Read about Swedish food every Friday. Photo: Camilla Degerman/Image Bank Sweden
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Below is a guide to the regular features we publish every weekday.
My Swedish Career
: Kick off the week by reading about how other cosmopolitan professionals have built up careers in Sweden. You'll find a new feature on our homepage every Monday, or why not browse some of our most popular profiles
in our jobs
section, where you can also search for your own unique opportunity in the Nordic nation.
Learn about life in a Swedish workplace by reading The Local. Photo: Lena Grandefelt/Image Bank Sweden
Property of the week:
We showcase the best in Swedish design by independently selecting our favourite apartment or hous
e on the market each week.
A previous property of the week. Photo: Fastighetsbyrån
The Local List
: What are the five strangest habits
of Swedish people? How should you prepare for a Swedish party
? Where can you find the best boutique backpackers
in Stockholm or source something fun to do when it's dark in Umeå
? (hint: that's every day during the winter). Each Wednesday we bring you a quirky list of things you never knew you needed to know about life in Sweden. You'll find a few easy-to-share bonus lists on other days of the week too.
Read about what it's like to live in Sweden every Wednesday. Photo: Martin Jakobsson/Image Bank Sweden
: From gigs to cultural exhibitions, we showcase our top handful of events taking place across Sweden each week, alongside an interactive calendar
to help you navigate through dozens of other options of things to see and do in Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm. Plus, look out for our related interviews and in-depth guides to some of the hottest tickets in town from music festivals
Stockholm's Pride, one of many big events in the Swedish capital. Photo: Lola Akinmade/Image Bank Sweden
Food writer John Duxbury
is currently sharing some of his favourite Swedish recipes with The Local. From semlor buns
and gravad lax
to the healthy cabbage rolls
Swedes eat when they're short on cash, we've already brought you some mouth watering classic dishes.
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Find out how to make Swedish snacks every Friday. Photo: Tina Stafren/Image Bank Sweden
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