Local cuisine in Sweden is greatly influenced by the climate and location of the nation and long, cold winters have contributed to an overabundance of fish and raw meat dishes. Pickled meats, salted meats and protein-heavy meals are widespread features of the local food. However, cities like Stockholm and Gothenburg maintain to build their European, Asian and American cuisine options in recent decades. Prices in clubs are often costly, but heading out for an after-hours dance or drink is a general pastime amongst locals and tourists. Travellers are advised to bring an ID when clubbing in Sweden, as age limitations do change between 20, 23, and even 25.