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Beach
“Nice to stay here if you want to swim in Mälaren and come close to the nature. A cosy small harbour with lots of nice, small boats to look at”
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Bathing Area
“Beach and pier in the very city center. Nice place with bars and restaurants, Rema 1000 grocery store and public toilets. ”
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Beach
“The only sand beach of Helsinki. Great source of inspiration and for photography.”
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Beach
“Fantastic beach in the middle of the town. Go for ice-cream up the street if it gets to warm.”
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Beach
“A small beach in the middle of the city. Nice place to take a walk along the fjord.”
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Island
“Munkholmen (norrønt Hólmr, Niðarhólmr) is a small island of 13 acres located approx. 2 km outside Trondheim city center in the Trondheim Fjord. In the summer season, the island is now a popular departure point, with opportunities for swimming and sunbathing. There is also a café there and a small restaurant with outdoor seating. There is a boat from Ravnkloa in Trondheim. Munkholmen has a rich history and is protected. You hear about Munkholmen in Snorre, where it is called Nidarholm and was used as a courtyard. Until the Reformation, Nidarholm Monastery was on the island. In the 17th century, the name Munkholmen was used, and the fortress of Munckholm was established. Parts of the fortress is today a landmark. The fortress was used as a state prison, and the most famous prisoner sitting there was Peder Schumacher Griffenfeld. The French author Victor Hugo wrote the novel Fangen on Munkholmen about his captivity here. During World War II, the Germans built fast”
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Beach
“Pärnu is the Summer Capital of Estonia, thus it would be almost criminal to miss a day at the beach when the sun is shining and the birds (mainly crows and seagulls) singing.”
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Beach
“Stockholmers are proud of their water quality, not many capital cities around the world can boast with perfectly fine swimming conditions in the middle of the city. One of many beaches around town, go for a swim!”
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Beach
“Sandy beach just walking distance. Enjoy walking, roller skating, sun bathing, kids playgrounds, picnic, even grilling places for free.”
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Beach
“Long walk along the sandy beach of Pirita with a great view to Tallinn silhouette. Time to spend with your own thought without meeting too many people in the city. ”
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Beach
“If you want to get in touch with nature take the subway to Sognsvann or take bus 30 from Solli to Bygdøy Sjøbad. Take a walk in the forest and jump in the water. ”
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Beach
“A nearby taste of nature/ woods - and the fjord if you feel like going for an easy hike.”
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Beach
“A vast area of parks close to the iconic white sandy beach. Stroll around the parks and have a lovely picnic on the rugs enjoying the views. Best spot for people watching and relaxing. From the parks walk to the beautiful long and white sandy beach, which is the main reason to come to Pärnu!”
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Beach
“Fika, Ice-cream the occasional Volley-ball hang-out and a beach, can it get better?”
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Beach
“Surfschool no. We will hold gathering courses every day in July at 10am for kr 290,- only, Check website”
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Beach
“Folehavna is a fortress from the IIWW worth seeing if you are interested in history. Even if not, the area with its granite outcrops, secluded coves, and its pine forests and shrubs is beautiful.”
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