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About Sweden

Explore a significant part of the Scandinavian region - Sweden. Boasting incredible architecture, rich history, and, most importantly - refreshing nature, Sweden is a country that should be on every travelers' bucket list. Once you're in this part of the world, it would be a shame to skip a tour of Stockholm's old town. Also known as Gamla Stan, the early part of Stockholm is included in the Unesco World Heritage Site list for a reason. After thorough exploration, head outside of the capital to discover the inspiring nature and wildlife of Sweden. Are you ready for a trip to remember?

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Birka Viking Town, Sweden

Birka is a charming old town situated on the Swedish island Bjorko, right in the middle of Lake Malaren.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Gothenburg is a clean green city situated on Sweden's western shores and is famous for world-class seafood, award-winning restaurants, and stunning coastline and archipelago.

Lulea, Sweden

Located in the Lapland region in northern Sweden, the coastal town of Lulea is one full of astonishing nature, numerous sites bustling with people and active exploring opportunities.

Malmo, Sweden

Malmo is the third largest city in Sweden and was one of the earliest and most industrialized towns of Scandinavia.

Mariefred & Gripsholm Castle

The Gripsholm Castle, which is now a museum, houses the National Portrait Gallery of Sweden. It was built in 1537 and commissioned by the Swedish king Gustav Vasa.

Sigtuna, Sweden

Sigtuna is the oldest city in Sweden, and was once the capital and religious center of the country during a certain period of time.

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is a truly vibrant city with style in its genes. It is the best place to experience the beauty, simplicity and functionality of Scandinavian design. Experience the cosmopolitan capital with 700 year old secrets.

Stockholm Cathedral, Sweden

Stockholm Cathedral is the oldest building in the city that is still in use - the first part of the Cathedral was built in 1306. It is currently the residence of the bishop of Stockholm.

Stockholm Metro, Sweden

The subway in Stockholm is unlike any other metro system in the world - more than 90 of the 100 stations feature artworks created by about 150 artists.

Stockholm Old Town, Sweden

The Old Town also called Gamla Stan is Stockholm's original city center which primarily consists of the island Stadsholmen. This part of town dates back to the 13th century.

Swedish Fika, Sweden

Need some rest after wandering through Stockholm’s beautiful Old Town and world-class museums? Then it's time for fika - a coffee drinking pause!

Vasa Museum, Stockholm, Sweden

The Vasa Museum is a maritime museum home to one of the most complete and best preserved shipwrecks in the world - the Vasa is the only seventeenth-century ship on Earth that has made it to our days.

Visby, Gotland Island, Sweden

Gotland is the largest island in the Baltic Sea which has an 800-kilometer coastline with beautiful beaches. Often called Sweden's hidden gem, the island guards Visby, its only medieval town.

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