Ystad, Sweden is a charming town with Danish influence that also attracts fans of the Swedish TV series of fictional detective Kurt Wallander.
Travel in Sweden: What to See and Do in Sweden
From the cobblestoned streets of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town, to its many islands, lakes and vast open countryside, Sweden has a lot to offer travelers.
Sweden is a country in the northernmost part of Europe and is bordered by Norway to the west and north, Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund Strait. It has about 10.4 million inhabitants.
Sweden has a robust social welfare system, excellent health care, and ranks highly on measures of economic competitiveness, equality, human development, quality of life, and press freedom.
The Swedish capital Stockholm is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. There are also plenty of museums, galleries, and other cultural institutions to see. From Viking heritage to modern cities, Sweden has a lot to offer.
Life in the Arctic Circle is an adventure. Here’s what one young Ugandan couple found when they ventured to Abisko in Northern Sweden.
Summer in Sweden is something special. Here’s our list of what to see and do in Stockholm.
More than 20 major islands comprise the Gothenburg Archipelago in Sweden, a place rich with wildlife and natural beauty.
Adventure in Swedish Lapland without ever leaving your couch. See the Icehotel, dog sleds and the Northern Lights on this virtual tour of Sweden.
The Northern Lights have been fueling imaginations for millennia. Here are the best places in the world to see the incredible Northern Lights.
On the west coast of Sweden, lobster fishing is a rich tradition that visitors can experience.
Veer off the beaten cruise path to discover the often-missed treasures of the Baltic Sea — including St. Petersburg, Russia.
Yes, you can pay to walk across the rooftops of Stockholm, and the view from up top is amazing. Here’s what to expect during your Stockholm Rooftop Tour.
When the winter chill thaws, Swedes come out to play. The Land of the Midnight Sun celebrates summer in style — especially in Stockholm.
Sweden’s famous ICEHOTEL is now in its 27th season, and has a unique design each winter. Here’s why it’s so popular.
Want to try something different in Sweden? Dare to stay at one of these unique Swedish hotels.