It’s interesting to find that each culture has their own sayings for certain things. Although they may refer to the same things, different languages and cultures often use different words.
The historic town of Ystad is located in Sweden on the southern tip of the Scandinavian peninsula. I say historic, because it’s been a settlement with origins in the late viking era.
If there’s one town where I wouldn’t mind buying a second home and retiring, it’s in the small summer resort town of Särö on the west coast of Sweden, located just south of Göteborg.
Far away from the hustle of bustle of major cities and tourist destinations, lies a small rural town called Älmhult. This is where IKEA was born in 1943, founded by Ingvar Kamprad. Did you know about their hotel?