The White Guide, Sweden's leading restaurant guide presenting the country's top 250 restaurants and covering 500-plus restaurants every year, has just launched its website in English.
Lonely Planet has named Abisko and the Northern Lights the world's most illuminating experience as part of celbrating that 2015 is the UN Year of Light.
Are you so loopy about lobster that you’ll join us on a lobster safari? Want to worship at a fish church? Or forage the deep, dark forests of Dalsland for berries and mushrooms. Let your food trip to West Sweden begin.
The Skåne region is one of Europe’s most fertile farming areas and is rightly renowned for its farm fresh produce such as asparagus, forest berries and mushrooms, as well as goose, shellfish and wild venison. And where you can sample them? In the restaurants and eateries of Skåne of course.
Swedes love traditions despite being one of the most modern countries in the world. And food is a central part of the festivities. Swedish traditions revolve around national holidays, seasons and food.
The 2014-15 incarnation celebrates the 25th anniversary of the ICEHOTEL. Eat off ice plates, drink from ice glasses and sleep in -5C in a hotel made of ice and snow in the depths of Swedish Lapland.