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Top 5 Places to Visit In Sweden

Top 5 Places to Visit In Sweden

Sweden is a beautiful country with so much to offer. Culture, food and beautiful sights are everywhere, from the well-known Northern Lights to all the different restaurants that have left so many people leaving happy and well-fed.  Stockholm, the city’s capital, says: “We are welcoming dissidents, people we admire, those we can’t understand, the friendly, the disorderly and the well-behaved.” Everybody is welcome at Stockholm. West Sweden is known for its magnificent food that it serves there in many different restaurants all over the region. Food bloggers and world-class critics alike visit West Sweden for its range of restaurants and hospitality towards any tourists who want to try their enormous range of foods, from the Fish Church in Gothenburg to the Feskekyrka food market and restaurant.

  1. Gamla Stan

Gamla Stan is the old town of Stockholm, Sweden. Gamla Stan mainly consists of the island Stadsholmen, but it also has three little islets named Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen, and Strömsborg. It is the place where Stockholm Palace is located, the main residence of the Swedish Monarch King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia. There is also the Museum of Medieval Stockholm, which allows its visitors to experience medieval Sweden with its brick houses, workshops and even its harbour.

Gamla Stan

       2. Stockholm Palace

Stockholm Palace was built in mid 18th century, with a whopping 1430 rooms and 660 that have windows. There are several museums in Stockholm Palace, all of which you can visit, including the Livrustkammaren, Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities, The Treasury and The Tre Kronor Museum. In the Stockholm Palace, you can also see the changing of the Royal Guards ceremony take place, with approximately 800,000 people watching each year. To finish it all off, you can visit the Royal Gift Shop with many different souvenirs and trinkets on sale as well as a wide range of books.

Stockholm Palace


       3. Skansen

Skansen is the first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden, located on the island Djurgården which is also home to many other historical monuments and amusement parks. Skansen has over 1.3 million visitors each year, coming for the many different exhibits including a full replica of a 19th-century town with people living their daily lives as they would during the 19th century. The zoo contains many different Scandinavian animals including bison, brown bears, seals, and even reindeer as well as numerous others. The site’s central square is a Christmas market which is visited by roughly 25,000 people each weekend during Christmas time. In the summer there is folk dancing and concerts.


       4. Stockholm City Hall

Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden’s most popular tourist attractions and for good reason. It is located on Kungsholmen Island, and in it, you will find the conference and ceremonial halls, and a luxury restaurant, Stadshuskällaren. This restaurant has dishes based on the wildlife of the north via the west coast’s fish and seafood, including a massive range of different desserts.

Stockholm City Hall

       5. Gröna Lund

Gröna Lund is located in Stockholm, with over 30 different rides and amusements available for children and adults alike, with the slowest roller-coaster going 26kmph and the fastest going almost 100kmph. There are bumper cars for the young kids, and children from 0-3 can ride for free along with a full paying adult. Gröna Lund also has several concerts going on, especially during the summer, with a wide range of different artists performing yearly.

Grona lund

Top 5 Places to Visit In Sweden

Top Five Budget Countries to Go On Holiday

Top Five Budget Countries to Go On Holiday

Holidays can be expensive. Paying for a whole family of four or even just going by yourself can cost thousands of pounds, especially when you are going somewhere popular such as New York or Paris. Travel costs, food costs, the fact that you need somewhere to sleep… Sometimes you just need an affordable and relaxing getaway to put the daily stress of life on hold. Whether you want to travel to visit the beach or to eat the best street food there is to offer, going on a budget holiday is the best way to satisfy your urge for something different.


  1. Cuba

Cuba is a brilliant place to visit for all the family or just solo. This Caribbean island is also one of the cheapest places you can visit- with prices of several hotels being less than £50 a day. You can visit Viñales Valley for a bike ride or hike up this mountain which is also a world heritage site. There are also several different museums such as the Museum Of the Revolution and Havana is well-known for its bustling nightlife. Whether you’re going by yourself or not, Cuba is a great place to visit at very cheap prices.


2. Greece

Even though Greece is undergoing an economic crisis as of now it is still a very good holiday destination, especially when on a budget. The prices are budget, and the population is always appreciative of tourists who visit to support their lives whether it’s by buying food from a restaurant or staying in their hotels.   Greece is an idyllic place with thousands of different entertaining things you can do, such as visiting the classic Acropolis in Athens or going to the world-renowned Parthenon which is thousands of years old. Greece has some of the best Mediterranean food in the world, and it’s all very cheap and affordable.


3. Bolivia

Bolivia is the cheapest country to visit in South America. It is filled with different types of attractions to visit, including various mountains such as the Andres Mountains that are perfect for hiking, as well as the Amazon Basin Rainforest that is a place of exploration. The Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in the continent, and it is a great place to go kayaking or even to just look at. The lake is also home to Incan ruins and a large range of wildlife such as llamas, alpacas, or just frogs. Hotels in Bolivia can be as cheap as £100 a night, and there is really no better place to go if you are an adventurous person.

4. Shanghai, China.

The main reason most people visit Shanghai is undoubtedly because of the large amount of amazing street food on offer, from soup dumplings to sticky rice balls. There are a few places with cheap accommodation, and even if wandering the busy streets of Shanghai is not for you, there is also places like the Yu Garden or the Oriental Pearl Tower where you can sightsee or just relax. For the kids or avid Disney fans, there’s also the Shanghai Disney Resort which is always a crowd pleaser even though it isn’t the cheapest option on the list.


5. Portugal

Portugal has always been known for being one of the most affordable options in Europe, with dozens of different medieval buildings and towers still available to view. The Belém Tower, Castle of the Moors and Jerónimos Monastery are some of the most popular medieval landmarks. Of course, if you do not enjoy medieval buildings or history, there is always the option to just visit the Peneda-Gerês National Park, a beautiful nature reserve with many different walking trails suitable for all the family. Portugal’s flights are cheap and hotels start at the low price of only £12.


Top Five Budget Countries to Go On Holiday

Top Five Places to Visit Glasgow, Scotland.

Top Five Places to visit in Glasgow, Scotland.

Glasgow is a wonderful place, located in the West of Central Scotland on the banks of the River Clyde. Previously a city known for its industry, Glasgow has turned into a popular tourist attraction, being the fourth most visited city in all of the UK. It has a multitude of great places to visit, from magnificent museums and cathedrals to refreshing parks and the highlands. Whether you’re visiting Glasgow for the first time or not, there is always something that you can do in this bustling city. Here are our 5 favourite places to visit in Glasgow.


      1. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and museum is located at the end of Sauchiehall Street, a pedestrian area more than 1.5 miles long which offers hundreds of different shops, hotels and other amenities. This gallery was first designed by Sir John W. Simpson and E.J Milner Allen. The museum has a massive collection of exhibits and is known for its arms and armour collections. Once you’ve looked at the fascinating exhibits, you can stop off in the restaurant for some lunch and just have a nice little day out.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
     2. Glasgow Cathedral
 Glasgow Cathedral has a long history, built before the Reformation in the late 12th century. Technically, Glasgow cathedral is no longer a cathedral, since it has not been overruled by a bishop since 1690. However, it is still a place of active Christian worship, hosting a Church of Scotland congregation. It is free to enter and is full of plaques dotted around it explaining the history of the cathedral. This beautiful cathedral is a great place to go for any lover of history; even better if you go when the organist is playing for a real authentic experience.
 Glasgow Cathedral
    3. Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
 The Gallery of Modern Art was opened in 1996, and since then it has been well-known for its excellent contemporary art. It exhibits work by local and international artists and addresses several social issues in biweekly events. This wonderful gallery also has free Wi-fi, a cafe, and even a mini-library inside of it. The Gallery of modern art has pieces from several artists, including works by Andy Warhol and David Hockney. This gallery has mesmerising works of art such as an equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington sculpted by Carlo Marochetti in 1844. If you are a fan of modern art or are even indifferent, this is still a good place to go.
Gallery of modern art, glasgow
     4. Kelvingrove Park
  Kelvingrove Park is another free place to visit, and a fabulous one at that. It was created in 1852 by English gardener Sir Joe Paxton, who also worked on the Crystal Palace in London. The park is 34 hectares in size and is an area heavy with wildlife. There are many different birds from kingfishers to cormorant, and there are also red foxes and even otters. It is in a central location, West of Gilmorehill and the University of Glasgow, South of Partick and Anderston, to the East by Charing Cross and to the North by Hillhead and Woodlands. It’s a great place to visit for all the family, and it even has a bandstand that is used for summer music festivals.
 Kelvingrove Park
     5. Celtic Park
Celtic Park is a football stadium which is the largest in Scotland, with a capacity of 60,441 people. It is also known as Parkhead or paradise by Celtic fans. Celtic was formed in 1897, and Parkhead was built in 1898. Celtic Park has been used as a venue for Scotland internationals, and in 2014 it hosted the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. It is a brilliant place to visit for any football fan,  and once you’ve visited it there are even restaurants inside to have a bite in.
Celtic Park

Top Five Places to visit in Glasgow, Scotland.

10 Amazing Things to Do in Thailand

10 Amazing Things to Do in Thailand


10 Amazing Things to Do in Thailand

25 Things To Do In Toronto

25 Things To Do In Toronto

25 Things To Do In Toronto