Top Attractions in Sweden

Known for IKEA furniture, the Nobel Prize, snowy winters and detective novels.At 450,295 square kilometers (173,860 sq mi), Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe, the third-largest country in the European Union and the fifth largest country in Europe by area.

Sweden’s coast is dotted with thousands of islands that can either be reached by car or ferry.

"Nature tourism" remains Sweden’s biggest attraction, with visitors from around the world drawn by the countries stunning nature and untouched wilderness. At the top of many travellers’ wish list is Lapland, with its unique scenery and once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as the midnight sun, the northern lights (aurora borealis), winter’s Arctic chill and a mystical silence.

Sweden, like its other Scandinavian neighbors, is still a monarchy. The royal family does not have any political power, they only perform official engagements and ceremonial duties of state.

Swedes love their coffee so much that they have dedicated a time in the afternoon for their coffee break called Fika. Fika is a relaxing time to enjoy a warm cup of coffee with a sweet snack like a Kardemummabulla (sweet cardamom bun).


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Gamla Stan, Stockholm


Ice Hotel, Jukkasjärvi


Jukkasjärvi church, Swedish Lapland


Abisko


Arctic Circle train, Kiruna

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