The world-famous bridge Aland, is the longest road bridge in Sweden, is located in Kalmar. Its length is 6,072 meters. It connects the city with the island of Åland. A trip along this bridge will be an unforgettable adventure. On the island, there are also many interesting sights and entertainments for travelers. The main historical objects are windmills, which were built on the island in the 17th century. Some of them are currently in a dilapidated state, while others were perfectly preserved to the present day.
The Borgholm Castle is also located on the island. So far, only a few fragments of this once majestic building have survived. After admiring the ruins of the castle, you can appreciate the nearby Solliden Palace, which is the summer residence of the royal family. Not far from these historical places are the intriguing archaeological areas. Here, researchers discovered artifacts that are more than 8,000 years old.
Fans of walks in historical places will be invited to visit the plate of Stora Alvaret, where two ancient cemeteries were discovered by researchers. The limestone plateau is not only an appealing historical place, but also amazing nature. A few years ago, it was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.