Now it was finally time again. Trollhättan called and many SAAB friends came with their vehicles. I had built the weekend into an eight-day holiday in southern Sweden, heading north on June 8 with Yaroslav, a friend from the Ukraine who cannot go home at the moment. The journey took place from Lüneburg via Mukran with the Skåne-Jet. The jet ferry takes you to Ystad in two hours and 15 minutes.
The arrival time in Ystad gives you almost the whole day, which was not the case with the other ferry connections. Strolling through Ystad, Jaroslaw noticed: "It looks like Lüneburg here." And that's true. Here, as in Lüneburg, the Hanseatic era celebrates happy new beginnings in architecture.
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