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Written by Viator, October 2012
Stockholm is a magic place at Christmas time. If you really want to get a true Christmas feeling, visit Stockholm during the month of December. If you are lucky, it might be a snowy white Christmas! ...
Written by Diana Edelman, USA, May 2012
A 40-minute train ride from Stockholm is the gorgeous city of Uppsala, the fourth largest city in Sweden. The city, which is divided into two parts by the Fyris river, includes an entire historic ...
Written by Diana Edelman, USA, November 2012
Starting in November, holiday markets begin to decorate Sweden with their sparkling lights. Ornamented Christmas trees and flickering candles line city streets, merchants in their cozy stalls sell ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, August 2011
Dance around the maypole in Sweden
for Midsummer's night, as the longest day of the year with ancient
pagan traditions, this is one of the most unique holidays in Sweden.
Drinking and dancing ...
Written by Diana Edelman, USA, December 2012
Planning on ringing in 2013 in Stockholm? You’re in luck! From traditional celebrations to partying all night, there are plenty of options to ensure the start to your New Year will be celebrated ...
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