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Getting There

The train from Stockholm's Central Station takes about 45 minutes. Trains leave about every hour during peak hours. Some visitors spend the day in Uppsala and return to Stockholm on the commuter train in the late afternoon. Eurailpass holders ride free. Boats between Uppsala and Skokloster depart Uppsala daily at 11am and 7:30pm, returning to Uppsala at 5:45 and 11:30pm. Round-trip passage costs 200SEK ($40/£20). For details, check with the tourist office in any of the towns or call tel. 070/293-81-61.

Visitor Information

The Tourist Information Office is at Fyris Torg 8 (tel. 018/727-48-00; www.uppsalatourism.se). It's open Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm, Saturday 10am to 3pm, and Sunday 11am to 3pm (July to mid-Aug).

Getting Around

Buses come in from the surrounding suburbs to the center of Uppsala and arrive at the Central Station, where the trains also arrive. Once you arrive in the center of Uppsala, all the major attractions are within easy walking distance. However, if you're going to explore Gamla Uppsala, you need to take bus no. 2 or 54, departing from the Central Station.

To get your bearings, it helps to know that the small Frysiån River runs through the town, and the main square, Stora Torget, leads to a pedestrian shopping district.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.