Take a cruise through Bohuslän on the Swedish West Coast with Kulturbåtarna. The vessel M/S Svea will bring you from Göteborg up through the beautiful coastal landscape towards Fjällbacka.
Whether you choose a day trip or a multi-day cruise, this will be an unforgettable trip.
The tour can also be done reverse, travel by bus to Fjällbacka and cruise south with M/S Svea towards Göteborg
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As the southernmost inhabited island in Gothenburg’s southern archipelago, Vrångö has 400 inhabitants; during summer that population soars. Completely car-free, Vrångö is famous for its fine sandy beaches that locals rate as the archipelago’s best island for swimming. Large parts of the island are part of a nature reserve with groomed walking trails. Stop in to an archipelago café, pass the marina, fishing dock, and fish shops. Take the tram from the center of Gothenburg and then transfer to the ferry to reach the idyllic Vrångö.
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Experience Bohuslän in a relaxing way by bicycling on pedestrian islands enjoying the surroundings that CNN has listed as one of the last beautiful wilderness areas. There are several bike packages along the entire coast, which include accommodation, food and bike. http://www.vastsverige.com/en/biking-the-archipelago/products/147896/Premium-Cycling-Package-Orust-coast-to-coast/
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The comfort of Stockholm – Don’t be surprised when you fall in love with Sweden’s gracious capital. The narrow streets of Gamla Stan, the “Old Town,” are made for sunset strolls. But perhaps the most romantic way to see this city of islands is on a relaxing boat trip, cruising under historic bridges, past stunning cityscapes and the beautiful archipelago beyond.
At Djurgarden you can have a pick-nick at Galarparken, still in the middle of the city but far from noise and too many people.
Hagaparken, located north-west of Vasa-stan on the edge of Brunnsviken inlet, has rolling green lawns and 18th century architecture. It’s a romantic English-style park with wandering paths, scenic views and assorted pavilions.
Stockholm has 30.000 islands in the archipelago, and from central Stockholm you can reach many of them with classic white boats. Much of the archipelago can also be reach by other means of public transportation. You can also go on a lunch or dinner cruise in this beautiful archipelago: www.strommakanalbolaget.se.
Yes, Stockholm is elegant, as a royal city should be. But it is also a place where you’ll feel comfortable right away. And that’s what falling in love is all about!
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The Stockholm archipelago is a cluster of some 30,000 islands, skerries and rocks spreading 80 km east from the city into the Baltic Sea. Some are large inhabited islands famed for swinging summer parties and others are little more than rocky outposts or grassy knolls visited by the odd seal or kayaker.
From central Stockholm you can access the entire archipelago with classic white boats unless you want to do some kayaking or canoeing between the islands.
Much of the archipelago can also be reached by other means of public transportation.
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Skane is a province of contrasts: Swedish, a bit Danish, but most of all – Skanian. Bordering on three seas, the coast is never far away. Here, flat land meets forests. You’ll find castles and cottages, medieval alleys and big city life. Put yourself in the middle of Skane and you have about 60 golf courses within a 50 minute drive. Malmö is Swede’s third largest city and is located in Southern Sweden near castles and the countryside.
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During the winter seasonMalmö museums features Christmas at the castle which is a celebration that includes songs, music, medieval jesters and craftsmen at work.
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Discover a city like no other – a city built on 14 islands, where you are never far from the water. Well-preserved medieval buildings stand alongside modern architecture. And just outside the city, the archipelago of 24.000 islands is waiting to be explored.
Stockholm is a city of contrasts – water and islands, history and innovation, small town and big city, short winter days and long, light summer nights – with a dazzling array of impressions. Take a romantic boat trip under all the bridges or a horse back ride at the lovely park of Djurgarden. Walk around in the OldTown – its historic buildings and narrow, twisting streets make it the most atmospheric part of the city. The nightlife in the city is trendy and coo. Romance is never far away, from beautiful parks to romantic restaurants and hide aways - Stockholm offers something for all the senses.