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Statues in Stockholm | The Iron Boy

Stockholm, the capital and largest city of Sweden is a gorgeous city to visit. The Swedish capital has a great selection of public art and impressive statues. Here I introduce the statues that impressed me the most during my visit in the city.

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Utrecht on a budget | What to see and do

There are many reasons to fall in love with Utrecht! Utrecht is a lovely picturesque city in close proximity to Amsterdam just 20 minutes by train. When I first arrived in the city, I was amazed by the city’s cool vibe and the beauty of the canals.

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Park Güell | A park full of colour

 Park Güell

Park Güell is an amazing park, a total surface area of 19 hectares, open to the public offering panoramic views to the city! There is a restricted area inside the park, which has been an UNESCO heritage site since 1984, that requires paying a ticket (10€) to view the magnificent murals of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi.

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Stockholm | Amazing art in subway

The Stockholm metro is one of the most beautiful subways I have ever seen in Europe and worldwide. There are 100 stations in Stockholm, however, there are 14 stations that will grab your attention with the amazing art they display. How can you visit the art subway? By purchasing a ticket of 45 SEK valid for 75 minutes or a ticket of 130 SEK for 24 hours.

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Stockholm on a budget | What to see and do

If you are wondering if is worth visiting Stockholm, read my guide to the best budget places to visit in the Swedish capital! Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is an incredible city and very worth visiting. The picturesque city of Stockholm is built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges.

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Dublin on a budget |What to see and do

Dublin, the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Ireland is a lively city with over 700 pubs, plenty of cocktail bars and restaurants, the ninth-most densely populated European Union city and the 25th best city in the world according to the Time Out Index 2019.

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Oslo on a budget | What to see and do

Oslo, is the largest city and capital of Norway. A beautiful metropolis, with lot of greenery, surrounding parks and forests and a population of 658,390. A compact city with easy access to public transport and cyclists friendly destination. The European Commission awarded Oslo the European Green Capital title of 2019!

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Riga on a budget| What to see and do

Riga is the largest city and capital of Latvia. Latvia has been part of the Russian Empire, gained full independence in 1991 and is one of the Baltic countries along with Estonia and Lithuania. Riga a modern and beautiful metropolis, was awarded, in 2014, with the title of European Capital of Culture.

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Vilnius on a budget| What to see and so

Vilnius is the largest city and capital of Lithuania. The name of the city comes from the River Vilna. Lithuania, one of the Soviet Union Socialist Republics (USSR), achieved independence in 1991, is one of the Baltic countries along with Estonia and Latvia.

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