A café on the shores of the lake Vättern
Sweden has been voted the most sustainable country in the world. To understand why, you should go on a sustainable agriculture study tour of the Aquaponic Greenhouse at Ödevata Countryside Hotel. Learn about aquaponics farming in the heart of Småland.
If you are visiting Sweden and want to take something home, here's a list to help you! Sweden is known for a lot of things, but only the popular gifts are mentioned everywhere. We have complied a list of 8 Best Gifts and Souvenirs from Sweden that is less appreciated.
Stockholm is the capital and Gothenburg is the home of Volvo, both are exciting places. However, we are going to tell you 4 other cities that are less known and smaller. However, it doesn't mean they are not wonderful, in fact, they are the best cities to visit in Sweden.
There is something very special about outdoor cooking. The closeness with nature, togetherness with friends and family. Become an “outdoor chef”!
In a farmhouse kitchen, you will bake the most iconic of Swedish pastries. The perfect activity for the whole family!
Find your local genealogy guide. Lean about your Swedish ancestry and unique Swedish Roots
A genuine Swedish crayfish feast and is a magical evening and quintessentially Swedish summer.
There are many in Sweden that is worth to visit. However, that will take you months to see them all. Instead we came up with a list of villages in Sweden that are most interesting and worth visiting.
Another thing Sweden is known for, other than Ikea and Volvo, is Vikings. Did you know that many Viking expeditions started in Sweden? Even though Norway is credited as the origin of Vikings. But many of them set sail from Sweden and traveled east.
There are 2 major holidays in April in Sweden, Easter and Valborg (Walpurgis Night). Easter is often a time for families to gather, like Thanksgiving. Valborg is a time to drink, dance and celebrate around a bonfire with family and friends.