5 things to do in Nynäshamn Sweden

When visiting Stockholm, make sure you save time to do a quick trip to Nynäshamn Sweden. Go with the main purpose of eating and drinking! Only about an hour from the capital, it would have been a pity not to make the trek. It’s the perfect day trip from Stockholm.

For a tiny town with only 13,000 inhabitants, at the jumping off point of the Swedish Archipelago, Nynäshamn is known throughout the country as a food-lovers paradise. It’s a sweet village with an amazing view of the sea. Some of the best culinary delights produced in Sweden come out of this little seaside port. One shop cum restaurang nynäshamn in particular was worth the trip alone!

Boats stock up on smoked fish, cheese, sausage and beers before heading out to the over […]

August 12th, 2016|Destinations, Nynäshamn, Sweden|3 Comments

Things to do in Fjaderholmarna, Sweden

Not even thirty minutes from central Stockholm, there is a tiny island where, once you’re ashore, you feel world’s away from the big city. Fjaderholmarna Sweden may not be so easy to pronounce for non-Swedes, but you’ll want to figure it out for your next trip to Stockholm. On the footsteps of the archipelago, there are so many things to do in Fjaderholmarna, that you might not want to go back to Stockholm, especially with all the Swedish eating, drinking & being merry establishments.
How to get to Fjaderholmarna Sweden

A heavenly little boat picks you up from the Gamla Stan pier in central Stockholm & before you can say Fjaderholmarna Sweden…you’re there. It’s called the Fjäderholmarna Båt in Swedish. You can jump on it for free with […]

July 15th, 2016|Destinations, Stockholm, Sweden|3 Comments

A Bit of Stockholm – A Morning for Design

Ikea.  For too many people, Swedish Design is Ikea. I admit I too have a house filled with “The Wonderful Everyday,” but I know there is so much more to Swedish Design than my Billy Bookcase, my Regissör cabinet and Fantastisk napkins. A weekend trip to Stockholm proved me right.

March 10th, 2015|Destinations, Stockholm, Sweden|4 Comments