Stockholm archipelago houses

Cruising in the archipelago of Stockholm is a beautiful experience. The houses on on the islands – often second or summer homes – are all exceptionally well-kept. If you don’t mind that we tourists in the big ships are passing your hide-away a couple of times every day, this is the place to be.

So now it’s time for you to choose our cruise operator: Tallink Silja or Viking Line? When on board, and if the weather is nice, go to the open top deck of the ship and enjoy the views.


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About Olli Laasanen

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4 Responses to Stockholm archipelago houses

  1. I love this nature and peace. A big difference with the hustle and bustle of a city.

  2. rigbyte says:

    We watch quite a few Swedish and other Scandinavian films. Most are very realistic, if somewhat bleak. The situation of most people is very different to the world of the people who own these houses. Some are fairly modest, others perhaps too luxurious, all show an appreciation of the beautiful environment. I wonder what proportion of the population can afford such extravagance. I would love to stay in any one of them and dive into the crystal clear water, but then I think of the temperature of the water. And the winters, and rising sea levels and… I’m such a wet blanket aren’t I? But then you too can see the downside in the tourist ships that ply the waters daily.
    Beautiful photography – Thanks. My favourite is the middle one – the only ‘square’ photo.

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