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Where to Stay in the Swedish Lapland

Where to Stay in the Swedish Lapland

When many people hear “Lapland” they might automatically think of Finland. However, Sweden also has a Lapland region, and Swedish Lapland is every bit as beautiful as Finnish Lapland and they are only separated by the River Torne for several kilometers.. Whether you are planning a trip to see the famous Northern Lights, fulfill your dream of sleeping in an ice hotel, or prefer a summer visit to see the Midnight Sun, we can help you find the best place to stay in Lapland. We will cover off all types of Swedish Lapland accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Swedish Lapland hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Swedish Lapland, the best Swedish Lapland hotels, best places in Swedish Lapland to visit, the best places to stay in Swedish Lapland, hotels near Swedish Lapland attractions, Swedish Lapland neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip to Sweden Need…
Where to stay in Gothenburg

Where to stay in Gothenburg

Gothenburg is a fabulous city in Sweden and the perfect destination for a weekend getaway. With Dutch canals and tree-lined boulevards, plus amazing seafood and dozens of islands in the Gothenburg archipelago, there really is something for everyone in Gothenburg. With so many interesting areas of Gothenburg, it can be hard to settle on the perfect accommodation in Gothenburg. Using our travel guide to the best areas of Gothenburg, we’ll help you decide where to stay in Gothenburg and recommend hotels in Gothenburg Sweden for every budget and travel style.  We will cover off all types of Gothenburg accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Gothenburg hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Gothenburg Sweden, the best Gothenburg hotels, best places in Gothenburg to visit, the best places to stay in Gothenburg, hotels near Gothenburg attractions, Gothenburg neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip to Sweden…
Where to Stay in Stockholm

Where to stay in Stockholm

Sweden’s capital city is home to nearly one million people, and is comprised of 14 islands in the archipelago along the Baltic Sea. With more than 50 bridges between islands, and ferries to get around, Stockholm is one of the best destinations in Scandinavia. With a fast, efficient and reliable metro system, it’s easy enough to get around Stockholm, so you can explore several neighborhoods, regardless of where you stay. We will cover off all types of Stockholm accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Stockholm hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Stockholm Sweden, the best Stockholm hotels, best places in Stockholm to visit, the best places to stay in Stockholm, hotels near Stockholm attractions, Stockholm neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip to Sweden Need data for your trip to Sweden? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling…
Where to stay in Malmo

Where to stay in Malmo

Sweden’s third-largest city, Malmo, is a popular first stop for travelers coming from northern Europe. A bridge connects Malmo to Copenhagen and ferry lines offer easy access to Germany. With so many things to do in Malmo, choosing your Malmo accommodation is an important step in locking down your itinerary. We’ve put together a guide to the best neighborhoods in Malmo to help you find the perfect Malmö hotel for your travel style and budget.  We will cover off all types of Malmo accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Malmo hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Malmo, the best Malmo hotels, best places in Malmo to visit, the best places to stay in Malmo, hotels near Malmo attractions, Malmo neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip to Sweden Need data for your trip to Sweden? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for…
20 Things to do in Gothenburg - That People Actually Do!

20 Things to do in Gothenburg – That People Actually Do!

In the 17th century, Gothenburg (or Göteborg) was envisioned and created to become the most important trading port in Scandinavia. Now the second-largest city in Sweden, it’s a lively travel destination full of museums and galleries, modern industrial design, indie coffee shops, and an array of picturesque islands right off the coast.  Often overshadowed by Stockholm, Sweden's capital city, Gothenburg has a relaxed atmosphere everywhere you go. While its transformation over the past few decades has brought a plethora of new cultural venues and Michelin-starred restaurants, the city retains its down-to-earth charm. Before you get to know all the things there are to do in Gothenburg, it’s worth mentioning the Gothenburg Pass. If you pick up one of these electronic cards at the beginning of your trip, you’ll receive free entry to over 30 attractions in the city, including many mentioned below. Passes can be valid for one to five…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Malmö

Ultimate Travel Guide to Malmö

Malmö is a city in Southern Sweden that boasts a diverse historic past. It formerly belonged to Denmark before becoming Sweden’s third-largest city with a bright future as a tech hub, eco-friendly city and a fantastic choice for an enjoyable weekend trip to Sweden. Malmö offers travellers everything you could possibly want in a Scandinavian city break: picturesque city squares dating back to the 1500s, castles, art galleries and gorgeous water-side view across the Øresund strait. Malmö is also a thoroughly modern city possessing the tallest building in Scandinavia and Folkets Park, an amusement park to rival Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens. But with Copenhagen only a 40-minute direct train journey across the Øresund country-crossing super bridge, people may ask is Malmö worth visiting above the Danish capital? While some may opt to combine the two on a Scandinavian city break, others will enjoy Malmö’s quieter streets and more ‘local’ feel.  Malmö…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Gothenburg

Ultimate Travel Guide to Gothenburg

Gothenburg, situated on the coast in west Sweden, is the country’s second largest city that offers a more laid-back and less crowded alternative to Stockholm. While only a few years ago, Gothenburg would have been overlooked in favour of more popular Scandinavian cities, it has emerged from its former life as an industrial, port city and into a culture-lover’s playground. Pronounced ‘yette-bor-ee’ by the locals, Gothenburg is home to fascinating art galleries, museums and botanical gardens as well as one or two surprises. Sweden’s most popular tourist attraction, Liseberg amusement park, is in Gothenburg city centre and helped put Gothenburg Sweden on the map. And after you’ve had fun on the rides, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants serving fresh fish or a hot cup of coffee and cinnamon pastry for a classic Swedish ‘fika’ break in one of the many cosy cafes. It’s the perfect Scandinavian…
21 Things to do in Malmo - That People Actually Do!

21 Things to do in Malmo – That People Actually Do!

As the third-largest city in Sweden, Malmo is quickly becoming one of the coolest places in Scandinavia. Considered the design capital of Sweden, you'll find an array of bars, cafes, restaurants, galleries and boutiques that effortlessly merge art and architecture. While undeniably modern, sustainable and innovative, Malmo still preserves and embraces its historic Gothic architecture. Even if you only have one day to spare in Scandinavia, you should absolutely make the effort to pop into Malmo and see what it’s all about. Wondering what you can fit in on a day trip? This list is here to provide you with some inspiration for things to do in Malmo, Sweden in one day. Plan your trip to Sweden Need data for your trip to Sweden? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check…
13 Fun Things to do in Stockholm

13 Fun Things to do in Stockholm

Stockholm is Sweden’s capital city, and the largest city of the Nordic countries. Located on the Baltic Sea in an archipelago, Stockholm consists of 14 islands, with bridges, ferries and a Metro providing easy access around the city. Like almost everything in Sweden, even public transportation can be expensive. It’s not a budget destination, but it’s a unique city and the gateway to many other amazing places to visit in Sweden. Make sure to get your Stockholm Pass, which gives you free entry to over 60 top attractions and museums and includes a wide range of boat and bus tours. Here are a few of the best things do to in Stockholm. Plan your trip to Sweden Need data for your trip to Sweden? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check…