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Christmas Special: Christmas Markets in Stockholm 2018

Christmas Special: Christmas Markets in Stockholm 2018

Hey guys, it’s December so bring on those Christmas feelings! I thought I’m going to do a Christmas related blog post every Sunday until Christmas and in this first one, I thought I should share information about all the Christmas markets I’ve found in Stockholm this year! I’ve already been to a few of them (photos in this post are from Skansen’s and Stortorget’s Christmas markets) and I’ll hope I get to catch some more since I still haven’t got that…

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Stockholm’s Most Insta-Friendly Spots

Stockholm’s Most Insta-Friendly Spots

I might be biased, but Stockholm is one of the prettiest cities on earth. I just love the fact that Stockholm has so many historical buildings, big parks you can roam around freely in and that it’s surrounded by water – and all of this things make it a great place to photograph material to your Instagram! You have probably already heard about the cherry trees in the King’s garden, the walkway Monteliusvägen at Södermalm or the most photographed spot…

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Gamla Orangeriet – Stockholm, Sweden

Gamla Orangeriet – Stockholm, Sweden

One of my favorite cafés in my hometown Stockholm is Gamla Orangeriet located north of the city center. It’s placed right in the Bergianska Gardens and is actually in a conservatory building where oranges grow all year round which gives a really beautiful and quite unique interior. For those who like light and rustic places, this is the café for you! I’m probably visiting this Gamla Orangeriet more often than I should since I sometimes work extra at Stockholm University which…

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Everything You Need to Know About Halloween at Gröna Lund 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Halloween at Gröna Lund 2018

I just love when amusement parks go all in on seasonal themes. Earlier this month I visited an autumn decorated Disneyland in Paris, and last weekend I went to the amusement park Gröna Lund in my hometown Stockholm which had gone all in on the theme Halloween. I published a lot on my insta-story during my visit at Halloween at Gröna Lund and got a lot of questions about it so I thought I would summarize it all in a blog post!…

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Travel Diary: Hammersta

Travel Diary: Hammersta

  Earlier this week, me and my friend Annie went on a quite spontaneous trip to Hammersta nature reserve.   Our original idea was to visit an island in the Stockholm archipelago named Huvudskär which only is accessible by boat like two times every week during summer. Unfortunately, there was a big power failure in Stockholm that day which knocked out the public transportation so much that we missed the only boat to Huvudskär that day with about two hours,…

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Travel Diary: Björnö

Travel Diary: Björnö

  Me and my friend Annie took a trip to the peninsula Björnö in the Stockholm archipelago yesterday.   None of us have been to Björnö (which has been a nature reserve since 1983) before so we had a lot to explore! We took the bus from Slussen in the central parts of Stockholm to get there which took a little less than an hour which makes it a perfect destination if you want to get out of the city for…

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Mahalo – Stockholm, Sweden

Mahalo – Stockholm, Sweden

  One of my favorite restaurants/cafes in my hometown Stockholm is Mahalo.   The place is beautiful, the staff super friendly and everything I’ve tried on the menu is delicious – and none of the things I mentioned is even the best part! The best thing about Mahalo is that everything is vegan! I try to eat as much vegan as possible because of both environmental and ethical reasons and it’s just so easy to make a good and sustainable food…

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25 Things to do in Stockholm during Winter

25 Things to do in Stockholm during Winter

Stockholm is known to be an expensive city to visit. I might be biased since I’m born and raised in Stockholm, but according to me, it’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world with charming architecture and a fascinating history. I would absolutely recommend a visit and there is, in fact, a lot of things you can do in Stockholm on a tight travel budget! The winter months in Sweden are between the end of November to the…

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