Lund is bustling with small shops and adorable cafes where students hideaway to study and meet friends. If you have started to fall in love with the Swedish tradition of fika, then Love Coffee (Klostergatan 1L 222 22 Lund) should make it on your list of stops while in Lund. They roast their own coffee in a roastery not far from their café where you can taste all their coffees paired with tasty treats. If you prefer tea, then you should stop into Java Tea Huset (Lund Västra Mårtensgatan 8A 223 51 Lund). This cozy and cutely cluttered tea shop offers their own line of tea along with many different brands from around Sweden and the world next to cute tea sets and accessories, so you have a proper tea party. If you are traveling with a large group or you’re a solo traveler that has issues deciding on what to eat, visit Lund’s Food Hall, Saluhallen (Mårtenstorget 1 22351 Lund). Here you will be able to satisfy everyone and walk across the foodie globe in one meal. You will be offered everything from traditional Swedish to Thai. Since most Lund’s residents are students, it seems that all the retailers and restaurants try to bring them in with student discounts or very reasonably priced food, so if you are blessed with a young-looking face or have a student ID use it to your advantage! There are also a handful of really great second-hand shops offering everything from clothes to bikes. If you have the time to hunt for deals, take a peek into one of them – you may be surprised at what you find!