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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.

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