A medieval path offers huge forests and lakes, warm Swedish hospitality – and a salutary lesson in what comes before a fall
From jogging in a nature reserve to joining in the Scandi ritual of fika, a new initiative in west Sweden gives visitors the chance to connect with the inhabitants
Tove Jansson never took her family of fairytale characters too seriously, but they now have their own museum in Tampere, attracting Moomins fans from around the world
A futuristic thatched visitor centre is the latest focal point in Denmark’s Unesco-listed coastal national park, perfect for twitchers, cyclists and oyster lovers
The Nordic country’s newly opened Hossa national park has all the wilderness an adventure traveller – or a bear – could desire
The Tirpitz bunker has been a squat, dark presence on the dunes of West Jutland’s Blåvand since 1944. Now, it is part of a beautifully designed space to explore the region’s history
An Instameet in Gothenburg gave photographers a chance to grab a fresh perspective on the city.
The co-founder of the supergroup takes us on a tour of ‘the most beautiful capital in the world’ – and reveals which costume in the Abba museum makes him ‘cry out in pain’
With its sun-dappled islands, waterways, cobbled streets and laid-back vibe, Sweden’s second city is a must-visit in spring and summer
The raw food movement is gathering momentum in Europe, and thriving in Scandinavia, particularly in Iceland.