The picturesque city of Hudiksvall is situated in the Gävleborg County in Sweden. This city is known for its dynamic social life and affable hospitality and hence is popularly called Glada Hudik, which means ‘Happy Hudik’. The city is also famous for its breathtaking summer flower arrangements, as well as for its medieval wooden buildings.
- Sordellen Lake
- Hälsingland Farmhouses
- Hudiksvall's Jakobs Kyrka Church
- Make a visit to the Hälsingland in Hudiksvall
- Watch local handicrafts being made at Bjuraker
- Go sailing and fishing along the scenic Baltic coastline
Hudiksvall experiences a maximum temperature of 17ºC during the summer months. Winter has a minimum temperature of -1ºC. The spring season is the perfect time to view the natural beauty of the area, when the landscape is adorned with beautiful spring flowers.
Getting There & Around
The best and cheapest way to travel to the city of Hudiksvall from Stockholm is by train and car. From town, there are regular bus services, which connect the city to Stockholm through the E4 highway. The town also has its own airport, which receives regular flights from all major cities.
The best way to move in and around the city is by a rental car, but shuttle buses are also available. If you want to get a real taste of the culture, then you should consider touring the town on a bicycle or on foot.