A Stunning Sunset In Stockholm

Stockholm Sweden

While serving as Sweden’s largest city and most populated urban area in Scandinavia, Stockholm’s true charm lies with the innovation bustling within the city’s over 700 year-old walls. Stockholm is one of the world’s cleanest capitals and was dubbed Europe’s first “green capital” as it cut carbon emissions by 25% per capita in under ten years and has plans to be completely free of fossil fuel use by the year 2050.

Nine Weird And Wonderful Hotels

For the average traveler, a hotel room is merely a rest stop, with the real adventure starting once you leave its comfort. But in these weird and wonderful hotels – from sea critters to freezing temperatures – trekkers don’t have to look beyond their enclosed walls for a thrill:

Weird & Wonderful Hotels: Capsule Hotel, Japan

Capsule Hotel of Japan

If you’re claustrophobic, opt against the Capsule Hotel in Japan. True to its name, the space-saving, dirt-cheap accommodation is a stack of fiberglass blocks, measuring 2m by 1m by 1.25m, with just enough room to sleep in. Despite the cost-saving, overnight solution, the hotel is fully equipped with wireless, television and communal laundry rooms.

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