Summer Vacation

Posted by ninjagrr
Jun 02 2016

Swedish Paradis: white beaches Gotland is waiting for you! Do you dream to visit Sweden this summer? Forget Stockholm – that is the snow of yesterday. Take Sweden’s holiday destination Gotland -. All in Sweden to escape to this beautiful island from Stockholm, when the first rays of sunshine in the country can be seen, and you find the coolest and most interesting people in Gotland. This is a favorite destination for young families, friends, students and backpackers. The first rays of the Sun feel great on your skin on the white beaches of Gotland: this is the place in Sweden with the most hours of sunshine. The island Gotland in the middle of the Baltic Sea is a magical island on the East coast of Sweden. From Stockholm you can reach them quite relaxed in approximately 5 hours of direct ferry. The ride to itself worth the trip: you will enjoy the Sun and sea on the deck of a beautiful summer day.

When you reach the port of Visby, you will be surprised by this beauty. So know Scandinavia not. Visby is the best-preserved medieval city in Scandinavia, with more than 200 buildings from the middle ages, surrounded by a 4 km-long town wall. Gotland is the ultimate tourist destination in Sweden, where you can enjoy all the advantages of a city in the summer without feeling to have to put in a tourist trap. Most citizens of Sweden spend their summers on Gotland and there is enough space for everyone. Gotland is not just Beach and sea, this is also entertainment. Enjoy all the events and festivals, such as for example the medieval week from 2 to 9 August, when the whole city is covered – you’ll get the impression, to have gone into the time machine. You can visit numerous markets, music and theatre performances, and especially knights tournaments – there is always something going on in Visby in the summer! Visby has a dramatic history: it was the important centre of trade and very often it was a battleground for the Danes, Sweden, Germans, Russians, and pirates.

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