Travel May – September
Have you ever witnessed the midnight sun? You can in Sweden! From the end of May through mid-July, the sun remains above the horizon 24/7 in the northern part of the country. Although summer is the busiest and most expensive time of year– this phenomenon is worth witnessing! Keep in mind that summer is the rainy season, so pack an umbrella! Prefer the northern lights phenomenon? Plan your trip for January through March and pack warm– the high temperatures hover around freezing in the winter.
The Scandinavian nation of Sweden spans 14 islands and is known for minimalistic design (looking at you IKEA), pop stars (hey there, ABBA and Avicii), and the “world’s longest art exhibition,” located inside the Stockholm metro system. See the city of Stockholm from a different perspective with a rooftop hike, then take your taste buds on an adventure by trying a Swedish classic– fried strömming (herring).
Are you ready to discover one epic foodie destination in Europe? Known for seafood and for being one of the most sustainable cities in the world, Gothenburg, Sweden is where you want to go for a foodie adventure. I’ll share with you our
Stockholm in the summer is one of the most spectacular places we have ever been to. While we were in town, we used the 48 hour Stockholm Pass and challenged ourselves to see how much we could get into and spend 2 days exploring
Watch as I share European gems through food and memorable experiences, plus you can discover my adopted home of Amsterdam with me and see what it’s like to be an expat in the Netherlands.