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TravelPod Member ReviewsScandic Visby
We were here on a weekend package and our room was fine, clean and functional. A typical Swedish breakfast buffet was included. Unfortunately, as vegans, most of the options were not good for us. But they had soy milk and prepared oatmeal for us so it was fine! The only real disappointment was the free wifi. It was difficult to connect and very slow. Not great for a blogger!
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... assemblage of high-quality ancient buildings that illustrate graphically the form and function of this type of significant human settlement. The urban fabric and overall townscape of Visby is its most important quality.
By virtue of its position, Gotland has played a dominant role in Baltic trade for many centuries between Western Europe and Russia. Excavations have indicated that there was a trading settlement in the early Viking Age on the site of ...
... site status. Today it is a popular holiday destination for Swedes, with numerous hotels and shops geared to tourists. It’s supposed to have one of the sunnier climates in Sweden, but for us it was mostly cool and cloudy, no more than about 15 degrees.
Visby does not have a harbour that could accommodate the Brilliance of the Seas, so we had to use tenders between the ship and the pier. We had little information ...
Visby is a Northern European walled Hanseatic town which has preserved its townscape and its extremely valuable buildings. The town wall dates back to the 13th century and is over two miles long. ...
This time it didn't come about by poor hygiene, or rats, or some mysterious curse. It came from an Australian traveler, shuttled by a small life boat from a cruise ship onto the unsuspecting shores of Visby. I am the plague. Such is how I've felt lately. Ever since Copenhagen, Ive had a horror flu like infection. A blocked, then runny nose, coughing up horrible rainbows of gunk, spontaneous vomiting, clouded thoughts ...
... in weeks) every year in a town called Visby, on an island named Gotland, surrounded by a sea titled The Baltic. Visby is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is so freaking cool. The old city is surrounded by the Ringmuren or Ring Wall built around 700 years ago, it is lined with towers and gates. As well as this there are many old church ruins scattered throughout the city, so what a perfect place for thousands of dungeons and dragons nerds ...