IKEA Museum
IKEA Museum in Älmhult

IKEA – You know it? Everyone knows IKEA but did you know that there is also an IKEA Museum in the hometown of IKEA, Älmhult. Actually, the Museum is in the same building as the very first IKEA shop. This shop was built back in 1958. The exterior of the building is in large parts […]

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Gränna and Visingsö
Gränna and Visingsö

A cosy day trip to Gränna and Visingsö is not difficult. In beautiful weather almost unbeatable. The small wooden town with the polka-bellies is located right at the foot of the Grännaberget, on the beautiful eastern Vättern shore. Here you are met by cobbled streets and charming low houses. And Visingsö is just a short […]

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tänndalen
Tänndalen

Tänndalen # 1 among Scandinavian mountain visitors. What makes Scandinavian mountain travellers go to a specific ski resort? According to Nordic Bench’s survey, there are a number of factors that influence visitors’ choices, but above all, it is the destination’s reputation, value for money, quality of slopes and the accommodation that affect and thus drive […]

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10 Things to do in Malmö

Malmö is the third biggest town of Kingdom of Sweden, after Stockholm and Göteborg, and is the town that connects the Kingdom of Sweden and Scandinavia with the remainder of Europe. A brief drive can take you to the awesome Öresund Bridge, that connects the Scandinavian country with the Kingdom of Denmark. And whereas several […]

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Östergötland archipelago

Imagine the long, light summer nights and the deep blue sea that makes you long for freedom, fresh breezes and adventures. Genuine Östergötland archipelago settings, untouched nature and a vivid cultural landscape characterise the archipelago of Östergötland. Here you are close to all the services you may need and you have easy access to various […]

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östersund
A family summer in Östersund

Summer and holidays – book your family summer in Östersund! Moose garden Meet the king of the forest and also the Jämtland heraldic associate degreeimal in an uncommon and shut encounter. At moose Garden you create the acquaintance of tame elks and deer. On the guided tour you get to pat the European elk and […]

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Gothenburg

Welcome to Gothenburg Gregarious, relaxed Gothenburg (Göteborg) is the quintessential ‘second city’: understatedly hip and suddenly lively. Neoclassical engineering lines its cable car shook avenues, local people sun themselves next to trenches, and there’s dependably a fascinating social or get-together going on. The city is prominently walkable. From Centralstationen in the north, retail-driven Östra Hamngatan […]

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Stockholm
Stockholm – Short but awesome walk

You may have been to Stockholm City? Then you probably know several places here in the pictures again.  This tour is a perfect walk, 3.96 km / 2.46 mi in length, to see some attractions, no need to drive or take a bus. Put your shoes on and discover Stockholm City on foot. You will […]

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Småland
Discovering the real Småland

  Driving through Småland, sometimes following the main road and sometimes choosing the one less travelled is a great way to experience this part of Sweden. Take your time, make stops and take a closer look at whatever catches your attention. The things associated with Småland are often also considered traditionally and typically Swedish. That’s […]

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glass factory Boda
The Glass factory

”The Glass Factory”, the Glass Museum in Boda, owns Sweden’s most extensive art glass collection with over 50,000 items of over fifty artists. The exhibition The Flower Bouquet (Blomsterbuketten) consists of three walls, a wall catalogue, a historical archive and a stage for Zandra Ahl’s newly produced vases. The vase has a unique position as […]

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