The Perk of Being a Lundensian

With only 25.75 km² area, Lund is indeed small compare to other cities in Sweden. You can explore the city in three days and you would have literally been everywhere 😄. The city is also bit quiet as the population is just around 90.000 inhabitants and much lesser on July to August, because most of them…

5 Apps You Should Have When in Sweden*

When it comes to technology, Sweden is among the top countries to make the most of it. No wonder the country is getting more and more tech savvy every day. Therefore, acting like the real millennial generation (who relies on mobile application quite a lot) is one of the reasonable options when living in Sweden….

What to Expect the First Year (in Sweden)*

People say the first year of everything is actually the hardest. What about the first year living in Sweden? Well, it’s not easy, I must say. But, if you know what to expect, you will know how to deal with that. Bureaucracy Welcome to Sweden! First thing first: get your personnumer and your Swedish ID…

New Kid on The Block*

I can still remember, vividly, the first moment when I got off from Öresundtåg at Lund’s Central Station. The cold winter air was slapping on my face like waking me up from a long dream, and I whispered excitedly to myself: “Okay, this is real.” But then, I stepped out outside the station and that…

10 Things You Should Know About Lund

1. Lund is one of the oldest cities in Sweden, which can be traced back to Uppåkra settlement in around 100 BC. 2. Lund (and also other parts of Skåne) was once part of Denmark before the Treaty of Roskilde was signed in 1658. 3. Famous as a Christian town at that time, Lund used…