Perched on the shores of Lake Vänern, Läckö Castle is a stunningly well-preserved icon of West Sweden. Besides the unique lodging accommodations and lively events, the grounds are home to a producing garden and a talented crew of cooks.
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Stockholm is home to great shopping and world-class restaurants, but when it comes to the finest ingredients to feed hungry guest, chefs head west.
Like other parts of the world, Sweden’s coffee culture is more popular than ever with a huge emphasis on sustainability. Rooted in their fika tradition, take a look inside the coffee scene of West Sweden.
The classics of food are back in style and that goes for beer too. West Sweden’s craft brewery Qvänum Mat & Malt brewing traditional recipes using organic grains and favorite local flavors.
At Evert’s Boathouse in Gröndemad Per Karlsson and his brother Lars provide visitors with a chance to experience the nature and food of West Sweden.
Street food of Gothenburg is on an exciting path to feed the region’s hungry eaters who now have a variety of awesome and inexpensive local eateries to choose from.
Chef Emelie Nielsen of Norrqvarn Hotell, native to West Sweden, knows the local flavors and produce. Take a bite of her favorite pike perch recipe.
Swedish Farm Shops are an integral part of food culture in the country, specializing in a variety of organic and environmentally-friendly fare.
Created by accident in the 19th century, Västerbottensost represents a taste of the land and a delicious Swedish tradition that is impossible to match.
The provinces that make up West Sweden are Bohuslän, Dalsland and Västergötland and all three have their own distinct, regional culinary traditions. What unites them is high-quality, natural ingredients.
Lobster fishing is an exciting an unique way to experience Smögen and the waters off the west coast of Sweden.
Sweden’s West Coast boasts some of the best seafood in the world from lobsters to oysters, and of course, plenty of fish.