How to spend 48 hours in Oslo: The Great Art Tour

Oslo might be the economic and governmental center of Norway, but it is also home to some of the greatest international artists, writers and cultural installations. Take this specialized art tour around Oslo with our two-day guide and make the most out of your weekend! But don’t forget, avoid Mondays as most museums are closed. Day 1 Sights: The Vigeland Park Slottsparken/Det Kongelige…

Copenhagen Neighbourhoods: So hip it hurts, Vesterbro

The article was updated 2018-04-19. Vesterbro is home to some of Copenhagen’s newest restaurants, bars, shops and galleries, turning the district into one of the newest hot spots for the hip and trendy. Though, it wasn’t always this cool. It’s actually in the middle of a makeover that follows in the footsteps of Manhattan’s own Meat Packing District. Here are some of the…

Top 12 family-friendly things to do in Sweden

The article was updated on 16 May 2018. We know you have already been secretly dreaming about a vacation all winter-long, so we’ve put together a quick list of adventurous and cultural family-friendly activities to make your planning easier. In this post on summer with the kids, we feature Sweden! 1. Liseberg Amusement Park – Gothenburg This is Scandinavia’s biggest amusement park that offers something…

A Guide to the Perfect Swedish Midsummer Celebration

The longest day of the year is quickly approaching and you know what that means? Another Swedish Midsummer that you’ll never forget. Every year, Swedes keep their fingers crossed that the weather will be pleasant during Midsummer’s eve. It is easily one of the most important holidays that comes with an unlimited guilt-free pass to indulge in copious amounts of new potatoes, diversely…