What do the Swedes do when summer's over?
Published: 22 Aug 2014 14:21 GMT+02:00
The heatwave is well and truly over, the days are getting shorter, and winter is coming. With this in mind, The Local's Isabela Vrba chatted to ten Stockholmers about how they plan to tackle the autumn.
Yes, autumn is around the corner, and many Swedes have already packed away their swimwear after a glorious summer.
But what now?
We chatted to ten Stockholmers and asked them how they plan to while away their summer days.
They gave us museum recommendations, cafe tips, and a little glimpse into their daily lives. Take a look.
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