Hotel 1

Address: Strandgatan 13, Visby, Gotland, 62156, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strandgatan 13, Visby.
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Travel Blogs from Visby

Capital of the Hanseatic League

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 29, 2014

19 photos

... wall, and increasingly divorced from its rural hinterland. The 14th century saw Visby losing its leading position in the Hanseatic League, following a series of disasters: the Black Death struck in 1350, the occupation by the Danish army in 1361, the pirates known as the 'Vitalian Brothers' in 1396, driven out two years later by the Teutonic Knights, who occupied the island in their turn. The end of Visby's greatness came in 1525, when it was stormed by an ...

Medieval Visby

A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 16, 2014

12 photos

... had been added to provide shelter from the rain. It is currently used in the summer months for what are essentially outdoor services, given that only some of the walls and none of the windows are intact.

We came to a main square with several outdoor cafes and decided to have coffee there, as it was rather cool. Our timing was perfect, because as soon as we sat down under the large covered patio with patio heaters, it began ...

Visby, Gotland - A Swedish island

A travel blog entry by pegariah on May 23, 2014

39 photos

... the old stone houses, churches, and street system.

They drove us way back into the woods :-) to see a Bronze Age burial place - Gannarve Skeppssattning - dating back approximately to 600 BC.
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The Plague Returns

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jun 22, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... times, the city of Visby is arguably the most intact medieval town in Europe. Once the major trade city in the Baltic Sea, much of many of the original 11th century buildings still stand. Nearly the entire city wall is still intact, along with all the three city gate entrances and guard towers.
As the port is too small to accommodate a large cruise ship of todays standards, our ship anchored off shore ...

Gonna party like its 1499!

A travel blog entry by strombone on Aug 08, 2011

55 photos

... I will be there at 3am and can I please stay an extra night. No reply. Alas, a park sleep is good preparation for a Medieval festival. We discovered later that I didn't get msgs from his and he said it was fine, better even than early in the morning as it better suited his sleeping hours... dang.

As I am getting off the ferry I see a girl who looked awfully sleepy, 'good morning, sleep well?'. We speak and walk into town. I explain ...