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The feeling of spring: cherry blossom in Stockholm

Hej! It is Raygo here today, and as the last snow of winter in Stockholm ended in the previous month, we have approached May, and finally, we get to feel the vibes of spring! Recently, the city has been coated with a pink spray, attracting loads of our visitors: the cherry blossom! Today, I will … Continue reading “The feeling of spring: cherry blossom in Stockholm”

Friluftsliv: living the outdoors!

Hello everybody and welcome to this new post! Finally, Spring has arrived in Stockholm and it has gifted us with two weeks of uninterrupted sunny weather (15 degrees, slight breeze, great sunsets – Summer vibes!). Therefore, the time has come to get back in contact with nature and enjoy some good outdoor life (“friluftsliv”, in … Continue reading “Friluftsliv: living the outdoors!”

Healthcare in Sweden: how to keep your pulse up?

Hey guys! You might be wondering and calculating the costs of living in Sweden. I assure you that healthcare is not as expensive as you may perceive it and let me explain how healthcare works here! Finding your way around the Swedish healthcare system The Swedish healthcare system is financed by social insurance that provides … Continue reading “Healthcare in Sweden: how to keep your pulse up?”

“Student discount survival kit”

Hey there! Are you planning to study at KTH and wondering how to live on a student budget in Stockholm and still enjoy exploring the city? I will give away some not-so-secret tips on how to do that! Imagine if you are stranded on the “deserted island of Stockholm”… Let’s search for what we have … Continue reading ““Student discount survival kit””

How close is your KTH campus?

Hey everyone! Are you wondering where your campus is located and which accommodation to choose or how to get to each campus? Today I will let to know about the distances between the campuses and the areas around them! KTH MAIN CAMPUS The main KTH campus is located in central Stockholm. This campus consists of … Continue reading “How close is your KTH campus?”