Bed and Breakfasts in Uppsala

4 Bed and Breakfasts and other properties in Uppsala, Sweden
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Uppsala City Hostel

Hostel - 0.77km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi

Our hostel on S:t Persgatan, we're only 6 minutes way from Uppsala Central Station.Kungsgatan (the main street) is just around the corner. The shopping street Dragarbrunnsgatan, the lively Svartbäcksgatan, the main square and the beautiful Fyris River is...

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Prices from €23
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Centralstation Vandrarhem Uppsala

Hostel - 1.16km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi

Recently renovated Hostel in Uppsala's best location, only 50 meters from Central Station and the new Travel Centre.The hostel is easily accessible whether you arrive by car, train, plane or bus. The hostel offers rooms of varying sizes and bedlinen and towel...

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Prices from €22
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Excellent Cleanliness

Uppsala Vandrarhem/ Kvarntorget

Hostel - 0.87km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi

Welcome to Uppsala Vandrarhem & Hotell / Kvarntorget!

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Prices from €3

City Stay Uppsala

Hotel - 1.11km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi

Welcome to City Stay Uppsala!

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Prices from €110
Perfect Location
Marvellous Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

We have 4 Bed and Breakfasts in Uppsala with an average rating of 8.6 based on reviews.

About Uppsala

Uppsala is Sweden's student city, with Scandinavia's oldest university and a buzzing party scene. Don't let the youthful culture fool you though; this is also a historic city with a medieval castle and the 6th-century ruins of Gamla Uppsala just outside. Uppsala makes a convenient base for hiking part of the 400km Upplandsleden walking trail. Be sure to join the locals and stop for fika, the time-honoured Swedish coffee break, between sights.

For a truly unique experience, spend the night at an Uppsala hostel on a house boat and have breakfast on deck in the morning. There's also a 19th-century building with wooden beams and exposed brick, and another with pretty floral themed rooms. Most Uppsala hostels are within walking distance of the city centre and have mixed and female-only dorms as well as private rooms. You can cook for yourself in communal kitchens and share drinks with new friends in the social areas.

The centre of Uppsala straddles the Fyris River, with Uppsala Slott (the castle) and the cathedral on one side and elegant Stora Torget square on the other. A few steps from Stora Torget is the main shopping street, Svartbäcksgatan, a former workers' district that's now filled with specialist shops and bars. Flogsta is the student neighbourhood, where you can party until the early hours, while the Luthagen district has a lively café scene and lots of green space.

There's plenty to keep travellers busy. You can visit the Botanical Gardens simply for the marvel of walking through a rainforest in the middle of Sweden. For more typical Swedish scenery, spend a day paddling the Kolarmoraån River Canoe Trail. The route starts at Lake Vällen, less than an hour from the city. Uppsala Cathedral is the sight that dominates the city skyline and is the tallest in the Nordic countries. It houses the 15th-century golden dress of Queen Margaret – the only medieval evening gown in the world. An alternative way to experience local culture is at Fyrisbiografen, a cinema that's been showing independent movies since 1911.

You can fly into Stockholm Arlanda Airport, then take the 45-minute shuttle from there to Uppsala. The main train station is in the city centre and has services to Stockholm (40 minutes), Gävle (45 minutes) and Östersund (5 hours). Most local buses around the city depart from outside the train station, and you can buy tickets inside the station or download the UL app. The historic centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

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