One of the celebrations that light up the gloomy winter season
Swedish Christmas markets convey heart-melting Scandinavian holiday traditions
Soak up the merry and bright vibes of Christmas in Stockholm
A wild mix of hockey and football is one of Sweden's favorite sports
Every Tuesday at 10 am, everyone in the student complex in Stockholm opens their windows and screams for several minutes
Swedish mulled wine with raisins, cinammon, and almonds!
The obsession with Christmas starts with these delicious cookies!
With Lucia approaching, safran is all around! Enjoy!
Sweden has its own Christmas coke!
A typical Swedish bun is also a symbol of winter and perhaps the best way to survive during the dark days
Originating from pagan times, this holiday is a celebration of everything summery and Swedish
Follow the old Viking route on skates together with a crowd of enthusiasts like yourself
Every country has its own weird food and Sweden is no exception
Sweden is famous for its organic honey
Discover Sweden's dark and scary secrets
Dive deeper into the cherry blossom beauty in the capital of Sweden
A day of many picnics and joyful partying
A typical Christmas dish made of fermented herring with sugar and onions
Start your New Year with poetry or Swedish rock music in the heart of Stockholm
Enjoy a jolly time eating crayfish with a chef's hat on!
The first week of February is all about fatty treats!
Easter in Sweden is full of traditions connected to the celebrations of spring, nature awakening, and family reunions—but with a twist!
St Martin is a day of geese! People gather for huge festive meals and eat special food!
Don't be surprised if you see vans full of highschool kids waving and shouting to you
This is one of the few cases when something bad is so bad that it becomes cool
Sweden has its own Easter coke!