CITY / SHOPPING

Everything is close at hand in Helsingborg. Delightful strolls by the sea, shopping, cultural experiences and world-class dining. The city center offers a variety of urban environments with a wide range of shops and restaurants. Helsingborg is a city filled with sights, history, child-friendly beaches and recreation areas. You will also find free wifi here.
 
SHOPPING
In Helsingborg, you find a good mix of local, boutiques and international stores. Whether you’re interested in local specialties such as licorice and chocolate, want to discover great design or taste high-quality coffee, it´sall within walking distance. Kullagatan, the first pedestrian street in Sweden, the area around St Mary’s church, and the lively food market in Söder are suggestions for a varied day of shopping in the city. READ MORE

THE TOWN HALL
Helsingborg’s impressive Town Hall was built in neo-Gothic style, with towers and pinnacles, lavishly decorated façades and a 65 meter high bell tower. READ MORE

KÄRNAN – THE KEEP OF HELSINGBORG
The Kärnan tower has guarded the city for nearly 700 years and is still the main landmark of Helsingborg. Visit Kärnan to experience the Helsingborg´s medieval history and to get a stunning view from the viewing platform. READ MORE

ST MARY’S CHURCH
Centrally situated church in Danish brick Gothic style, built in the 1300s, St Mary’s church is one of the oldest buildings in Helsingborg. This southernmost region of Sweden once belonged to Denmark, and St Mary’s church was originally Denmark´s the largest city church. READ MORE

DUNKERS CULTURE CENTER
Dunkers Kulturhus is a center for culture in all its forms. The building has a fine waterside position in Helsingborg’s northern harbor. Art, dance, music and theater, as well as city and cultural heritage exhibitions, all feature here. The building was designed by Kim Utzon, son of the architect behind Sydney Opera House. Dunkers’ deep window bays mirror those of Kronborg Castle on the other side of the Öresund strait. READ MORE
 
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