Christmas markets in Europe are renowned worldwide. During two weekends in November and December, visitors to Wapnö Gård just outside of Halmstad in the Halland region can see why Sweden is no exception.
Your castle awaits
All photography by Jonas Lind
Much more than a farm, Wapnö Gård is a castle, a hotel, and a conference center. But during those special two weekends in autumn, it becomes a place full of the magic and wonder of Christmas.
Read the full
article on Slow Travel Stockholm.
Like in most capital cities, finding a private tour guide in Stockholm is not hard to do. There are always tour buses and free maps at hotels. Travel books and blogs abound aplenty.
A visitor to the self-proclaimed Capital of Scandinavia may be tempted to venture out on their own.
But a private tour guide offers value.
Private tour guides can share secrets and tailor the tour based on your needs and desires. They can provide the inside scoop in a way that a self-guided tour cannot.
One such tour guide in Stockholm is Philip Cary. His company,
Philip’s Stockholm Tours is worth trying if you’re interested in small group tours.
Your tour comes with a guaranteed dose of humour, which can be a lifesaver if you’re touring Stockholm in the winter months. And let’s face it, who doesn’t like to laugh in any weather?
Philip frames his tours through his joy of sharing the art, culture, and history of the city. Read the
full story on Slow Travel Stockholm.
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