Sweden tourist attractions
This fairytale palace is located on the Lovo Island and has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The palace is located around 11 kilometers from the Swedish capital city of Stockholm and has been the permanent residence of the Royal Family of Sweden since the 17th century.
The palace has a terraced park which incorporates several bronze sculptures from Denmark and Bohemia.
It also includes the Chinese Pavilion, Palace Theatre and the Theatre Museum.
This museum is located in Stockholm and is regarded as the most popular Swedish museum, attracting more than a million visitors each year.
The museum’s name is derived from the Vasa battleship which sank in 1628. This battleship used to be the pride of the Imperial Fleet of Sweden.
The museum holds several exhibitions, and the tickets cost around EUR 90.
Stockholm has often been tagged as the Venice of Northern Europe. Water surrounds the city and there are over 30,000 small islands which lie in the archipelago.
A water trip around the islands must be the top priority of every tourist visiting the country.
Many tours also include lunch and dinner and offer a unique view of the city from a vantage point.
This park offers some wonderful amenities which are enough to draw the attention of the tourists as well as the locals alike during the glorious months of Scandinavian summer.
The park is full of snack-bars, hotels, restaurants and traditional cafes.
In the park, you can find the Abba the Museum, Skansen Zoo as well as the famous Grona Lund amusement park.
The park is just 15 minutes away from the center of the city and there as ferries and trams too from different parts of the city that will take you to the park.
This cathedral is located in the Swedish province of Skane and is regarded as the most famous cathedral in the country.
The cathedral was founded by the Danish King called Canute IV in 1080 and is considered to be the finest and the oldest specimen of a Romanesque church in the country.
The roof of the cathedral stands on pillars made of carved stone and has several figurines of the mythical giant called Finn who is believed to have helped in constructing the cathedral.
The aisle incorporates a vast astronomical clock from the 14th century which has the figurines of the Three Kings.
Abisko National Park
This national park is also called the “Land of the Midnight Sun” as during the summer months there is 24-hour daylight in this park, and this phenomenon lasts of several weeks.
The park is widely famous for its Nordic wildlife as well as its untouched natural beauty.
It is the best place for summer hikes as well as winter adventures and if the weather permits a visit to the Aurora Sky Station is a must.