When you call the number, someone from Sweden who has the corresponding app on their phone will get your call.Related: Belgium’s wacky new tourism campaign lets you call a random person from Brussels In fact, if you get lucky enough, you could even reach the Swedish Prime Minister, who has reportedly been taking calls and even featured in a video for the program. To me it was natural to help draw attention to Sweden as a tourist destination.Tourism is extremely important to us and the goal is for more people to discover everything Sweden has to offer,” said Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in a statement to The
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If you live in the United States, or anywhere outside of Sweden for that matter, you may not know a whole lot about the Nordic country.
If you’re willing to learn, however, Sweden now has a phone number that you can call to be connected to a random Swede and ask questions.
The Swedish Tourism Board set up a phone number for to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Sweden becoming the first country to abolish censorship.
In the spirit of openness, the country is opening its phone lines to strangers who are curious about the country.
A guy named Arash picked up the phone, and was very willing to talk about his country.
According to Arash, if you want to visit Sweden, there are three things you should consider.
Stockholm is the best place to visit if you’re into history, but if you want to get more of a sense of today’s culture you should head to Malmo.
According to Björn Ståhl, the Creative Director at INGO Stockholm, few people are more willing to talk about their country than Swedes.
“Every time Swedish people are abroad, we like to talk about what a great country Sweden is to live in.