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Stockholm Archipelago
Stockholm Archipelago
Midsummer Sun
Stockholm Archipelago

Sweden Celebrates Midsummer - the Longest Day of the Year

Going north, in mid-June, the sun doesn't set at all. This is when friends and families come together in Sweden to celebrate Midsummer with pole dancing, bonfires, and a typical Swedish fish dish. Make it at home with our easy midsummer recipe.

If you are new to these traditions, enjoy the funny midsummer video.

Midsummer Bonfire
Midsummer Dance 2

Beautiful Countryside

Stockholm Archipelago

Everybody in Sweden leaves for the countryside to celebrate Midsummer.  The celebrations start always on Friday.

A popular destination is an archipelago close to Stockholm.  Do you plan a trip for Midsummer next year? Check out this travel destination.

Stockholm Archipelago

Pickled Herring Midsummer Tradition

Pickled Herring Plate
Midsummer Pickled Herring

The traditional dish for Midsummer celebrations is pickled herring with new potatoes. You can make it easily at home with prepared pickled herring. Do you have an Ikea store in your area? They have a variety of pickled herring.  Serve it with new potatoes boiled in the skin, some butter, sliced onions, and fresh chopped dill and chives. Our tip: For dessert, serve fresh strawberries with freshly ground black pepper.

Swedish Midsummer Fun


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