Peace & Love is a festival in Borlänge, which takes place every summer in the beginning of July. It was already established in 1999 with the vision to spread peace and love and discuss important issues within the society. It is one of the biggest music festivals in Sweden and attracts Swedes from all over… Read More Peace & Love Festival Borlänge 2017
As a part of the accommodation series, I will introduce to you what it is like to live in Mångatan, how does it look inside, what it contains, where it is located etc. Therefore, this might be a slightly longer article. Mångatan is a part of the student housing provided by Tunabyggen. It has 3… Read More Living in Mångatan, Borlänge
Since the first students are receiving their decisions about their application at Dalarna University within the next days, we thought it is time for a post about student housing. I guess you are having myriads of questions, some of you also might be a bit afraid to leave their country or move to a city… Read More Student Housing in Borlänge
I have always loved live music, especially acoustic music. When I moved to Dublin, Ireland for half a year the love was deepend by the incredible atmosphere of Dublin’s pubs which were filled with the tones of acoustic music everyday. It is hard to explain but if you like troubadours and live music Dublin is… Read More Friday’s classic at Peace & Love café
It’s been over six months now since I’ve lived in Borlänge and as you may have read in numerous posts, you really need to push yourself and go out there to make life here fun and active! To that effect, here’s my personal list of things you must do when in Borlänge. In no particular… Read More The Borlänge Bucket List
When I told my friends I will study my Master in Sweden everyone’s reaction was mainly ‘Oh wow, but that will be so expensive!’. This might have been connected with a stereotype that Scandinavia is really expensive (in reality 3x in comparison to Czech republic) but I am sure you are wondering about the rough… Read More How much does Sweden cost?
When you first move to a new country, a few common thoughts cross everyone’s mind – the culture, the language, the people and most importantly – food! That thought process is heightened when you come from a country like India, which is rich in its food culture. I was anxious to understand what kind of… Read More Life in Sweden 102 – Grocery Shopping!