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Exploring Sweden – Funäsdalen, Härjedalen

Funäsdalen is a small village that has made its name in winter sports. A lot of people go here during the winter to either ski or for an adventure on the snowmobile. With a permanent population of around 900 inhabitants, there… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Karlstad, Värmland

Along the northern shores of Europe’s third largest lake, you find the town of Karlstad. With its slogan “Sola in Karlstad”, translated into English as “Sunbathing in Karlstad”, it’s said to be the sunniest place in Sweden. The town is… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Smålandsstenar, Småland

A stone circle, that is all some people need to consider a place interesting. Smålandsstenar is one of those places where five stone circles make up the biggest attraction in town. With a population of around 4.500 inhabitants the small locality… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Ullared, Halland

How can a small locality on the Swedish countryside cause nightmares for a lot of Swedish men? Our apologies for the stereotypes, but this is a place that most Swedes have heard about. Even though it has a meager population… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Gnesta, Södermanland

There are several small towns that spread out over the green region of Södermanland in Sweden. Some of them are more famous than others. You probably haven’t heard about the town we write about today, but who knows? You might… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Södertälje, Södermanland

There are cities that some people consider to be beautiful while others at the same time cannot understand why. Södertälje must be one of those places that can both amaze and horrify. Fortunately we do not need to argue about… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Uppsala, Uppland

Uppsala is probably the student capital of Sweden and maybe Scandinavia. However, there are more than only students in the city, even though they play a big part in everything that goes on. After all, Uppsala University is the oldest… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Gränna, Småland

Few places in Sweden are as assiociated with the thought of one single product as Gränna. The town lying next to lake Vättern is famous for a traditional sweet and that is the Polkagris. Once in town, it is really… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Stockholm, The Capital

Stockholm is not only the capital of Sweden, it is also by far the largest city in the country. It has around 925.000 inhabitants in the city and almost 1.400.000 in its urban area. This means that almost one out… Continue reading →

Exploring Sweden – Vadstena, Östergötland

There are few towns the size of Vadstena in Sweden that would be able to compete with its history. With around 5.600 inhabitants it is the center town of the Vadstena Municipality in Östergötland County. Here you will both find… Continue reading →

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