The five most beautiful places in Sweden that you can visit with your partner
Traveling as a couple is a great experience and one of the most spectacular destinations in Sweden
The five most beautiful places in Sweden that you can visit with your partner!
Sweden rich history and diverse landscape make it a traveler paradise. If you love the outdoors, it hard to beat. The air and water are crystal clear, and there are thousands of acres of pristine forests and majestic lakes to explore, not to mention the vast archipelagos along its coasts.
The roads and public transportation are excellent, the citizens are always friendly and helpful, and Swedish cuisine has recently experienced what can only be described as a revolution. Enjoy a mind- boggling history, from the infamous Viking raiders to royal dynasties and imperial intrigue, and one thing is sure: you ll never be bored.
Gamla Stan, Stockholm
Stockholm's Old Town, known as Gamla Stan, is the small, concentrated area where the city began in mid-thirteenth century. The medieval enclave is maintained, although, in true Scandinavian style, it is regularly cleaned and painted. Its charm lies in the architecture along its narrow cobbled streets and cobbled streets around its squares, especially the main square, Stortorget, lined with ancient merchants houses In this neighborhood, in addition to numerous shops, restaurants and cafes, you will find the Nobel Museum, the Postal Museum, the Royal Currency Cabinet and several churches. It is also an excellent area to stay if you can find suitable accommodations, with options including luxury boutique hotels, guesthouses, and even affordable hostels and hostels.
Vasa Museum, Stockholm
The Vasamuseet in Stockholm is Sweden's most famous museum and now attracts around a million visitors annually. More than 20 million people have visited since the museum opened in 1990, and it's not hard to see why.
In 1628, the pride of the Swedish Imperial Fleet, the 64-gun battleship Vasa, sank on her maiden cruiser trip. The ship remained under icy waters for more than three centuries until, in 1961; incredibly An ambitious rescue operation took place.
The museum caters to tourists of all nationalities; English language and audio guided tours are available. A visit to the Vasa, which has ten separate galleries and four other museum ships, is one day. There is a shop and restaurant on site for those who want to spend a whole day there.
Drottningholm Palace, Lofo
The fictional Drottningholm Palace (Drottningholms Manor), on the island of Lovö, is a UNESCO World Heritage
Heritage place. Located about 11 kilometers west of Stockholm city center (45 minutes by ferry), an excellent day trip from the capital. The palace dates back to the 17th century and is now the official building residence of the Swedish royal family.
In the picturesque terraced garden there are bronze sculptures from Bohemia and Denmark, brought as spoils of war Next, enter the Chinese Pavilion, which dates back to the late 18th century. the 18th century the palace theater (Drottningholms Slottsteater) is still used for performances during the summer months. Finally, you can see stage costumes and theater scenes at the Theater Museum.
Göta Canal from Gothenburg to Stockholm
Often described as Sweden's greatest engineering achievement, the Göta Canal dates back to early nineteenth century and are 190 kilometers long. In addition, connecting with lakes Vänern and Vättern and the Trollhätte Canal form part of a water link from Stockholm in the northeast to Gothenburg, in the southwest.
Made up of 47 bridges and 58 locks, the canal runs from Sjötorp on Lake Vänern to Söderköping on the
Baltic Sea. There is a selection of passenger cruises, or you can charter a boat and experience the canal.
Kiruna and Ice Hotel, Lapland
Kiruna in Lapland is the northernmost city in Sweden and shares the same latitude as central Greenland. This
also the main city of the largest municipality in the country, which borders Norway and Finland. The midnight
the sun appears here from mid-May to mid-July.
Originally the Lappish settlement, the town began to develop when iron ore mining began around 1900.
Unbelievably, due to subsidence caused by mining, the entire town is slowly moving northwest at the foot of Mount Lusavara.
The world's first ice hotel is located in Jukkasjärvi, about 17 kilometers from the city. the ice hotel, with its impressive rooms and furniture, it is recreated every year with a new design built from the ice of the Torne river. In summer, this is a center for rafting, stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, and canoeing. Sweden
the highest mountain, Kebnekaise, is located 90 kilometers west of Kiruna and 95 kilometers northwest of Abisko
National Park, where the Lapland Railway runs west to Narvik on the Norwegian coast.