Sweden is a Scandinavian nation with thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes, along with vast boreal forests and glaciated mountains. Sweden is a land of incredible contrasts, from the dense pine forests and craggy mountains of the north, to the rolling hills and glossy golden beaches of the south.  With lovely outdoors, clean air, crystal clear water, majestic lakes, thousands of acres of unspoiled forests, and invariably friendly Swedish people, Sweden is certainly a traveler’s paradise. 

Fairytale Drottningholm Palace, Nobel Museum , Malmö Castle and Vasa Museum cater tourists with a mind-boggling history from notorious Viking invaders to Royal dynasties and imperial intrigue. Stromma Boat Tours and Djurgården park with many wonderful amenities is a guaranteed draw for visitors particularly during the glorious Scandinavian summer months. Steeped in medieval history and brimming with ruined churches, the rose-entwined, walled town of Visby, on the island of Gotland, is a huge draw for visitors from around the world. 

Basic Information

Official Name: Kingdom of Sweden
Capital City: Stockholm
Time Zones: GMT+2


The Swedish Krona is the currency of Sweden.


Sweden is a country in Northern Europe on the Scandinavian Peninsula. It borders Norway to the west, Finland to the northeast and the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia to the east and south.


Swedish is the official language of Sweden and is spoken by the vast majority.


Sweden’s many lakes and the gulfs of Bothnia give Sweden generally a relatively mild climate. July temperatures in Sweden average 13 to 17°C. February is usually Sweden’s coldest month, with temperatures from – 22 to -3°C. In northern Sweden, winter temperatures often drop to -30°C, sometimes even lower.

Major Religions

Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church is the major practicing religion in Sweden. Islam is the second largest religion in Sweden. The rest of the population are either irreligious or members of other religious groups.

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