If you’re after a holiday that is a bit left-of-centre, then absolutely Visit Sweden! There’s a bit of everything here, from the cities to the seascapes, it’s impossible not to love this country. Find out more about The Curious Collection's trip around Sweden and Skåne
Skåne is well known for its food and drink. The lamb, venison, goose and shellfish are wonderful here and you can enjoy them in the restaurants, bistros, bars and cafés in Malmö, the only large city in the south. Find out where to eat and drink in Skåne
Skåne is awash (forgive the pun) with beautiful sandy and clean beaches. For goodness sake, even the city of Malmö has its own beach at Ribersborg, just a 20-minute stroll from the city centre. 2 ½ kilometres long, this beach is perfect for kids as the water is shallow and the beach is lined with lots for them (and you) to do including; play areas, barbecue spots and beach cafés. Head to the Skåne and Malmö beaches
Southern Sweden is awash with near 300 castles and gardens from various historic eras ranging from the 12th to 19th centuries. Due to their general magnificence, it’s a hard choice, but if you are near Helsingborg, breathing in the blooming, lovely rhododendrons at the opulent renaissance style Sofiero castle and gardens, is a must. And if you are bound for Kristianstad, catch an art exhibition at lakeside Wanås Castle and park.