Discover this fantastic region which faces the Baltic Sea
One of the most important cities in Sweden between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries, today Kalmar is an industrial and university centre that views the future with a model of sustainable development, a place to discover Baroque-style cathedrals and art museums immersed in charming gardens.
Suspended between a mythical and adventurous past and a present rich in culture, Kalmar preserves some of the most important evidence of Swedish history, such as its famous Castle, an imposing fortress that stands near the nearby medieval port, in a highly suggestive setting.
In the summer, Kalmar offers a rich program of sporting and cultural events: but the territory of Småland, which surrounds the city, is a treasure trove of naturalistic pearls to be discovered by bike, canoe or with wonderful trekking immersed in the Swedish woods.
Located just 5 km from the centre, Kalmar airport is well connected to the city thanks to the numerous overground means, such as the service offered by local taxis or the 402 line, with departures every twenty minutes. For those who want to book a car and visit the surroundings, several car rental services are available just 100 metres from the terminal.
Follow the advice that Air Dolomiti has prepared for you in the guide and choose what to do, what to see and what to taste during your trip to Kalmar, a city where history, nature and modernity come together.
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