Orebro is a Swedish city in Narke Province. It is also the capital of Orebro County. The meaning of the name of the city is 'a bridge over gravel banks'. It is one of the 134 towns with the historical city status in Sweden. The city received the Royal Charter and city privileges in 1404. It was the capital of Narke earlier and is now the capital of Orebro County.
Area & Location: Located at 59º16' Latitude North and 15º13' Longitude East, the city has a population of 95, 354. Its municipality has a population of 126,000 and Orebro has 274, 000 inhabitants.
Tourist Attractions: The city has many attractions that lure the visitors to it.
Transportation: Orebro railway station that handles inter-city trains, help people to travel from city to city. The daily trains between Orebro and Stockholm is a major means of conveyance. Bofors Airport Orebro serves the city.
Places of Attraction: A water tower- a very large tank constructed for the purpose of holding a supply of water is a popular tourist attraction as an outlook tower. The city hall, Orebro County museum and various churches like Church Almby kyrka and St Nicolai church gain the attraction of the tourists. The city known for various museums and castles has many interesting artifacts in its museum and wonderful artwork in its castles. Orebro Castle, GOksholms Castle, Kagleholm ruined castle, Biological museum, The City Park, Kagleholm ruined castle, Garphyttan National Park, Nature Reserve Kvismaren and Oset and Rynningeviken are the other interesting spots in the city.