It’s situated about 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Gothenburg and about 70 miles (113 kilometers) from Oslo, Norway.
Should the weather turn nasty in Stromstad, set aside a few hours at the Vitlycke Museum and the Stromstad Museum. Of the several collections in the city these two are two of the more praised.
Among the best heritage sites in Stromstad is the Blomsholms Stone Ship. This atmospheric place gives visitors the chance to understand an important time in history. Walk around the site, get photographs and discover the local history.
As well as urban parks, the local city also has several protected natural havens where families can enjoy picturesque surrounds and some notable wildlife. Hike around in Salto Nature Reserve and enjoy being away from the urban streets.