Strandvagen is an avenue of Östermalm in central Stockholm. It is close to Hamngatan Street. This is a cute street with eighteenth and nineteenth century Swedish burghers on one side, and on the other, the lake with its ships. There's a bike line and a pedestrian path by the water, as well as kiosks offering drinks and hot dogs. The idea of the boardwalk was first proposed in the mid-nineteenth century, and was finished fairly quickly, with a wide avenue planted with trees, and no tall buildings next to the water. In 1897, during the Stockholm World Exhibition, the walk was completed, and used to get to Djurgarden, where the fair was held. Now it is one of the city's most prestigious streets.
Lose yourself in this vast city street in Malmö and shop til you drop. A real positive point about this area is that it is totally pedestrian, a car can not pass along this street, not even to load or unload supplies ... Anyway I guess this is also due to the cycling culture that exists here. It is one of the oldest streets of Malmö and it has taken about 30 years to facilitate pedestrian traffic for pedestrians. Along the street as well as shops, you can find sculpture and many attractive buildings, such as the Flensburgska building dating from 1596 or a modern building called Baltzar City dating from 2002.
Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden. Truly admiring it takes several days, but I was only there for one, so we had to choose among the different sites. We went to the district of Haga, a cobbled pedestrian neighbourhood that's ideal for walking. It's also a shopping area, with antiques shops and cafes. In fact, here I found an amazing chocolate shop that left me speechless!
During our trip to Skane, in the southern region of Sweden, undoubtedly the city that I liked the best was the city of Lund. This city has a special charm and attraction for me. The main attraction is Lund Cathedral, built in the twelfth century, but the best thing about this city is walking around the streets. You seem to be in a special place, full of charm, with its cobbled streets, its perfectly decorated houses. It is a safe place from where you will leave feeling happy, and is very easy to reach, as it is well connected by rail. Be sure to see the photos I have of this wonderful place.
It was snowing hard as always happens in Sweden, but where I live in Gothenburg I get off the tram many times in the terminal in my neighbourhood of Biskopgarden but one day I realised the beauty of the snow on trees and rocks. Also that cloudy backdrop to the day threatened to continue snowing. I was carrying my 6 megapixel digital canon camera when I came up with the bright idea that landscape photography is and will continue to create a beautiful picture, I send this photograph and hope you like it. Thanks.