The Håga Trail is six kilometres long in total with four connecting points to find. It takes you through locations with both the city pulse and the all-familiar rural scent of manure; from tobacco fields to sheep and horses. As an explorer you have to travel through time and space.

The walk takes you along roads and trails through woods, across fields and into pastures, so make sure to put on your walking shoes before you head out on this adventure.

Read more about the trail in the folder (PDF, 1,3 MB)

This is a reconstruction of the Herbationes Upsalienses built by Linnaeus, which in some areas has had to be adapted to the changes in the city. Click here to see where, we believe, the old path went.