Archive for January, 2009

New Magic Venue In Copenhagen

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

As you approach the “Koncerthuset”, the new Concert Hall in Copenhagen a fabulous sight greets you. The blue frontage is monumental, yet airy, as if the building had been carved out of the sky. (more…)

Restaurants In Stockholm Cut Prices

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

Pamper yourself with fine dining in Stockholm at half the normal prices. The F12 restaurants will cut prices by half in order to fill their restaurant with food lovers in spite of the financial crisis. “From now on we will focus to keep the dining rooms busy with guests, the master chef and owner declares. We shall survive these difficult times and accept lower margins in order to achieve that. (more…)

Meet The Meeting Industry In Göteborg, Sweden

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Meetings@TUR Fair in Göteborg will begin Wednesday 18 March with Association Meetings Day & Corporate Meetings Day. These international programmes will cater for both domestic and international congress and business meeting buyers. (more…)

Birdwatching Sites In Skåne This Winter

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

Now is the time for exotic tour for birdwatching and nature experience. Only two weeks to go if you want to visit the most famous birdwatching area in Sweden, Måkläppen (more…)

Skåne Takes Off As Events Region

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

The Handball World Championship, new arenas and conference facilities, and a new events company are raising the temperature in a region that is already hot. (more…)

New Luxurious SPA In Stockholm

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

On the ground floor of the Burmanska Palace, right in the city center, the guests of Grand Hotel will soon have access to a gym, swimming pool and spa treatments, in an atmosphere characterized by luxurious seclusion and an unbeatable view over the waters of Strömmen and the Royal Palace. (more…)

New Trains Between Copenhagen – Göteborg

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

On 11th January 2009 regional public transport companies took over the responsibility for Öresundståg traffic in the south of Sweden. It will be easier and more comfortable since you can travel on a card or a ticket in a larger system than before, at a fixed price. (more…)

Scandinavia Improved In Flight Searches

Monday, January 12th, 2009

It will be hard to predict travel trends further on. Hitwise, the leading on-line competitive intelligence service, reveals that UK Internet searches for flights have fallen by 42% comparing with last year. There have been big falls in searches for flights to all of the most popular European holiday destinations over the last 12 months: France is down 45.4%, Spain 42.8%, Portugal 41.7% and Italy 41.2%. (more…)

Höganäs Becomes Eurocity In Sweden

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

From January 2009 the town Höganäs in south west Skåne will accept euro as the second official currency within the community. In belief that other cities in Sweden will follow, (more…)