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Visitors to the so-called “Venice of the North” will find that Stockholm's beautiful canals and bridges definitely deserve to be described by a thusly flattering a moniker. A wide variety of boat ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, November 2011
Malmö is a cosmopolitan city with a dramatically revitalized post-industrial energy. Once a run-down harbor area, the seafront is now bristling with life and architecture, notably the landmark ...
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, August 2012
Located in the Skäne region of Sweden, Helsinborg and the towns nearby, offer more than just a bustling northern European city. Here, long days and warm temps in the summer mean plenty of time ...
Written by Diana Edelman, USA, April 2012
Springtime in Sweden isn’t like springtime in America. Here, the temperatures hover between the high 30s to mid-50s, but people begin to get outside. April is an ideal time to visit the country – ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, August 2011
The panorama of tiny islands that form the archipelago of Stockholm
are even more enchanting when viewed from the air or experienced by
water – so take to the skies and waterways of the Swedish ...
You could spend months exploring Stockholm’s vast 30,000 island archipelago, but if you’d prefer a change of scenery there’s plenty to see in the surrounding area, including these popular day trip ...
A sprawling archipelago jutting out into the Baltic sea, Sweden’s capital makes a dramatic location for a walking tour, but if you want to make the most of your sightseeing time, here are a few tips ...
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