Stockholm is always worth a visit – not only on sunny days. Shopping, culture and good food are always possible even if the weather doesn’t play along. Take a look at our travel blog to find out which museums, restaurants and cafés you can visit on a rainy day in Sweden’s capital.
Our author struggles shortly before reaching her first goal of her bike tour through Scandinavia. When she finally arrives at the North Cape she is disappointed. Read how Luisa Schenke fights her way to the northernmost point of Europe in the second part of her series.
Our author set out on an adventure: a bike ride through Scandinavia. The first stage has been completed and you can catch a first glimpse into the different countries and cultures – in a very special and unique way.
Myriam Fleischmann and Thorben Dippel are product operation managers at SR Travel and responsible for the planning and employment of tour guides. During an interview they told the SRT Online Team all about the requirements and duties of a tour guide at SR Travel, as well as everything else you need to know.
Trondheim was founded in 997 under the name of Nidaros. Since then, it has been an important trade centre, royal residence and therefore the capital city of Norway. It is also the country’s religious centre and probably the most important place of pilgrimage in Northern Europe. Take a walk through town and let the vibrant history sink in.
Do you know the land of the Dala horses? Have you heard of fjords, Hurtigruten, stockfish and Falu red houses? In my blog article I would like to tell you about my trip through Scandinavia which I experienced as a tour guide.
A trip with the famous Bergen Railway from Oslo to Bergen in Norway is a very special experience. Travelling on the Bergen Railway for seven hours, we will cover a distance of 516 km, pass 20 stations and 182 tunnel with a breath taking view.