New York Times om Fårö

I söndags hade New York Times ett reserepotage om Fårö. Läs här.

Danielle Pergament fångar den exotiska själen i Fårö genom att citera Fåröbor och hon avslutar sin artikel med:

Faro is not easy to reach. From New York, fly to Stockholm;
Continental (from $570 in early November ) and SAS (from about $720) fly from Newark.
From Stockholm, take a 40-minute flight (http://www.skyways.se/ or http://www.gotlandsflyg.se/) or three-hour ferry (http://www.destinationgotland.com/) to Visby, Gotland. (To go by ferry, take a train from Stockholm Central Station to the nearby port town of Nynashamn or the bus from Stockholm City terminal, timed to match the ferry schedule). In Visby, rent a car at Mickes Car Rental (http://www.mickesbiluthyrning.se/), Avis or Europcar, and drive to Farosund on the northern tip of Gotland, about an hour. There, you can board the free ferry that crosses to Faro.

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