About 32,000 people call Kristianstad in Skane home.
From Kristianstad, Malmo is approximately 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the southwest from here while Copenhagen, Denmark is 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the west.
This destination offers a variety of monuments and heritage buildings that you won’t regret exploring if you are into history. Absolut Vodka Factory and Silver Smithy are two of the area’s more famous heritage sites. Backaskog Masion Park and Karsholm Mansion are also recommended to discover the past in Kristianstad.
When you are in Kristianstad pack a picnic and head to Aahus Beach, a picturesque spot much loved by locals and tourist alike. On a fine day, this is the place to come to make the most of the sunshine, enjoy long strolls and watch the fisherman try their luck. Slip off your shoes and explore the shoreline or enjoy being near the water.
In this artistic city you’ll find a handful of remarkable museums, including the Angshyddan Gallery, where you can see local exhibits. Admire the building or see if a tour guide is available and view the exhibits.
When the sun is out, explore Tivoli Park, a place where locals come to enjoy a little slice of tranquility. Nature lovers love to visit here for its charm and beautifully designed botanical displays.
The Ahus Museum is the ideal oasis for culture vultures in Kristianstad. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, ask the staff about any special events, grab something from the gift shop or just admire the echoes of the past.
The Stora Torg and the Church of the Holy Trintiy, are just two more not-to-be-missed attractions sure to delight holidaymakers in in the Kristianstad area.