Smoking in Swedish bars and restaurants has been banned since 2005. A new outdoor smoking ban in certain public places, including playgrounds and train station platforms, has taken effect since July 2019. The new ban, includes e-cigarettes.
According to “Tobaksrökning, daglig” Smoking in Sweden is at a very low prevalence; only 11% of the total Swedish population (8% of men and 10% of women) smoked daily in 2016. Around another 10% smoke occasionally.
According to the new law, the goal is to make the Scandinavian country smoke-free by 2025.
Swedish citizens may fish without a licence in public waters. Foreign citizens may fish without a licence in those waters as long as they use hand gear.
The basic rules of the Right of Public Access always apply: show consideration, don’t disturb, and don’t destroy.
Fishing is prohibited within 100 meters of stationary fishing gear, including fish farms. Fishing with nets, trolling (with or without motor), tip-up fishing and the like are not permitted without a license.
Sport fishing without a licence is allowed in certain private waters along the coasts and in Sweden’s five largest lakes—the Vänern, the Vättern, the Mälaren, the Hjälmaren and the Storsjön (in Jämtland).
The Swedish coastlines, rivers and its largest lakes, such as Vänern and Vättern, boast excellent salmon and trout fishing. Just as the waters in downtown Stockholm which are teeming with premium salmon and sea trout.
Mats Södergren from V.I.P Limousine is taking us on a very special Sightseeing Tour.
Our journey took us from Central Stockholm to see the Nordiska Museet, Swedens largest Museum of Cultural History.
From there we took if to the ABBA Museum, have some Ice Cream at Grona Lund and discover the beauty of Djurgården – The most beautiful of Stockholms 14 Islands
Yes, Stockholm consists of 14 Islands! A City in which you can catch your breath and have it taken away at the same time! A city build during the Stona Age in which its inhabitants work with the land and not against it!
Every Stockholm Guide will lead You to the Royal Palace. Build in 1967 the official residence of the Swedish Royal family.
We happened to crash into a Military Parade and took some nice Memorial Pictures.
The Royal Guards are guarding the Royal family since 1523. In fact they are the Mings very own Cavarly and Infanrty.
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The Skyview in Globen feels like Swedens answer to the London Eye or the Burj Khalifa. If you love Stockholm, then you might want to consider viewing it from 424 feet above sea level. I recently experienced Skyview with my 5 year old daughter, and she loved it, the view is truly stunning as Globen is at the heart of Södermalm. Although height is not my forte, I really enjoyed the ride which lasted for 20 minute. Overall its a memorable thing to do with a loved one and you can take amazing pictures with Stockholm as your backdrop.