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Things to do in Sweden
Falum - Visit the Former home of Carl Larsson at the Carl Larsson Garden
Probably Sweden’s most well known artist Carl Larsson lived in the late 19th century and spent much of his time painting his family and scenes around his house. Those familiar with his work will recognize the interiors but there a few of his paintings in the home that he lived in. in addition to his work he is also credited with creating the concept of light and airy houses in Sweden replacing the dark traditional homes. Guided tours are available every day between May and September and Monday to Friday at other times.
Gavle - hands on fun at the Swedish Railway Museum
All aboard for a day of fun at one of the best railway museums in Europe. The Swedish Railway Museum in Gavle is a collection of railway carriages, steam engines and other items of railway stock and has been here since 1970. There are 2 yards with tracks and over 100 locomotives and 150 carriages to walk around and climb up into. The museum is closed on Mondays.
Gothenburg - family fun at the zoo and history museum in Slottsskogen Park
On a hill overlooking Gothenburg, Slottsskogen Park offers a variety of things to do including simply walking amongst the trees, inline skating or frisbee golf for the more energetic,. It also has an observatory as well as a zoo that showcases Nordic animals such as mooses and well as flamingos, sea lions and a variety of other animals. These animals are in large enclosures and are well cared. This a great day out and an excellent place for a picnic.
Gothenburg - get a thrill at Liseberg Amusement Park
There has been an amusement park at Liseberg Park since 1923 and it is continually being developed and expanded. The park is a combination of gardens and rides so there is something the whole family can enjoy. Night time tends to be more for adults as the rides are more catered towards children. Look out for shows on the main stage. Christmas is very special with over 5,000,000 bulbs around the park.
Helingborg - chill out at Sofiero Slott Castle and gardens
For a relaxing day take a gentle stroll through the gardens of Sofiero Slott Castle and take in the aromas of the various flowers that are always growing in the grounds, which were voted Europe’s most beautiful park in 2010. The castle is stunning and possibly the most famous building in southern Sweden. It dates back to 1865 and was originally the home of the Swedish Royal Family. Take time to look in each of the many rooms and admire the quality of the fittings and furnishings. Visit in June to see over 10,000 colourful Rhododendron in full bloom.
Lulea - soak up the atmosphere of the town of Gammelstad
The Church town of Gammelstad is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has a great example of a 15th century church built from stone. It is unusual in that the 424 wooden houses around the church were only used on Sundays or on festival days as it was often too far or too difficult for worshipers to travel home after the service. Walk around the site and look into the church still in its original condition.
Lund - reflect at Lund Cathedral
The altar of Lund Cathedral was consecrated back in 1123 although the cathedral itself was started some time before in around 1104 and is still the seat of the Bishop of Lund. There are 5 organs in the building and often there are choirs practicing which make the place come alive. Worth looking out for is the astronomical clock as well as the gothic altar piece. Visit down in to the crypt to see the legendary giant Finn embracing one of the columns.
Stockholm - discover swedish history at the Skansen Open Air Museum
The oldest open air museum in the world the Skansen Open-Air Museum was opened in 1891 and contains buildings from Sweden’s past. Each of the buildings, some of which date back to 1680, were carefully dismantled and then moved to the site. Entry to the park is completely free and there are plenty of places to eat or alternatively take a picnic and enjoy the views of the city. There is also a zoo to look around.
Stockholm - experience Vasa Nuseum
Take a visit to Sweden’s most popular tourist attraction and take a walk into history. The ship, built in 1628 is one of the best examples of its kind in the world. Take a walk along the gun decks and upper deck and look at the detail. The ship sank on its maiden voyage after less than a mile of sailing making it possibly the shortest maiden voyage in history. There is also a 1:10 replica of the ship in the museum.
Uppsala - tour and stroll Linnaeus Garden
The oldest botanical garden in Sweden dating back to 1655 the Linnaeus Gardens have over 1,300 species of plant growing in the grounds. Many of these plants were cultivated originally by Linnaeus back in 1745. The gardens are open Tuesday to Sunday during May to September and closed at all other times. Tours of the gardens are available on request. There is also a museum dedicated to Carl Linnaeus in the grounds of the gardens that is worth a peek and visit.
Introduction of Sweden
From sophisticated Stockholm, Sweden's capital, to the sparsely-populated wildernesses, marshes, mountains, rivers and lakes of the northernmost region, the country has much to attract tourists looking for either short breaks or longer stays. A major draw is the Viking maritime heritage, still represented in the peoples' love of the sea and boats. Attractions are diverse here, including the charming, historic capital itself - great for a weekend break, several ski resorts and even Kiruna's Esrange rocket-launching site. Outdoor and winter sport enthusiasts can enjoy skating, hiking, walking, skiing, boating, fishing, canoeing and cycling. For many visitors to the country, a major draw is the mysterious green glow of the Northern Lights, visible from the far north, as well as the wintertime Arctic night and summer midnight sun. Berry-picking in the vast forests is a unique opportunity, and the delicious Swedish berry jams and jellies make great souvenirs. Sweden hotels are located in all the major visitor destinations such as Gothenburg, Malmo, Helsingborg, 10th century Lund and the famous Christmastime family destination of Lapland.