Welcome to the 2014 edition of the Sweden Magazine! Read it online, download it, or order a copy.
Giant cinnamon rolls, tables spilling on to cobblestoned streets and probably the best chocolate café in Sweden – hello Gothenburg.
Christmas and the run up to it is all about one thing: the famed Swedish smorgasbord that is called Julbord (pronounced ‘yuleboard’) at Christmas time. This is where you get practically 101 dishes elbowing for space on a table or, a series of tables.
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.
The gay and lesbian scene in Stockholm is like the city itself: warm, open-minded and welcoming, easily accessible and fun.
Back in the 1950s the powers that be in Stockholm decided that the people needed art. The gallery – the 110 kilometres of the Stockholm Metro.