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A Paradise in Sweden-Scandinavia

With a population of 10 million, Sweden is the largest country on the Scandinavian Peninsula. It borders Norway and Finland, two northern European countries, and connects with Denmark via the Oresund Bridge. In addition to the capital Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö are also the most important cities. Sweden is a developed country with high living standards and one of the most economically developed countries not only in Europe but also in the world. Sweden also hosts the Nobel Prize Committee.


Sweden is the 7th richest country in the world. Sweden has an economic model based on production and exports. It is one of the world’s leading countries, especially in the field of automobiles and pharmaceuticals. The standard of living in Sweden is very high. According to the United Nations World Happiness Report (2019), Sweden is recognized as the 7th happiest country in the world.

Important cities

Stockholm, Sweden is home to a unique nightlife and the best restaurants in Northern Europe. Malmö is an important port and industrial city in the west of the country, connected to the Danish capital Copenhagen by bridges from Gothenburg and Oresund, two other important cities in Sweden. On the other hand, Västerås, the country’s industrial center, is just an hour’s drive from the beautiful city of Växjö in the center of Småland, Stockholm, Linköping University Campus and the picturesque town of Jönköping surrounded by Småland lakes. Kiruna is a mining town in Lappland and the northernmost city in Sweden, while Lulea and Umea in northern Norland are very important settlements. The country’s fourth largest universities are Uppsala and Orebro, and Sweden’s most important settlements.

Places to visit

Norrland, the sparsely populated northern part of the country, covering the provinces of Gävle, Sundsvall, Umeå and Luleå, is bordered by Norway’s forests, lakes, large rivers and high mountains, making it an ideal area for hiking and winter sports. The Swedish capital Svealand includes Stockholm, Uppsala and Dalarna, Närke, Varmland, Södermanland, Uppland and Westmanland. Consisting of ten southern provinces, including Öland and Gotland, Götaland is Sweden’s largest island in the Baltic Sea. The capital of Visby is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Sweden’s second largest island, Öland, is connected to the mainland by a bridge.

Gamla stan

The Gamla Stan area is of great importance to the people, as the construction of Stockholm at this point began in the early 1200s. Gamla Stan, which hosts the oldest part of the city, always attracts tourists. The Royal Palace and Stockholm Cathedral, which have served the country since ancient times, are also here.

Djurgarden Island

Located in the center of Stockholm, Djurgarden Island is a real attraction not only for tourists but also for locals. Every year, the island hosts various events such as yacht exhibitions, art galleries, fashion shows and operas; Djurgarden is one of the must-see places with its unique greenery.


Sweden’s most important museums are located in the capital, Stockholm. Nobel Museum, Photography, Swedish National Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Architecture, Museum of Science and Technology, Police Museum, Military Museum, Swedish History Museum, Skansen, the world’s oldest open-air museum, Vasa Museum, Nordic Museum and ABBA Museum is one of the most visited museums.

Vasa museum

The Vasa Museum, where the ship sank about 400 years ago, is considered one of the ideal routes to get acquainted with the mystical traditions and culture of Scandinavia. Considered a “unique treasure of art”, this ship fascinates with its still unresolved story


Swedish highways pass through the country to Denmark over the Oresund Bridge. Serving Stockholm with 100 stations, the Stockholm Metro is the only underground system in Sweden. Railway is the most widely used transportation system between provinces and counties. The country has three major airports, including Arlanda and Skavsta in Stockholm and Landvetter in Gothenburg, and ferry ports with ferry connections to Finland, Latvia and Poland. Sweden also has two inland ferry lines with large ships connecting Gotland to the mainland.

Swedish Cuisine

There are regional differences between the northern and southern zones of Sweden, so Swedish cuisine is also rich in interesting dishes. In the north, deer and other game meat are mainly eaten. Sweden, an island nation, is rich in seafood. In addition, Swedish meatballs, citrus jam, brown cream sauce, blueberry jam and Knackebord bread are popular foods.


Sweden is rich in festivals and has a bright shopping environment. Various souvenirs and accessories made of wood and ceramics, as well as vodka, colored sweaters and maple furniture can be included in the list.


One of the main church holidays in the country is Lutheran Easter, which embodies Buddhist traditions. The Summer Olympics, which are celebrated in Sweden during the longest days of summer, are also very entertaining. In addition, the Gothenburg Jazz Festival and the Gothenburg International Film Festival are closely watched by Europe. The Kiruna Snow Festival, Stockholm Fashion Week, Stockholm International Film Festival and the Swedish World Rally are some of the other events you can attend.

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