Füssen is a small beautiful town in Bavaria, in the district of Ostallgäu, 5 kilometres away from the Austrian border. Füssen is famous for two things. The town is known for its violinmaking industry which I did not know when I visited. Second for being the closest transportation hub for the castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, my fairytale weekend trip from munich, and that... Continue Reading →
While coming back from North of Sweden, I decided to catch the train from Kiruna instaed of Luleå as I could join my boyfriend for the returning trip. Little did I know God’s plan then 😀 So, on the day, we got busy in last minute packing and cooking some easy eats with whatever he... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, you step into a place, and you just know you want to be there, for long. It may not be the best known tourist place, but it has its own charm that grows deep on you and you fall in love with that place. Luleå is such a place for me 🙂 Luleå is... Continue Reading →
If you scroll back in my blog in Sami Village, you can see the sunny pictures of Jukkasjervi in Summer. So, it was amazing to see how everything has been turned white in Christmas time. The winter has its own beauty in this little village of Sweden. As I have the bus card, it is... Continue Reading →
My dear friends , first of all I wish you a very happy, bright, successful and peaceful new year, wherever in world you are. I know may be I am little late to say that, but I believe,there is no specific time for spreading love 😀 I am spending this new year in Swedish Lappland, one of... Continue Reading →
Train journey in Europe can be really special for travellers offering them views of many places they would not have gone individually. I have little bit experience of rail Europe, I have travelled in SBB in Switzerland, SJ in Sweden to Norway, SNCF in France , Trenitalia in Italy and most wonderful being DB Bahn... Continue Reading →
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We took a morning train from Kiruna and reached Abisko around 12 noon. There are two stations, first one is for the Abisko village and the second is Abiskoturistaion, as above where the trails of Kungsleden start. It corresponds to the national park as well. This train connects Kiruna and Narvik, and passes through Abisko.... Continue Reading →