1. GOTLAND ISLAND
Situated off the coast of Stockholm and in the middle of the Baltic Sea, Gotland served as an important stopping point for trading voyages during the Viking era. Today, it’s a popular summer holiday destination.
2. FOTEVIKEN MUSEUM, HÖLLVIKEN
Now here’s where you’ll get transported back in time without the help of a time machine. This reconstructed Viking-age settlement is an informative archaeological open-air museum that provides guests with an in-depth look at how the Vikings used to live.
3. AIFUR KROG & BAR, STOCKHOLM
Located in Gamla Stan (the old town of Stockholm), this Viking-themed restaurant is the place to be at if you’re looking for a gastronomic experience like no other. From its medievalthemed menu to the wrought cutleries and log table sand wooden fur-covered benches, it is no question why or how this restaurant got dining in the Viking age down to a T!
1. VISBY, GOTLAND’S MAIN TOWN WAS ONCE A VIKING SETTLEMENT. TODAY, IT’S CLASSIFIED AS ONE OF THE BEST PRESERVED MEDIEVAL HANSEATIC TOWNS IN THE REGION.