Åre, named by Conde Naste as one of the world’s ten best ski-resorts, offers excellent snow and world class skiing. But what really sets Åre apart from other ski destinations is its quaint village nestled below the slopes; with a picturesque square surrounded by traditional wooden houses with hotels, shops and restaurants.
Far from busy city life, in a northeastern corner of the Swedish island of Gotland, lies the remote peninsula of Furillen. And in the midst of the rough yet inspiring natural landscape you’ll discover a industrial-chic boutique hotel with stunning Baltic Sea views.
Help yourself to wine from the fridge, pinch a book from the library and settle in for a cosy afternoon in the glasshouse. Marked through Mr and Mrs Smith as a Urban Gustavian Hideout, Ett Hem in Stockholm is the new benchmark for laid-back Swedish hospitality.
A long weekend in Stockholm can offer a magical time where you as a family can take a step back from everyday stress and routine and instead discover the snowy capital of Sweden and together find the spirit of Christmas.
Gotland Sweden is one of the most piqturesq places I’d been in Scandinava. And the Swedish island in the Baltic Sea is arguable everything you’ve been dreaming for for a family Summer holiday. Where to stay and what to do, through pictures…
Wallander brought the tiny place Ystad in Sweden into the spotlight. But there’s another charming coastal town, just a bit further west, that’s called Skanör. This is a popular seaside resort with a vibrant harbour and famous for it’s sandy white beaches and multicoloured beach huts.