To mark the 250th anniversary of Sweden's abolition of censorship, the Swedish Tourist Association has launched a phone number connecting global callers with random Swedes.
Around 30 million tourists flocked to the Catalan capital in 2016 - a major economic boon for the city. However, the downside of the tourist influx is catching up with the locals. Santiago Sáez reports from Barcelona.
The Global Passport Power Rank 2017, which compares passports from the 193 UN member countries, states that a German passport will help you travel the furthest, - into 159 countries around the world.
Kiruna, Sweden’s northernmost town, is set to open up new perspectives for thousands of tourists – by launching them into outer space.
A day in the life of a Vikinger wasn't all just raids, battle and revelry. Many lived peaceful village lives. We head to the Swedish village of Foteviken to find out what it's like to be a Vikinger for a day - or longer
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