About

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Take me to Sweden is an inspiring & informative travel guide by the Belgian Heidi Vandenbussche. The website is the result of the love for Sweden and the Swedish language. Take me to Sweden is written in Dutch and English. Apart from the practical information and the absolute must sees, Take me to Sweden inspires with the real hidden gems and the coolest hotspots in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and other parts of Sweden. Quality first! At Take me to Sweden you’ll only find (hot)spots that have been visited, experienced or tested personally by the author.

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Stockholm i mitt hjärta

“Although I live in Belgium, I feel completely at home in Sweden, learned the language in three months time and I like to immerse myself in the Swedish culture. As often as I can, I plan a trip to the north. It already starts at the airport: when I hear my fellow passengers speak Swedish, a big smile appears on my face! After several trips to Stockholm and others parts of Sweden, more and more people referred to me as the Sweden expert. On Take me to Sweden I am happy to share my knowledge and passion for Sweden. There now even is a podcast The Swedest Thing (in Dutch). “

Granö Beckasin

Want to know more about Heidi? She lives in Ostend, at the Belgian coast. Heidi is a freelance PR & communication consultant and writes for several magazines. She also has a travel & lifestyle blog Living by the Sea (in Dutch) and is a scuba instructor. You can follow her on Twitter or Instagram.

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Collaborations and disclaimer

All content on this website (and any derivatives) is written with great care and passion. This takes a lot of hours, much more than you can think of. I do my best to keep all content up-to-date. If you do notice a mistake or have an addition, do not hesitate to contact me!

PS I’m not a native English speaker and although I try hard to avoid it, mistakes in English can happen. Please let me know if you notice grammar or spelling mistakes! 

Midzomer in Mora

Transparency and edit

For me, authenticity and transparency to you, my readers, is very important. Each article is written with whole my heart. Most articles come about on my own initiative, sometimes I go on press trips. If you see “Thanks to” or a comparable wording at the bottom of the article, this means that it was possible to write the article thanks to (partial) facilitation of a (tourist) organization or company, is the result of a press trip or review copies that were made available. I would also like to underline that all opinions on this website are mine (unless stated otherwise, for example with a guest blog) and cannot be purchased.

Affiliates

In some articles you can find an affiliate link. I only recommend products and services through affiliate that I fully support. These affiliate links do not affect the authenticity of this website but ensure that this website can continue to exist. If you as a reader place an order or book a service via an affiliate link, you support Take me to Sweden (because I get a tiny commission on it) while it won’t cost you a penny extra!

If affiliate links are used in the article, it always says “Affiliate” at the bottom. Paid collaborations will always be marked as such at the top of the article.

Eriksberg in de winter

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