As the storm rolls in, the thunder rumbles and the rain surrounds me. I get wet… but I feel a calmness for the first time since I arrived on Karingon.
In a small Swedish town that has taken so much from the natural stones, artists are giving something back to the granite landscapes of the coast.
This small fishing village on the coast of West Sweden is a seafood mecca – and out on the water you can get a salty taste of what’s on offer.
Imagine being the first person to stumble upon these ancient carvings from 3000 years ago. And then to discover there are hundreds of thousands of them!
Smogen, on an island just of the West Swedish coast, is a lively summer town. But it’s away from the people that I found my favourite spots.
There aren’t many royal palaces in the world you can visit where the king and queen live. But Drottningholm Palace in Sweden is one of them!
What makes Skogskyrkogarden so special it would be named a World Heritage Site? This is what it’s like to visit Stockholm’s Woodland Cemetery.