Category Archives: Sweden

The best self-drive tours for you to soak up Sweden’s stunning scenery; Jo Fernandez; Sun

SOAK up Sweden’s stunning scenery this autumn with a self-drive tour allowing you to explore pretty fishing towns, remote villages, forests, lakes and islands at your own pace. The country has recently been added to the list of countries where we no longer need to quarantine on return.

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5 Awesome Road Trips In Scandinavia And The Nordics; David Nikel; Forbes

Northern Europe road trips: Explore the best nature in Scandinavia and the Nordic countries from the road. Here are five of the best road trips in the region.

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Falu Gruva (Falun Mine); CoolCrab; Atlas Obscura

A centuries-old copper mine that once provided two thirds of the world’s copper supply.

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Grimeton Radio Station, Varberg celebrates World Radio Day, 13 February; Unesco

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Architectural Works that Were Declared World Heritage Sites in the Last Decade; Belen Maiztegui; Architecture Daily

A list of all the architectural pieces that have been declared World Heritage Sites in the last decade (2010-2020)…

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Perfect day trip from Stockholm: Drottningholm Palace; Kash; Budget Traveller



UNESCO World Heritage listed Drottningholm Palace is the perfect day trip from Stockholm. Find out in this post more about the amazing history of Drottningholm Palace, how to plan your visit to the Palace and how to get there…

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Falun: The Swedish town you’ve never heard of that changed the history of the world; Kash; Budget Traveller

Falun is the town that changed Sweden’s history-from the UNESCO World Heritage listed Falu Gruva to the enchanting Carl Larsson garden in nearby Sundborn, this small area of Sweden has had a huge impact and is definitely a place worth visiting.

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Cultural Gems of Sweden – A peak into its World Heritage Sites; Itminan Tasneea; UNB

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A Gentleman’s Guide To Stockholm According To Tailors Saman Amel And Dag Granath; Felicity Carter; Forbes

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Saman Amel and Dag Granath offer their little black book of Stockholm, Sweden.

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Taking a look at Drottningholm Palace; Brittani Barger; Royal Central

The private residence of the Swedish Royal Family, Drottningholm Palace, was built in the 1600s and is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. The Swedish Monarchy says that it is the “most well-preserved…

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Travel Diaries: Swedish Island Hopping In The Baltic; Niki Brantmark; My Scandinavian Home

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Heritage in Progress Conference (HIP) to be held in Gothenburg; Unesco

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Rethinking the landscape of death; Foreground

Natural burial is challenging cemetery design and our increasingly toxic death management practices and finding potential for new expressions of thoughtfulness and beauty along the way.

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15 Adventurous Day Trips From Stockholm [2018 Insider Guide]; One Weird Globe

With the help of our ultimate guide to the 15 best day trips from Stockholm, you’ll be able to find an amazing day trip that suits your style and budget!

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Ten historic pictures that show life in Sweden in the early 1900s; Nele Schroder; The Local

From a mixed-gender swimming pool to strikes and demonstrations – Sweden was a country transforming into a more modern society in the beginning of the 20th century. Here are ten pictures that show what that looked like.

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Gotland: The beautiful Swedish island you must visit; Helen Russell; Telegraph

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe; Lori; Travel Moments In Time

Planning a trip to Europe? Here are the best UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe recommended by travel bloggers. Some are UNESCO natural heritage sites, while others are UNESCO monuments.

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The Most Amazing Royal Homes Around The World; TrendChaser

From Buckingham to Phnom Penh, check out the most amazing places royalty has called home!

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How to be a Viking in Stockholm: Where to go and what to do; Andrew Peacock; The Local

Want to get the full Viking experience in Stockholm? The Local has compiled a list of strapping, burly places for you to check out during your day with axe and shield.

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Eight perfect ways to enjoy the Swedish outdoors this summer; Audrey Duquenne; The Local

Sweden – High Coast / Kvarken Archipelago

With the summer weather now taking hold, it’s time to leave your house and take in the Swedish fresh air. Here are some of the best outdoor activities in Sweden that will help you enjoy the country’s unspoiled nature.

With the right to roam freely in forests, lakes, islands and mountains, the Swedish outdoors is a playground. Whether you want something sporty and active, or just an unforgettable experience to share with friends or family, you’ll find what you’re looking for.

Hiking

Sweden’s flagship summer activity and its most accessible is hiking. An inexpensive hobby you can practice wherever you want and whenever you want, good hiking spots can be found in Swedish cities or further afield in its national parks.

Sweden has 29 national parks which are all free to access and nearly 400 hiking trails maintained by the Svenska Turistföreningen (the Swedish Tourist Association). Kungsleden (The King’s trail) in Swedish Lapland and the Vasaloppsleden (The Vasalopp Trail) in central Sweden are the most famous, but trails can be found all over the country.

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