Sweden Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 76%Family Travelers
- 73%Green Travelers
- 73%Luxury Travelers
- 73%History Buffs
Member Reviews (41)
- SwedenMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Feb 04, 2014
So far north that in the summer the sun never really sets which gives the country a magical quality to it. Scandinavia has a love for design because good design is extremely important in such and extreme climate. The food in Scandinavia is really unique for Europe and has it's own delicious specialities and unique charm. The history of the strong people who came all the way up to settle this far off part of the planet is mind blowing. The hisotry of the Vikings alone is wild let alone Sweden's role in modern European history. Everything here is so clean. The cities are the cleanest I've seen and the mountain air is incredibly refreshing. Sweden is famous for it's massage and natural beauty products.
- SwedenMember ofGreen TravelersLuxury TravelersTrendsters+ 1Jan 02, 2014
Stunning city full of culture, design and class! If you do find yourself in Sweden I would highly recommend the Northern Lights - they are a must see and just out of this world! http://www.discover-the-world.co.uk/en/northern-lights/ A perfect winter adventure holiday for all ages.
- SwedenAug 06, 2012
I really LOVED the short time I spent in Stockholm. First and foremost, the people are beautiful and amazingly friendly. Swedish food is very tasty. The shopping is great. My only complaint would be the cost, it's not a cheap place to visit...it made Los Angeles look budget! But, I still loved it and hope to go back and explore more of it.
- SwedenJul 04, 2012
Sweden is an easy country for an American tourist. Most residents speak English. The country is uniformly clean and modern, good roadways and public transportation. Wonderful fresh and creative meals, even a the rest stops. Culture, history, art and outdoor activities. A welcoming people. The only negative is the amount of smoking in public places.
- SwedenJul 04, 2012
Sweden is a beautiful and highly modern country that is home to a number of historic cities and attractions. First and foremost if Stockholm. On the eastern coast of the Swedish/Norwegian peninsula, this ancient city is absolutely beautiful, sporting a historic district that looks like it hasn't aged a day in over a thousand years. Impressive cobblestone walkways, charming cafes, and a number of artistic venues make this city by far the main attraction in the nation. The countryside is sparsely populated, but the towns you do come across are modern and inviting. There are thousands and thousands of lakes in central Sweden that when not frozen oven turn this area into some of the most scenic and lush forested terrain in Europe. Lappland in the north is frigid most of the year, but it too is home to some interesting attractions including ice hotels and a great view of the northern lights. Uppsala, along the Baltic Sea, rounds out this list with another impressive historic city, helping to make Sweden a great place to enjoy a unique vacation.
- SwedenJul 03, 2012
I stayed in Southern Sweden twice in a wonderful town that is call Malmu. It is a nice city. There is a long bridge that you take, if you want to go to Denmark, which is about 30 minutes away. It is where I fly into because it so close to Malmu. I had the opportunity to travel around southern Sweden. We went to an area that had beaches to use for picnics, which we did. And the area is know for the Artist that live in the area. It happened to be a time that the Artist's were having a show. The town, the beach, and the art was so wonderful to see!
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