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Visby was one of the stops on a cruise we took from Copenhagen to St. Petersburg. Visby was, by far, a definitely highlight of the cruise. Our ship was too big to dock in the harbor, so we had to take the lifeboats from the ship to the harbor. That was fun. It was so beautiful in Visby, and the medieval city and the …
I spent a lot of my childhood in Grythyttan as my family grew up there and remain there today. It is a wonderful place to stay bring your children. It's such a friendly little village without all your high-priced and overcrowded streets. It's unlike any place on earth, with beautiful lush forests -- and the lake is …
Helsingborg is a beautiful place! Easy to commute to Copenhagen. Only a short stay this time, but will definitely be returning!
Very wonderful place! Right now we are waiting in France for a new trip to this town. We remember the delicious pizzas. Greetings from a young couple of "frenchies" really in love with Sweden, and particularly Ljungskile!! Bye and see you soon... we hope!
I visited Brunskog in late August 2002 while on a day trip from Norway, as my great grandmother came from Byn in Brunskog. We found a very interesting historic village there, but alas it stopped its displays for the season a few days previously. I wish there was more in the internet in English about the district and …
I wasn't thrilled by Stockholm, but any trip to Sweden requires a stay in the capital, and it is pretty. You need maybe two days to look around. Wander around the islands, they are pretty. Skansen is ok, it's an outdoor museum of old Scandinavian buildings and real live animals. Spend half a day here. Walk the …
I have visited Karlskrona once and loved it so much that I am hopefully going again this year.
I loved my time spent in Järpen, Sweden. It is a most beautiful space -- I look forward to visiting again with my friend Frida.
Malmö, situated in the province of Skåne, is the third most populous city in Sweden. Home to over 600,000 residents (in the metropolitan area), the city is known as an old industrial center with a current focus on culture. According to history books, the city dates back as far as the 13th century. Malmö is served by …
Abisko is one of the most stunning places on the earth, located up in the Arctic Circle in Sweden. You will find an abundance of outdoor activities and things to do here, especially in the winter months. Renowned as one of the best places to see the northern lights in the world, they run photography tours here where …
Kiruna, famous for being the prominent town in Swedish Lapland, shares its borders with Finland and Norway and is the northern-most town in Sweden. Kiruna is also home to the world's biggest iron ore mine and European Space Agency, ESA. Kiruna is a moving city -- in few years you might not see the city in the place …
Home to the well-known Uppsala University and about 200,000 Swedes, Uppsala is the 4th largest city in Sweden. The city is almost a thousand years old and an important center of culture and commerce. There are plenty of young people in the city because of the university, and the vibe is pleasant and relaxed. The …
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and also the most populous city in the country. It is a charming combination of old and new architecture, and the feeling of and old European city combined with a vibe of a modern city. The Stockholm hostel options are numerous. But the hostels are a bit spread out, rather than …
Helsingborg is the second-largest city of the Scania region in southern Sweden, right behind Malmö. Located just a few of kilometres from Danish city of Helsingor, it was already an important settlement around the year one thousand, and as such it's one of the oldest cities in Sweden. Although Helsingborg is often …
Spending time in the city of Karlstad, it's easy to almost instantly fall in love with the people, the unique culture, and the scenery. Swedes in Karlstad spend a lot of time outdoors, regardless of the weather conditions. Cross-country skiing through forest trails is a popular activity during the winter months, and …
Gothenburg is the 2nd largest city in Sweden. Home to over 500,000 people, Gothenburg is home to the largest university in all of the Nordic countries, the Gothenburg University (over 60,000 students). It is a very old city, dating back as far as the 17th century, when it was founded by the King Gustav II Adolf. …