Bucket list: Sweden Edition

Travelling for me, and I’m sure for quite a lot of us, is a liberating experience. It’s something that we all want to do.. To put on our backpacks, take that ticket and travel all over the world and leave our worries behind. And for those of us studying in Sweden, we sure have a lot of places to go, rejuvenate and be amazed. And what better time to travel than the holiday season! So Here is my bucket-list, Sweden Edition.


What’s special here?

The island’s art scene, best restaurants esp. for farm fresh food and its history.

Best time to visit: Summer


photo: Pelle Sten


Whats special here?

Small fishing villages surrounded by an amazingly beautiful landscape, rocky islands, bike and boat tours.

Best time to visit: Spring, fall and summer


photo: Mikael Almse


What’s special here?

World’s largest hotel made of ice and snow. Snowmobile excursions such as Arctic Trail that takes one through the wilderness trails of Swedish Lapland’s aboriginal people,sauna and dinner programs, ice driving, moose watching, ice sculpting, Northern Lights viewing, and dog sled safaris.

Best time to visit: Winter


photo: Peter Grant, Imagebank.sweden.se

What’s special here?

250 km north of the Arctic Circle, Nordic skiing, northern lights from the aurora station.

Best time: Winter



What’s special here?

Watching the midnight sun

Best time: Summertime in Swedish Lapland, usually between end May and mid-July.


I can’t wait to tick these off my bucket list in the course of the next one and a half years 😀

-For now, your Swe-desi Seafarer signing off 🙂

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  • Akash • 22 Dec 2016 at 9.29 pm Reply

    Hi, I’ll be coming to sweden next year for studies. Is it possible to find part time jobs there for us indians? did you find one? Is it manageable to work part-time alongside studies considering 40 hour workweek there?

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 25 Dec 2016 at 7.38 am Reply

      You can find a part time job, if you want. It isnt easy to get but there are opportunities. I would advise you to come and settle down first, see the intensity of work load for your Master’s degree course and then only consider applying for a part-time job, since the workdload and studies for Master’s is quiet demanding.

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