With the end of my Master in June I was looking for a new challenge in my life and decided to take part in the Swedish Classics (Svensk klassiker in Swedish). The Swedish classics is a series of sports competitions to take part in during a year. I picked the girls/women classics, which is a… Read More Vansbro Swim Event, a part of the Swedish Classics
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?
Last week we went on a study trip as Katrin wrote in the previous post and we were lucky to have the opportunity to try skiing. It was my first time this year and first time in Sweden. For some classmates it was the first time ever 🙂 Kläppen is a family ski resort in… Read More Being active #4 – Skiing in Kläppen
About a month ago I discovered an event on Facebook of Santa Run and thought it would be funny to participate. Later on, my friend Gloria told me her family was coming to Sweden and that they will all participate in the Santa Run and encouraged me to join as well. Accidentally, we have also… Read More Being active #3 – Santa Run
The cold weather is approaching and the possibility to sport outside is shrinking (without the snow). If you are a fan of workouts, yoga, spinning or just lifting weights, you will probably be looking for a gym to go to in Borlänge. Well good new! You have several to choose from! Actic Maserhallen This gym… Read More Being active # 2 – the gym
With days getting shorter and winter approaching, the opportunity to just randomly go out and play some sport is shrinking. There is no reason to be sad because there are plenty of possibilities indoors as well! The first example is the collective sports in Borlänge and Falun with DSIF. If you are interested in playing on… Read More Being Active #1 – Collective sports with DSIF