3 weeks, September & October
Things to do: 
-The love affair I had with the city of Granada is one not to be rivaled. It is simply magical and the week I spent there, was one of the best in my life. 
-Have a night out eating tapas and maybe meandering to a club or bar just to wander home when the sun rises. Barcelona is a city that comes alive at night. 
-See the Sagrada da Familia andAlhambra, my experiences seeing both of them will stay with me for the rest of my life. 

-Watch your bag everywhere. I saw several people almost get pick pocketed. Keep your bag in front of you and an arm over it even if you are distracted, especially on the metro. 
-Learn the lifestyle. Adjust to going out late for dinner and sleeping in. 
-Be careful leaving personal belongings on the beach. It might not be there when you return. Also, if you want a drink while enjoying the sun, buy it before you arrive, it will be cheaper.  

2 weeks, June
Things to do: 
-Go to any of the local folk music festivals. They are a brilliant insight into the culture. 
-Learn how to cattle call, a skill you can whip out at parties.
-Stay up all night with the sun, while exploring Stockholm. 

-If you visit in the summer, bring something to block out the light so you can get some sleep. 
-If you play an instrument, bring it with you. It is a great way to connect with the locals even if they do not understand English. 
-Some of the small towns outside of Stockholm are absolutely gorgeous. Don’t discredit them just because they are off the beaten path. 

To ask me any advice or questions, contact me here. I would love to hear from you!