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- Location:On the west coast on Gotland Island in Baltic Sea
- Attraction Type: Medieval Town
- Significance: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Best Time to Visit: May to September
- How to Reach: By flights from Stockholm, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Oslo, Angelholm, and Linkoping; Or by ferries from Oskarshamn and Nynashamn
- Nearest Airport: Visby Airport
Visby in Gotland Island in the Baltic Sea is among the better if not the best preserved medieval town in entire Europe. Visby, which remained as a Viking trading post, emerged into a predominant commercial center of the Baltic region in the medieval ages. This Swedish town is still inhabited by about 22,000 people who boast of deep rooted traditions and customs. Often referred to as the ‘city of roses’, Visby in Sweden is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A 13th century two-mile wall surrounding Visby town is the most remarkable structure. Within the area, bound by this stone wall, you would find homes, shops, pubs and restaurants. Visby Sweden Cathedral, another outstanding architectural edifice, was built in the 12th century and falls within the walled territory. The wall, cathedral and medieval houses are remarkably maintained and are a treat to watch. Outside the walls, Visby is equally attractive. The Hanseatic Harbor, a site of medieval prosperity still exists in its glorious state. Visby Botanical Garden, with its brilliant rose beds, is another
In case you are attracted by the modern day amusements, Visby offers healthy recreations in the form of pubs, shopping malls, and supermarkets.
Staying in Visby
Visby port on the Baltic Sea coast offers you charming vacation opportunities. Near the harbor, you might put up in Clarion Hotel, Hotel St. Clemens, Best Western Hotel Solhem, and Best Western Strand Hotel. Visby offers excellent gastronomic facility for gourmets as well.