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[http://www.ystad.se '''Ystad'''] is a small, but charming city in [[Scania]], part of southern [[Sweden]].
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'''Ystad''' [http://www.ystad.se/] is a small but charming city in [[Scania]], part of southern [[Sweden]].
 
It is situated on the south coast of Scania with good beaches east of the town.
 
It is situated on the south coast of Scania with good beaches east of the town.
  
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[http://www.polferries.pl Polferries] from [[Świnoujście]], [[Poland]]  
 
[http://www.polferries.pl Polferries] from [[Świnoujście]], [[Poland]]  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==
Walk!
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Walk.
  
 
==See==
 
==See==
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==Do==
 
==Do==
Walk through the old part of the city and enjoy the old half-timbered houses
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Walk through the old part of the city and enjoy the old half-timbered houses.
  
 
==Buy==
 
==Buy==

Revision as of 19:16, 10 August 2007

Ystad [1] is a small but charming city in Scania, part of southern Sweden. It is situated on the south coast of Scania with good beaches east of the town.

Contents

Get in

By Train

Local train ( "pågatåg" ) from Malmö, Skånetrafiken

Direct train (IC Bornholm) from Copenhagen, DSB

By Ferry

Bornholmstrafikken from Rønne, Denmark

Polferries from Świnoujście, Poland

Get around

Walk.

See

  • S:ta Maria church (13th century)
  • S:t Petri church and monastery
  • Ales stenar in Kåseberga 17 km east of Ystad

Do

Walk through the old part of the city and enjoy the old half-timbered houses.

Buy

  • Handicraft

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Contact

Ystad Tourist Information Office, S:t Knuts Torg, 271 42 Ystad, Tel: +46-411-57 76 81




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