Archive for 'Transport'

Walk, Jog or Bike Around Djurgård Canal

Canal with pathways on either side.Did you know that 95% of the population of Stockholm live within 300 meters of a green area (park, forest, etc.)? More statistics… the city has 1,000 parks, 7 nature reserves, 24 official beaches and 10% of the surf…

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Visiting Iceland Without a Car – Day Trip Ideas From the Capital

Unless you’ve been living under a rather large rock, there’s a fairly good chance you’re aware of just how attractive Iceland is right now. But with prohibitively increasing car rental costs and rare accommodation outside the capital, planning a road trip can be a daunting task. Fret not: I’ve compiled a list of places that are […]

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Ports and Docks for Cruise Ships

Ferries and cruise ships travelling through the archipelago to Stockholm.Photo: Stockholms HamnarSummer is around the corner and the cruise ship season has already started. Cruises in the Baltic Sea have become increasingly popular with such interestin…

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Sightseeing in Stockholm with Strömma 2018

This past Monday, I was invited (along with other Stockholm hotel staff) to the annual presentation of the year’s sightseeing options by the Strömma company ahead of the busy summer season. Strömma is the largest sightseeing operator in the N…

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Taking the Eurostar from Paris to London – What to Expect

There truly is something irresistibly romantic about the idea of train travel in Europe, isn’t there? I’ve admittedly done rather extensive, practical research on the process and rode trains in about a dozen countries across the Old Continent (using a Eurail pass most of the time), which I can partly attribute to my fear of […]

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