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Bobbie Jo Traut explores cozy and unique bookstores in Stockholm in Södermalm that offer readers and literary lovers the chance to discover new favorites.
Australian co-founders give us an inside look to Stockholm’s 100 Point Challenge and how tourists and locals can interact with their city in meaningful ways
If you’re looking for family-friendly activities during Sportlov 2019 in Stockholm, then check out the list of activities and ideas to keep the boredom at bay.
Lola A. Åkerström spotlights the wildly successful annual dining initiative, Krogveckan.
Judy H Petersen gives us a preview of the 2020 Tabletop Board Game Expo in Stockholm and highlights the benefits of gameplay for people of all ages.
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While I definitely caught the tail-end of the cherry blossoms in Kungsträdgården (“The King’s Garden”) also known as “Kungsan” to locals, they were no less beautiful. Pleasant spring weather which has been teasing residents for weeks seems like it’s finally here to stay. The blossoms usually peak between the end of April and early May. Under the cherry blossom trees, people soak up sun, eat ice-cream, gossip, and played chess.