In the middle of the Baltic Sea lies the island of Gotland, home of the medieval town of Visby, also known as the “city of roses and ruins”.
Home to a well-preserved wall that rings the city dating from the 12th century, Visby is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It’s location in the middle of the Baltic Sea has long made Visby a popular port, with sailors and pirates.
Today it’s a vacation destination for Scandinavians, and a popular stop on Baltic cruises.
Have you visited Visby?