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ABBA THE MUSEUM in Stockholm

ABBA THE MUSEUM in Stockholm – it is finally open! Now you can become a Dancing Queen or the 5th member of the famous Swedish pop group, who sold more than 400 million albums all over the world. Learn more about how they conquered the world, take a look inside their studios,Read More …


Haga Royal Palace and National Parc – Stockholm

Situated in Stockholm and part of the Royal National City Park, Haga Park is one of Sweden’s most-visited recreation area. Haga Park is perhaps Sweden’s foremost example of an English landscape park and also known as the “Gustavian Park” as it was initiated by Gustav III. The parc is characterizedRead More …


The Vasa warship

The Vasa museum is Scandinavia’s most visited museum with over one million visitors per year. The history of the sunken warship from 1628 fascinates so many people. Today the Vasa is the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world, and a unique art treasure. More than 95 percent of theRead More …


Møn, the most beautiful natural scenery in Denmark

Møn, the most beautiful natural scenery in Denmark? It is not a part of the Unesco’s world heritage list, bud could have been. What is sure is that the white chalk cliffs on the island of Møn are absolutely breathtaking! Formed around 70 million years ago by the compression ofRead More …


Gothenburg and cinnamon buns

Gothenburg/Göteborg, Sweden’s second biggest city is definitely worth a visit. There is always something going on in Gothenburg: concerts, sports, exhibitions and cultural events every week. The cities and Scandinavians biggest amusement park Liseberg just opened for the summar and as the weather is getting warmer it is time for niceRead More …


Christening of Princess Estelle

We are celebrating today the 22th of May the Christening of Princess Estelle in the Slottskyrkan chapel in the royal palace. The impressive guest list counts Royalties, Prime Ministers, representatives from the Government and journalists from several countries. Guests has arrived to Haga slott – the resindence of the young royal couple sinceRead More …


Helsinki and Dalarna – top travel destinations in 2012

Two Scandinavian destinations are present on New York Times ”The 45 places to go 2012” list. When the New York Time published its yearly “45 places to go” travel destination list there where –amongst destinations as the Space and Panama (top of the list) – two Scandinavian destinations: Helsinki, theRead More …


Curling for groups – Incentive or team building activity

The European Curling Championships were just held in Moscow last weekend and the sport is widely practiced in the Northern countries this time of year. Invite your group to for a fun-filled curling session! This is a fun activity that appeals to a wide range of people and since itRead More …


STOCKHOLMDAYS AND NUITS BLANCES – NORDIC WORKSHOP PARIS

We would like to thank all our new and ancient clients who visited us at STOCKHOLMDAYS and NUITS BLANCHES WORKSHOP NORDIQUE workshops. We are seeing forward a very successful 2012 together with you!


Ales stenar – past and present of a historical monument

Ales Stenar is one of Sweden’s most important historical monuments, the largest preserved ”ship setting” – stones set in the layout of a ship. Although its original function is still not determined this megalithic monument fascinates generation after generation. It consists of a stone ship 67 meters long formed byRead More …


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