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Tyresta Nationalpark

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Naturum, Vendelso | Tyresta By, Tyreso 136 59, Sweden
+46 8 754 33 94
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Wonderful area

I love taking long walks through the forest, enjoying the silence and the sense of time standing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Anna-Lena H
via mobile
Rustic Beauty

Take in breathtaking views of pristine lakes through the rugged paths of Tyresta Nationalpark. We... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Lynn Z
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Frankenmuth, Michigan
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Naturum, Vendelso | Tyresta By, Tyreso 136 59, Sweden
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I love taking long walks through the forest, enjoying the silence and the sense of time standing still! Highly recommended.

Thank Anna-Lena H
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take in breathtaking views of pristine lakes through the rugged paths of Tyresta Nationalpark. We were there on a busy day and actually met a few groups walking as we took our lunch and swam in one of the many stops along the way. This...More

Thank Lynn Z
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

we took a walk a Sunday afternoon last December with the children. The snow has lighten up the entire park and walk through the forest on 5km track. After the walk we had a coffee and a warm appel pie ("fika" in Swedish).

Thank Ali S
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

Tyresta National park is easily accessible with public communication from central Stockholm. If you have a car you can also access the one of the parks many trails from several parking lots around the perimeter of the park. If you come with public transport the...More

Thank Solveig P
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Reviewed 12 June 2018

My husband and I started tracking a couple months ago with a friend. We tracked here twice. We were there last when the snow was melting. We loved the difference in the terrain while walking. One could have picnics here. Its a great place for...More

Thank OK C
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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

This was a nice and relaxing place to walk and have a picnic, or a fika! Some lovely views and the path was buggy friendly, the little one fell asleep along the path. Very peaceful. Nice little cafe at the end of the path (or...More

Thank James Y
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

We visited this park for the Midsommar celebration. It was beautifully done and we loved dancing around the Maypole with everyone. The area is truly beautiful and the people were friendly and helpful to us as we didn't know the dances. There was something about...More

Thank Becky P
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Reviewed 16 March 2018 via mobile

The Nationalpark is beautiful. The Staff at the Infomationcenter in Tyresta by is very friendly and helpful. The park is quite big with great walks and paths. They have Tours from short to very long walks. At some specific nice places there are special bonfire...More

Thank JasonKoeing
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

My wife and I walked some 25 km across the heart of Tyresta and this was such a wonderful experience that we would return! Forests, lakes, perfectly marked and safe hiking trails, but at the same time that feeling of being deep in wilderness. What...More

Thank Viliam P
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

Tyresta National Park is coverd with pine forest and one of the largest virgin forest in Sweden. It is an amzing park to visit. Easy to travel to with car or local traffic. Great pathways to walk on - even with at stroll. If you...More

Thank Ella L
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Response from James Y | Reviewed this property |
The main trail around the park is buggy/pram friendly and is clearly sign posted along the route. There are a couple of spots on the trail, next to the lake where you could stop for a picnic. Equally at the start/end of the... More
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