When walking to and from the hospital/
university everyday I get to enjoy the beautiful gardens of Uppsala. Being just a short trainride from Stockholm Uppsala is a nice daytripp, has a lot to offer in terms of Swedish history plus it's a nice town with a good atmosphere! I'll give you a proper guide later on this week, meanwhile enjoy a few pics..
Monday, September 24, 2012
When walking to and from the hospital/
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
In the end, we winded up in second place, the winner Verendus was already doing amazingly well, the idea and the brilliant company might actually win the whole thing. I wish Dick Petersson the best of luck in NY and thank Entreprenörskapsforum for a great day!
Saturday, September 8, 2012
|Picture taken from Do today|
We started out at Järntorget in Old town and then followed our guide through the narrow alleys of Old town through Stockholm’s history via great battles, blood baths, diseases and whorehouses. Our guide made the old stories and legends come to life, made us jump a few times with her great approach to old murders of famous people throughout the hundreds of years of history. We were quite a big group, aged between 7 and 70 I'd say and everyone enjoyed themselves vividly. I'm sure all guides have more or less the same approach to the tour so you will not be disappointed even if you don't get our amazing guide.. =)
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
|Picture taken from the website|
Thursday, August 16, 2012
If you plan to go next year, a great place to start is Siljan. They also boost a lot of other useful information about Dalarna, a nice place to be if you want to leave the bigger cities during the summer.
|Photo of a Hälsingegård taken by Jakob Dahlström|
So ther you go, two things I recommend if you are here next summer!
Thursday, May 24, 2012
|At Kunsträdgården during A taste of Stockholm|
|Some of the guests waiting for the race to start..|
|At the starting point|
Saturday, April 21, 2012
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Jag är med UNICEF i kampen för varenda unge. Vill du också vara med och förändra barns liv? Bli Världsförälder här: unicef.se/bli-varldsforalder. För 100 kronor i månaden är du med och ser till att barn över hela världen får vaccin, medicin, rent vatten och utbildning. Har du en blogg och vill vaccinera ytterligare 95 barn? För varje bloggare som publicerar den här bloggposten mellan 16 april och 13 maj så skänker Apotek Hjärtat 95 stelkrampsvaccin. Läs mer och hämta bloggmaterial på unicef.se/sprid-budskapet/bloggkampanj "
Thursday, April 5, 2012
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Wednesday, April 4, 2012
You essentially have three ways of getting from the airport to your destination. What might surprise you is that Taxi is usually the cheapest solution but it depends on how many you are, where you are going etc.
Readily available outside the terminal at Arlanda they drive on fixed prices to any destination in central Stockholm. The prices vary a bit depending on the company but should all be around 470-500SEK and the price should be written on the outside of the car. Don't ever go by meter, the prices are fixed! If you are more than 4 persons you might want to consider preordering a large taxi that takes up to 8 people, ask your host to help you with this.
The fastest and most environmental friendly way of getting to central Stockholm. It takes about 20 min to get to central station and the trains run all the time. Unfortunately it's expensive so usually it doesn't make sense if you are more then 2 persons but there are exceptions. Usually they have a weekend special where you can go 2 adults for less and a summer special where children go for free etc. Problem is that once you hit central station you will still probably want to take a taxi to your destination.. However, if you are going to Arlanda during rush hour, this is unbeatable! To see the current prices please check out their webpage where you can also buy tickets in advance: Arlanda express
The cheapest way of getting to central station. It takes quite a lot longer then a taxi due to all the stops and they don't run as often as the trains but is a cheap way of traveling. Again, you will however be dropped off at central station and have to make your way from there to your destination. For prices and schedule, check out their webpage: Airport busses
First things first, Skavsta is quite a long way from Stockholm, despite what Ryan air says, so don't be surprised if the journey takes a while. From here I would only really recommend travelling by bus. A taxi is ridiculously expensive so this is a big no no if I were you.
The busses matches all arrivals/departures so you rarely have to wait for it. A good idea is to buy a 2 way ticket right away since it's cheaper and it saves you the hassle of doing it twice. For schedules, prices and more, check out theire webpage: Airport busses
Public transportation in Stockholm is really good if you don't happen to be here during the winter when the occasional snowstorm brings everything to a stop.. It's run by SL and if you are here for a few days you can get a visitors pass that are good value. When you get a pass you can go on the commuter trains, the metro, all the busses and trams plus a few boats so it's a really good idea. SL has got a good visitor's page that you can reach from here: Public transportation in Stockholm
Stockholm City bikes or as they are more commonly known: "Alvedoncykel"
The advil bikes.. Yes, sponsored by the Swedish version of Advil, these bikes are readily available all over Stockholm. They are cheap, really smart way of getting around and good for the environment. Pick up a bike at one stand, drop it of at another, never have to worry about locking up your bike or where to store it at night. Join the movement! See their webpage for prices and more info: Stockholm City bikes