Guide to Helsingborg
During the winter you can go on the magnificent winter light walk, via the Helsingborg Guide app, and be enchanted by our sparkling city. The city center has been transformed into a winter wonderland, and we hope that many will want to stroll around and discover the various installations.
Kärnan, meaning ”The Core,” is an iconic medieval tower previously part of a large fortress, that dominates the skyline of Helsingborg.
The Terrace Stairs, is a historic staircase that takes you up to Kärnan. A great spot for panoramic views of the city and across the Öresund strait. Tip! There is a lift to bypass the steps.
Located just outside the city, Sofiero Palace is a former royal residence surrounded by beautiful gardens and picturesque walking paths.
Fredriksdal Museums and Gardens
Fredriksdal is an open-air museum and cultural history centre that takes visitors on a journey through Sweden’s past. With historic buildings, gardens, and cultural exhibits.
St. Mary’s Church (Sankta Maria Kyrka)
St. Mary’s Church is a prominent landmark in Helsingborg. The church’s architecture, with its tall spire and intricate details, reflects the medieval craftsmanship of the time.
Rådhuset (City Hall)
Standing proudly in the heart of Helsingborg, Rådhuset, or City Hall, built in the early 20th century is a symbol of Helsingborg and a architectural masterpiece
Take part in the Swedish tradition of cold bathing.
Day trip to Helsingør
’Two countries, one destination’ something we like to say. A visit to Helsingør, Denmark is only a short 20 minute ferry ride away.