How are trains in Sweden Sweden

During the night I traveled more than 1,000 kilometers of railway lines. My route looked like Vasteras - Stockholm - Lund - Katrineholm - Vasteras. During this trip, I traveled to 4eh different types of trains, of which I will tell in this post.

VASA museet - one museum exhibit in Stockholm Sweden

In Stockholm there is a remarkable museum. Huge complex very close to the city center, at a distance of less than a kilometer from the Royal Palace. The museum was built at the end of the last century, all for one exhibit. But what ...

Now I know where the edge of the earth ... Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic

Summer continues. Perhaps now is the "hay", the apogee of transport. The main work, as before Charters of the regions and the capital of the resorts of the Turkish-Greek-Montenegro and the Spanish-Egyptian direction.

Auschwitz Poland

Concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau is approximately 60 km from Krakow, near the town of Oswiecim. Auschwitz - is not only a city, but also the name of the Polish concentration camp. Concentration Camp consists of three main camps. Visit it can be with a guided tour, which lasts for about 4 hours and includes two camps: Auschwitz 1 and Auschwitz 2 (Birkenau).

A trip to the fjords Norway

My little story I call "The trip to the fjords", because it is due to the fjords we went to Norway, but as it turned out, in addition to the fjords in the country has so much more interesting. I usually do not write reports on travel, do not keep some special card index of the facts, but in this case it's different. Norway - a country in which it is impossible not to fall in love.

The Hanseatic city of Stade Germany

Stade and Buxtehude - one of those cities where you can come once or twice in warm weather. Take a walk, drink, eat something tasty and local and go back. Both are located on the left bank of the Elbe and you can reach them or paromchike, which departs from the suburbs of Hamburg Blankenese, or a detour through Elbbryuke (literally - the bridge over the Elbe) .