Standing in the inner court of Uppsala Castle you will certainly look at the cathedral. (The location of the castle, as I understand, was chosen by the king's men to keep the church's men under observation and control.)
But don't forget to look 90 degrees to the left and admire the botanical garden. It is small (though larger than it appears from castle hill) and beautiful at almost any time of the year, well- maintained, and surprisingly diverse. It is part of the three Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala and well worth a visit, at certain period of the years romantic, and always fresh.
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