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The world’s most unique hotels

Looking for a hotel that’s straight out of a fantasy? Business Destinations explores some of the world’s most unusual accommodation offerings

Luleå

Offering award-winning hotels just metres from a plethora of arctic adventures, Luleå is a compact city in northern Sweden where the majority of attractions are always just seven minutes away

Bern the midnight oil

With a raft of special events and a vibrant cultural scene, make your Swedish base at the Berns Hotel – where a feast of sophistication awaits guests for an unforgettable trip

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Where the grass is always greener

We may think of ourselves as living in an eco-conscious age, but in Sweden’s second city, Gothenburg, it’s been second nature for years. For being a truly green business Destination, the city has been named Best Eco-Tourism Destination in Europe, 2011

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Stranger than fiction

A Scandinavian crime fiction wave is infiltrating the tourist trade of Sweden, as fans of the Millennium trilogy and the Wallander series descend on Swedish cities to immerse themselves in the mystery and intrigue that define the books

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Stockholm

This 14 island metropolis is a stunning blend of modernity and antiquity. The cobbled streets of Gamla Stan Old Town are the perfect counterpoint the contemporary Jugend and Art Nouveau influences evident in the city hall and central library. Stockholm Palace is still home to the Swedish monarch and royal family, yet it’s the stunning […]

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Centre of Sweden

In 2008 the Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre generated 2.2bn Swedish kronor (£200m) in tourism revenue in the western city of Gothenburg. Business Destinations explores the centre’s lure

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Malmo’s graft and splendour

Malmo has witnessed a remarkable transformation from a centre of industry into an exciting hub of culture and art. David Neville Williams reports

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Sweden

Once a race of feared warriors and intrepid seafarers, even after the Viking legacy the Swedes became a major world power in the era that followed the Renaissance, conquering almost half the Holy Roman Empire during the seventeenth century. Today it remains a deceptively large and powerful country, but the cultured neutrality and chic sophistication […]

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