Travelers who visit the city in the spring should definitely go for a walk in Carl Johan's park Its main attraction is a huge flower bed made up of cacti and agaves, every year this flower bed is decorated in a new unique style. In the picturesque park, you can see many interesting plants, not typical for Scandinavia. A walk through it promises to be no less fascinating than visiting the botanical garden.
The national park located in one of the quietest and most remote city districts attracts many travelers as well. In this park, you will find an old Church of St. Matthew, which is an outstanding architectural landmark in the Neo-Gothic style. The construction of this church lasted five years until 1892, the church is currently surrounded by beautiful landscaping.
Go to the German Square, if you want to see one of the oldest religious buildings in the city - St. Hedwig's Church, which is locally known as the "German Church". In 1613 this church was built by German emigrants of Norrköping. Prince John gave them permission to build their own church, the walls of which currently keep many interesting unique artifacts.