LGBT+ travel inspiration

Retail therapy in Gothenburg

Gothenburg is a shopper’s paradise. This is thanks in part to the fundamental Swedish design principles - namely: functional, good quality, ...

Stockholm is OutThere

Uwern Jong is Editor-in-Chief of OutThere travel and an calls Stockholm one of his favourite cities on earth. Here are his hot tips: On f...

Stockholm’s Design Hotels

Scandinavian design is world-renowned for its unique blend of minimalist chic with maximum cosiness (or ‘Lagom’). Furniture and interior des...

Vegetarian delights in Gothenburg

As the smaller, spunkier younger sibling to Stockholm, Gothenburg is the city making all the noise on the Swedish food scene. The innovative...

Gothenburg ahead of the Curve

Merryn Johns is Editor of Curve, a leading publication for lesbian and bi-women, based in New York. She adores Sweden and recently travelled...

Why Swedish design is good for you

My first exposure to Swedish design occurred in the dead of winter more than one hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle at ICEHOTEL. Pr...

Be a Diva in Stockholm

Roxy Bourdillon is Deputy Editor of Diva. She's super chic and loves that Stockholm matches her vibe. On food: "I’m a little bit obsesse...


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Sweden in the LGBT+ media

Vada: Europride 2018

Our journey to EuroPride kicked off with an early flight to Stockholm. This beautiful city, built on Lake Mälaren, is comprised of 14 island...

Gaydio: Stockholm, you are beautiful

Listen to Anthony Murray's broadcast about the time he came to visit Stockholm for Europride. It was refreshing to see just how much Stockho...

Couple of Men: Europride 2018

Our 13 best Gay Travel Tips for your trip to Sweden for EuroPride 2018 in Stockholm and Gothenburg – This April we put the Swedish capital S...

INTO: Guide to Stockholm

Built where lake meets sea, on fourteen islands, with eight centuries of history and culture, Stockholm is widely regarded as one of the wor...

Cosmopolitan: Travelling safe

How to stay safe when you’re LGBTQ+ and on holiday with your partner. There are 72 countries where being LGBTQ+ is illegal, and in eight of ...