Top 10 Destinations in Sweden
Sweden is a travelers’ paradise, where you will find hard to beat outdoor activities, majestic lakes and unspoiled forests to play host as one of the friendliest places to visit. Excellent transport system, crystal clear water and clean air are what any tourist would love to experience.
Stockholm–Bearing witness to the sinking of the Vasa battle ship
Housing ten types of exhibitions, the Vasa Museum is one of the must places to visit in Stockholm, where the time capsule that is visited by millions of tourists from all over the world lies as a prestigious landmark of Sweden. Stockholm also holds the charm of ancient tradition and history, and the sensitivity to food and drink and fashion ad design.
Gothenburg – The city of greeneries and buzzing outdoor life
A city of quaint canals, botanical garden, biggest in Sweden housing over 16,000 species and buzzing outdoor life, make Gothenburg visit a lifetime experience. Museums, enticing restaurants in multitude, and vast areas of green spaces make up the majority of this one of the most visited cities in the world.
Drottningholm – A place of world heritage sites
Drottingholm is a city of world heritage sites that include Fairytale Drottingholm Palace on the Lovo Island and bearing a picturesque ambience, where you will find bronze sculptures, which are war trophies brought back to this city. Other historical sites include the Chinese Pavilion of the 1700s, Palace Theatre and Theatre Museum.
Malmo –The city holding an organic and strong social character
Malmo is an urban city holding an organic and strong social character, where you will love shopping with conscience and enjoy the food and drink, which is ethically produced, or even dine at organic restaurants which are acclaimed as the most popular ones in Sweden. It will be exciting shopping for the latest fashion and witness the multicultural activities.
Uppsala – The University Town with cultural significance
Home to the famous Uppsala University, the town of Uppsala boasts of a strong cultural significance, for its functional and party vibe, and for the historical buildings. You will find festivities like graduation parties and boat race for students in the early part of summer.
Helsingborg – A place of stunning beaches
Helsingborg is one of the most visited destinations in Sweden, where you will find stunning beaches, picturesque gardens at Sofiero Palace and public baths that are refreshing. There is also the Fredriksdal Open-air Museum, where you can take a stroll and witness the panoramic view of the harbor from the top.
Sigtuna – An amazing place of historical significance
Sigtuna is the first town founded way back in 980 AD, which is famous for its historical significance, with medieval churches, old buildings, rune stores and ruins that still stand as witnesses. Shop for latest fashion wear and handicrafts from boutique shops and stroll down the green landscapes which are a treat to the eyes!
Visby – The Island Town of ruined churches
Visby, the island town of Gotland holds a spectre of attractions that include large numbers of ruined churches dotted around the walled town with cobbled streets winding through the heart of the town.
Kiruna – The town of world’s first Ice-hotel
Renowned for the world’s first Ice-hotel and for the array of attractions Kiruna is a place which includes Kebnekaise, the largest mountain in Sweden and the Abisko National Park. If you are here during the period of May to mid-July, you can witness the midnight sun.
Umea – A city of 24 hours of sunshine
Warm and long summer nights and rugged countryside are among the attractions that welcome you to the city of Umea. Travelers will find endless possibilities, with sophisticated places for eating and drinking, shopping for fashionable itemsand mixing with different European cultures.