Pilgrim Vallentuna


The medieval churches along the route offer timeless spaces of tranquility and peace.

To walk on foot as a modern day pilgrim, means walking with all ÿour senses wide open. Inga from Snåttsta, Ulf from Borresta and Livsten from Torsholma are three local 11th century personalities who have travelled these roads before us. They have given their names to our three pilgrim trails. Pilgrim Vallentuna i a joint venture involving local churches, local authorities and local folklore, history and nature societies. The project is sponsored by the Swedish Board of Agriculture and the European Union Rural Development Programme.

Nature, Culture and Spirituality are our key words - as a visitor you are invited to choose the perspective that suits you best.

Public transportation


From the "Stockholms östra" station, take the Roslagsbanan, local train nr 27 bound for Kårsta. Get off at Frösunda. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes. You can also get off at Lindholmen and follow the trails in the opposite direction. For a journey planner, please visit www.sl.se and click on "Visitor".

By car: take the E18 heading North. Turn at Arninge, then follow the signs for Vallentuna, Lindholmen and Frösunda. Please leave your car in the parking lot by the Frösunda Church, or by Lindholmen Railway station. The trails are intended for Walking only.