • First Hotel Grand Alingsås [4], Bankgatan 1, +46 322-67 01 00

Get out

  • Anten - Gräfsnäs Vintage Railroad [5] is a well preserved vintage railroad line running along the lake Anten not far from Alingsås. With a lenght of 12 km, it runs during the summer months (check web site for time table)
  • Gräfsnäs slottsruin. A castle ruin and park situated by the lake Anten. There's also a beach if you feel like swimming in the lake.
  • Brobacka
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