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Must-See Swedish Cities
- Stockholm (ARN): The most popular tourist destination in Sweden and encompassing 14 islands, Stockholm is known as the ‘beauty by the water’ and boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is also one of the most populous of the Nordic countries, so there will be no shortage of things to see and do when you arrive.
- Be sure to venture over to Stockholm’s Old Town, Gamla Stan, which is one of the largest medieval city centres in Europe. The area is very pedestrian friendly and features charming, winding cobblestone streets, brightly coloured buildings and a whole host of sights and attractions. The Vasa Museum, located on the island of Djurgården, is a maritime museum and is home to the world’s only preserved 17th-century ship, after it lay on the sea bed for 333 years.
- Gothenburg (GOT): As a seaport of huge importance, this city starkly differs in architecture from the capital. A lot of Dutch-style canals and leafy boulevards characterise its charm. It’s also home to Liseberg, an amusement park that hosts a lot of concerts throughout the year. Liseberg attracts around three million visitors every year. There are forty-one exciting rides and attractions including plenty of rollercoasters, games, shops and even gardens. Perfect for kids and adults alike who are looking to get the adrenaline pumping!
- For something a little more relaxed, take a stroll around the Gothenburg Museum of Art. This extensive museum houses a fascinating range of Nordic collections dating back to the 15th century.
A true Scandinavian country, beautiful Sweden embodies minimalistic design, with different architecture in each city reflecting its respective role in history. In winter, the country is very cold, so wrap up warm and enjoy the Northern Lights. If you want to go skiing then visiting any time between December and March is perfect, as there’ll be plenty of snow! Otherwise, take in the warmth of summer alongside fun festivals and the lively sights and sounds.
Air Europa promises comfortable flights to Sweden so you can experience the best of Nordic culture after a refreshing and relaxing trip in the air. For extra convenience, you can also book your seats in advance for an affordable price.