It’s no surprise that Stockholm makes for an utterly romantic vacation. And thanks to Sweden’s remarkable and pioneering stance on LGBTQ+ rights and inclusion, that goes for absolutely everyone.
As an LGBTQ+ traveller, you’d be hard-pressed to find a country more welcoming towards, and inclusive of, the queer community than Sweden. The Scandinavian nation, which has recently been named the world’s safest for LGBTQ+ tourists, proudly calls itself ‘gay since 1944’, having legalised same-sex
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The astonishing edifice floating on the Swedish tundra’s Lule River is set to become the ultimate wellness escape for adventure lovers.
It is impossible to have ‘done’ Europe. Its varied landscapes, cultures and monuments provide endless opportunities to explore and find your own hidden gems beyond the ‘lions’ that visitors flock to see. Some of these you’ll have to search for, going far beyond the beaten path;