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'''Dalarna''' is a province and county in the region [[Svealand]], in [[Sweden]].
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'''Dalarna''' is a province and county in the region [[Svealand]], in [[Sweden]]. It has a population of almost 280 000 and mostly consists of smaller towns, except for the two larger ones; [[Borlänge]] and [[Falun]].
  
 
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Revision as of 01:21, 4 January 2006

Dalarna is a province and county in the region Svealand, in Sweden. It has a population of almost 280 000 and mostly consists of smaller towns, except for the two larger ones; Borlänge and Falun.

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Understand

Dalarna is an important province in the history of Sweden. Several uprisings against foreign and domestic rulers have accured.

Talk

Most people speak fluent English, however older people may have problem understanding you.

Get in

There are flights from Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm to Borlänge.

Get around

Travelling by bus within a city costs 17 SEK(12 SEK for children below 16), and the ticket can be used multiple times in one hour. If you are younger than 20 years old, you can buy a card called "Upp till 20"(Up to 20). With the card you can travel with bus anywhere in the county, even between cities, for a month.

Most cities and towns in the county are connected to the railway-network.

See

Itineraries

Do

In the northen part of the province there are several popular ski-resorts. Such as Sälen and Idre.

Eat

There are dishes from all over the world available at restaurants. Domestic and international fast-food companies such as McDonald's and Burger King are well established.

Drink

Stay safe

There are nothing in particular to watch out for. Pickpockets may sometime appear in crowded areas, such as popular markets and shopping-malls.

Get out

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