Örebro is a modern city in a small province called Närke in south central Sweden. It has vast forest area and is the seventh largest municipality with near about population of 129,000. The city was known as a shoe manufacturing center some years back, but now a gradual shift is towards the public sector jobs.
The city could be reached by all the modes of transportatoins .By plane there are daily flights, by train nearest hub is Hallsbergand, by car E20,E18 and riksväg 50, all connect in Örebro. If you are planning to avail bus service, then Swebus Express might solve all your queries. There is a daily departure through the bus from Stockholm.
Örebro Castle is one of the most unique photogenic places ever. The famous city park has been voted as most beautiful park especially in summers. It’s highly recommended to have a visit here. Nature Reserve Oset will relax all your nerves and worth a walk along the Side River It is one of the best jogging tracks you will find in the entire city.
Wadköping is an open air museum with many of amazing old cottages in huge numbers. You may give a visit to Örebro Konsthall display of various art exhibitions.
The city has a lot to offer, when we think to eat joints from Sallad Inn and Sushi Bar and Saigon deserve at onetime visit, because of the menu specialties they have. If you want to feel upper crest then the place is A Mano and Agatan-3. The place is safe but you must not keep your belongings in open just to avoid the risk.
If you have a day extra with you, then you can plan out a small trip to Nora – a historical city with one of the finest wooden buildings. The place actually become even well in summers. The boat ride is highly recommended in Nora Lake. Arboga is another worth visiting small medieval town and just 30 minutes away from the city. Karlskoga would be a place you must not miss visiting before your trip comes to an end. The last location you must visit is Kvarntorpshögen it is just 20 km away from the city, you can either use your own car or a rented taxi or you might have to wait a little for public transport. Taking stairs to climb that mountain could be worth a try.
Have a nice Stay!