Sweden is a country that is well known for its weather. Even in Stockholm, the biggest city, the culture and the day to day life is based around the weather that they have. There are many things to do indoors in the bigger cities in Sweden, such as Stockholm, indoor attractions such a museums and other attractions can be quite popular at all times of the year. And there are quite a few museums in Sweden to visit as well. Whether you are in to culture, history, or art, you will find a museum that caters to your taste somewhere in Sweden.
A visit to Stockholm need not mean that you have to stay in the city – the water and the parks notwithstanding, it might feel nice to get out into the Swedish countryside where lots of interesting things are waiting for you.
Örebro, the city near the western tip of lake Hjälmaren in the region of Närke, is number six in size in Sweden with about 100.000 inhabitants. Swedish cities may be small by European (or international) standards, but they are packed with interesting things to see and to do – and Örebro is no exception.
Malmo is the capital of the province of Skane in southwestern Sweden. In the 16th century it was a major fishing port, competing with Copenhagen as Scandinavia`s most influential city. Today the city is well-known for its busy harbor, as well as for its rich architectural heritage.
Lands of fjords and the midnight sun, Scandinavia is a realm where ancient sagas spring to life, stave churches cling to hills on forlorn shorelines, and the legacy of the Vikings still lingers.