Spotlights

Destination Spotlight: Sweden

Indagare and Visit Sweden partnered to bring you this special, three-part video series that will transport you across the Scandinavian nation. In the first episode, we toured Gustav III's Pavilion, which was closed to the public and opened exclusively for the Indagare community. We then made our way up to the northern part of the country to see the exquisite Icehotel as it prepared for the winter season and mix a cocktail from the famous Ice Bar. We rounded out the Swedish experience in episode three by visiting the Stockholm archipelago for tips and tricks to make Swedish cinnamon buns.

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Virtual Tour of Gustav III’s Pavilion

It was from Gustav III’s Pavilion that King Gustav III set off for the fateful masquerade ball at the Royal Swedish Opera in March 1792. Today, his pavilion in Stockholm’s Haga Park is one of the highlights of Swedish art history and one of the finest examples of European Neoclassicism in the late 1700s in Northern Europe. Meet the museum docent as he opens the Pavilion exclusively for our audience and takes you through some of the its most exquisite interiors. You'll see prime examples of Pompeian style as well as works by period masters.

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Behind the Scenes at Sweden's Icehotel

Have you ever considered paying a visit to Sweden’s famous Icehotel? In this special, behind-the-scenes virtual tour, the Sales Manager takes you around this one-of-a-kind hotel. See how and where the extraordinary property is re-constructed each year using more than 2,000 tons of ice. From there, we prepare the ingredients for a special house cocktail, sourcing water for the recipe directly from the fresh river on site before moving inside to check out some of the ice sculpting. Plus, see a few rooms and learn what it's like to stay at this iconic hotel.

Please email productions@indagare.com for the recipe.

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Swedish Cinnamon Buns with Vaxholm Bed & Breakfast

Ever since the 1940s, cinnamon buns have been a fundamental Swedish pastry, adored by children and adults alike. Join Home Baking Society award-winner Linda Walstrom for one of her popular cinnamon bun-baking workshops—a must on any trip to Stockholm. During this session filmed live from the kitchen at Vaxholm Bed & Breakfast, Linda shares stories about the Stockholm Archipelago and Swedish baking traditions along with the tips and tricks you need to bring the flavors of Sweden - and a traditional cinnamon bun - into your baking repertoire.

Please email productions@indagare.com for the recipe.

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