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Fjällgatan is sometimes referred to as the “balcony” of Stockholm. Located on the north eastern shore of Södermalm, with buildings dating back to the 18th century, it offers a panoramic view of Old Town to the west, Skeppsholmen and Djurgården with Gröna Lund amusement park and Skansen to the east. From the viewing platform you […]


 Welcome to Dalsnibba Veiwpoint. It is Europe’s hightest fjordview from the road at 1476 meters over sea level. Dalsnibba is situated 21 km from the centr of Geiranger. When you get to the viewpoint what you see will depend on the weather as well as the season. In the earlie Late season snow can appear […]

Helsinki Sauna Day 12.3.

Helsinki Sauna day! Welcome to the first ever Helsinki Sauna Day. Finland  they are five million inhabitants and over three million saunas! Unfortunantly many of them are seldom in use. Helsinki Sauna Day is being organised by the social innovations group Yhteismaa together with Visit Helsinki. For more information go to the  Visit Helsinki websiteOn the […]

Henrik Ibsen in Henrik Ibsens Street

The Henrik Ibsen Museum was founded by Knut Wigert in 1990 and has now been owned by the Norwegian Folkemuseum since 1993. Here you have the possible to visit the appartement Henrik Ibsen lived in his last 11 years. The museum arranges tours of the apartment with original artwork and furniture – giving you insight about his […]

NO / Gol stave church

NO / Gol stave church

We have earlier informed about Borgund Stave Church but there is several other Stave churches worth visiting, one of them are the Stave Church in Gol. The original church, Garðar kirkja,  were created around year 1200 but have some elements which can be dated all the way back to 1157. Even if the original church were […]

Japan Week in Helsinki

Japan Week is an international cultural exchange program, dedicated to all things Japanese to spur tourism to Japan. The objective of Japan Week is to promote Japanese art and culture and create a mutual understanding and friendship with host countries. Japan Week is created in a collaboration between the International Friendship Foundation (IFF) and the host city. […]