From city breaks to the magical world of Swedish Lapland, this twinkling piece of the world welcomes you to enjoy the Swedish way of life. Whether it's skiing you enjoy, or taking a walk down by the water, or even enjoying the magical northern lights, Sweden is full of exciting possibilities of discovery.
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Of the many places to visit in Sweden, Stockholm is one of the most popular. Attractions such as the Operan, the Stadshuset and the Gamla stan make a trip to Stockholm unforgettable. Stockholm is also close to another of the best places to visit in Sweden, which is Skeppsholmen Island, where you can see the most prominent feature of Sweden tourism; the Vasa Museum, which displays the remains of a wrecked ship from the 16th century.
Mölle, located on the slopes of the hill above the Kattegat Strait, is a coastal town in the province of Skane in Sweden. An active fishing village since the nineteenth century, the town residents made a fortune out of fishing and related activities. The harbour at Mölle, located on the Kattegat Strait, serves as an economic and social centre of the town and is also one of the busiest regions in the Baltic Sea. It has a population of about 700 inhabitants.
Uppsala is the fourth largest city in Sweden and is located about 70 km north of Stockholm. The city is situated amidst fertile flatlands, surrounded by lush vegetation. The beautiful Fyris River adds to the charm of this picturesque landscape. Uppsala has four distinct seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Öland Island, the second largest island in Sweden, is situated off the coast of Småland in the Baltic Sea in Kalmar County. The island is connected to the mainland by the Öland Island by the Öland Bridge. Öland was under the sea for around 10,000 years after the Ice Age and as a result, limestone and shale make up its bedrock.