A Road Trip to Sweden and Norway / Sweden Day 4
I spent just over two weeks road tripping through Sweden and Norway with my dad and later my mum and dad in late summer/early autumn. Scandinavia has always been one of my favourite parts in the world. I’ve spent summers in Sweden as a child, so going back now brought back some beautiful childhood memories. I love the Swedish woods, the cute colourful wooden houses, the lakes, the mellow atmosphere and sense of air.
It was my first time in Norway. I visited without any expectations at all, and was blown away, even just by the small part that we saw. I’ll note which places we visited and stopped at in each post. I hope you’ll enjoy the photos, get inspired to plan your own trip to Scandinavia, and discover some beautiful places of your own.
This is part seven of our trip, where I’ll share some pictures from our drive through the Swedish forests on our way to Gothenburg, including photos from Lake Vättern and the beautiful, quaint, colourful, traditional little town called Gränna, with its wooden houses and cobblestones. It’s known for the traditional red and white candy cones (and all sorts of other candy you can find there). We spent a couple of hours in a cute retro cafe indulging in Swedish baked goods before continuing our drive to Gothenburg.