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.
In the winter months, more and more people are drawn to the far north of Europe to watch an extraordinary spectacle in the sky at night: the aurora borealis — a light phenomenon that enchants the observer.
The battle against wildfires in Sweden is expected to continue for weeks, but that shouldn't deter tourists. Many lakes, forests and nature reserves lie outside the danger zones. What holidaymakers should know:
Historic and progressive Stockholm, known as the Venice of the North, spans fourteen islands. I explored the Swedish capital and discovered it’s a wonderful weekend getaway and now one of my favorite cities in Europe.
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.
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