We did another sightseeing with Tor one day at our Mariestad trip, to the Sjötorp Harbor, where there are a lock in the summertime for the Göta canal.

Sweden: Sjötorp Harbor

The 190 kilometer long Göta canal with it’s 58 locks was constructed already in the early 19th century and is a sister canal to Caledonian Canal in Scotland, both constructed by Thomas Telford.

At Sjötorp there is also a museum, though it turned out to be closed so we went to the Baltzar cafe instead… Not so bad this winter day either, something to warm us up!

Also see Lifecruiser Sjötorp Harbor Photos.

©Lifecruiser Love Swedish Harbors

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