Sweden has all sorts of events and happenings this year.
From music festivals and culture nights to Scandi crime tours and food events, there is always something to do.
Release your inner pop star at the ABBA Museum, a permanent exhibition in the Swedish Music Hall of Fame on the island of Djurgården, Stockholm.
Nearby you can also visit the Liljevalchs art venue and the famous Vasa Museum.
If you love art don’t miss the Market Art Fair in Stockholm 17-19 April, the Nordic region’s leading fair for contemporary art.
Love Swedish films? To see where it all began,
visit the Filmstaden film studio grounds in Råsunda just outside Stockholm where Ingmar Bergman, Experience Sweden in 2015
Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergman worked. Or if you are a fan of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy, Experience Sweden in 2015
go on the Millennium Tour in Lisbeth Salander’s footsteps.
In Skåne, visit the setting of the TV series The Bridge or go for a coffee in Wallander’s picturesque village of Ystad.
In west Sweden you find Fjällbacka, the setting of Camilla Läckberg’s crime novels.
It’s all about the sea on the west coast of Sweden.
A new four-day event called ‘Go to Sea’ takes place in Gothenburg 24-28 February with restaurants popping up across the city and shops
will have a marine theme. Gothenburg is also where the music festival Way out West takes place every August.
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