By: Valerija Denaityte Northern lights - or aurora borealis - are one of the most spectacular natural sights one can see in their lifetime, and you're in luck because Swedish Lapland is known for having a fair amount of northern lights every year. Location, location, location As suspected, [...]
There are many reasons as to why Stockholm is the best city for LGBT students.
Julmust is probably the worst enemy of Coca-Cola in Sweden around the holidays since it swipes all the soda glory.
It had a spiritual effect, something that is hypnotic but beautiful and transcendent at the same time.
Even though the second part of the academic year in Sweden is called “spring semester”, the semester begins in January when Stockholm is about as far away from spring as it gets.
By: Valerija Denaityte Stockholm summers tend to be a mix of different kinds of weather: ranging from rain to drought, cool winds to summer breezes, it has it all. But there’s a consensus to be drawn, and that’s that winter tends to be tedious for a lot of people in the city. Whether you’ve [...]
By: Lisa Jeuck Stockholm is, without a doubt, a very versatile city. From modern to old, from posh to hipster – Stockholm has it all. In the following, you’ll get to know my favourite faces of Sweden’s capital, but be sure: there is so much more to see! [...]
How would you describe the feeling of Stockholm? We asked a Frenchman and Dutchman to capture their answer to this question in a movie. Here's the result.
By: Diana Carrillo Silva Wondering if you would ever have tacos again after moving in to Stockholm? (Or maybe you’re an international student that just wants to try something new…) Here’s the top 3 things you need to know! First of all, you’ve arrived to the right place! Swedes have a thing [...]
By: Diana Carrillo When visiting one of the most expensive cities in the world, who would be better than a student to give you advice on living the city on a budget? I’m Diana, a Master's student from Mexico and if you are here for a weekend, I suggest you the following places to [...]
Fika, anyone? Swedes love fika (pronounced fee-ka) which is the social ritual of hanging out over a cup of coffee and a cinnamon bun. It’s not like people outside Sweden don’t do this, it’s just that Swedes have made it a lifestyle. The cliché is true, and for some reason, we can’t stop talking [...]