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    Lights in Alingsås

    Photographer: Patrik Gunnar Helin

Fika in Alingsås

Having a typical Swedish fika during your Lights-walk is a tradition nowadays. Many of our cafés have open well into the night for you to enjoy a good before or after your hike. There are currently around 30 different cafés in Alingsås – three of which are featured in the White Guide as the best cafés in the entire country.

Guided Tour

To make the best of your experience of Lights in Alingsås, we recommend you to take a guided tour. Following the designated route through the city, you get the rare opportunity to experience top quality examples of architectural lighting in public areas with an experienced Lights-guide.

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Dark evenings and outdoor environments are turned into fascinating and exciting lighting installations. Cold, anonymous facades are transformed into warm and colorful spaces, forest lakes can get a whole new perspective, and these oases of light provide new and attractive venues in the town.

Accommodation

Alingsås has so much to offer during Lights in Alingsås you might as well decide from the start to stay a few nights! Grand Hotel has an accomodation package for those who want to combine their stay with a guided tour during Lights in Alingsås.

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Lights in Alingsås 2015

Video: Erik Hjärkéus

Lights in Alingsås 2014

Video: Linus Hellström