Nynashamn is a small town on the east coast of Sweden, an hour by train from Stockholm. It doesn't have an awful lot there, save for being a port for the cruise ships and there is a welcome point with a blue line leading to the village and the train station, about 15 minutes walk away. Around the center, apart from the station, there is a lovely harbor and sailboats and a church on a small hill. With its characteristic profile, it is a great reference point for sailors. Interestingly, before the church was constructed, at the top of the rock there was a lighthouse.