Explore its islands, and museums.
Discover why this is one of the happiest places to live.
Head north to an ice hotel and the Northern Lights.
Sweden’s high level of social equality and political participation and tech-savvy makes it a desirable place to live. High taxes provide brilliant health care, free university and a wide range of social programs, along with a minimum of five weeks annual paid vacation! Beyond its lifestyle, a Sweden vacation is loaded with new adventures. Lev livet!
Experience The Island of Faro
Fårö, an island in the Baltic Sea, has a different landscape compared to the rest of Sweden, with finer sand and a more barren landscape. And...
Experience Stone City of Sundsvall
In 1888, huge parts of Sundsvall, Sweden burned in a fire. While this was the fourth fire that Sundsvall suffered, the area rebuilt with stone to...
Experience Delsjön Mountain Biking
Near Gothenburg, you'll find Delsjön. It's a great opportunity to mix city and nature on a Swedish vacation, and doing so by bicycle is simply perfect....
Experience Baltic Cruises
Scandinavia's capitals are all located on the coast. A Baltic cruise vacation allows you to conveniently and comfortably visit great Scandinavian capitals plus other ports --...
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Did you know?
In Sweden, 52% of the energy is renewable and 99% of Sweden’s waste is recycled.
Sweden is approximately the same size as California and has 30 national parks. Two thirds of the country are forests.
Swedes are known to be charitable, and Sweden is the only country where donations make up more than 1% of total GDP.
More about travel to Sweden
Stockholm has many worthwhile activites. The cobbled streets of Gamla Stan (Old Town) are touristy but fun to explore. The Vasa Museum is fascinating, a 17th-century 64-gun warship that sunk in the harbor upon its inauguration, Skansen is an outdoor park recreating life in Old Sweden, the first such kind of museum, Millesgaden and the City Hall is worth a visit. Fotografiska is a fabulous photography museum.
Stockholm’s is an archipelago of some 3,000 islands. Get out of the city and hop a boat to explore some of the beautiful islands that are popular summer getaways for Swedes.
There is much to see outside of Stockholm, too. Gotland’s raukar are monolithic stones are a popular natural wonder to visit. Ales’ Stones are monolithic rows of stones in Scania, southern Sweden, close to Ystad and Åbo, where Absolut Vodka was born.
While Stockholm is also Sweden’s most famous eco-friendly city, Gothenburg,Greta Thunberg’s Nordic homeland, runs a close second as a top sustainable destination. Nearly 95% of all hotels are certified as environmentally friendly. 97% of public transport runs on renewable energy. The harbor uses most of its energy from wind turbines. Garbage that is not possible to recycle is burned and the heat distributed in the city”.
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