As of this writing, more than 25,000 of you have enjoyed watching our video featuring Helsingborg, Sweden, on Youtube. With a run time of nearly 11 minutes, our video is a long one by today’s short-attention-span standards.
Now, however, we have an even longer version (running nearly 16 minutes), with a few new attractions featured that were not included in the original video.
In the extended version of our Helsingborg video, we visit the impressive Örenäs Castle; we trek through sublime Söderåsen National Park; we cycle the island of Ven (where astronomer Tycho Brahe studied the stars); and we step into a creepy section of the Landeskrona Citadel.
So if, like me, you just can’t get enough of this beautiful region, check out the extended version of our Helsingborg video in the player embedded in this post. If you have trouble viewing via the player, check out the video on Vimeo at this link.
In the original video we hit the highlights of South Sweden’s Skåne, from Helsingborg’s city center, with its beautiful North Harbor and Sweden’s oldest pedestrian shopping street; to the open-air museum Fredriksdal, larger than Stockholm’s Skansen; to the gardens (named Europe’s most beautiful) and palace Sofiero; and on to Mölle, the birthplace of Swedish sin.