Embrace the Swedish spirit.

Open hearts, open doors, open minds.


Sweden is the nation of openness.


So open your eyes to a Scandinavian adventure.


Sweden –

sophisticated bliss

Where wilderness is sculpted by Viking history. Where cities burst with Nordic colour.

Sweden is a true Scandinavian beauty.

Swedish Lapland enchants with its great alpine peaks, vast woodlands and rural romance. In winter, the Northern Lights illuminate these spectacular lands. In summer, the midnight sun takes over.

It’s nature at its most spectacular.

My my Sweden, how can I resist you?

Spread across 14 islands, its capital, Stockholm, is one of a kind. Explore the buzzy Djurgarden district, wander through Gamla Stan or stop by the ABBA museum.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Thanks to the Gulf Stream Sweden enjoys a generally temperate climate. July is normally the warmest month with an average temperature of 22°C and January is generally the coldest with an average of -3°C.

Public Transport

Stockholm is often praised for its comfortable, efficient and safe transportation. The Stockholm public transport network is operating 24 hours a day, with special bus services covering the night and early hours.


Most airports, train stations, (free) public libraries and hotels will offer the service of computers with internet access. There are also various cafés with internet terminals in most cities.


The Swedish currency is the krone (SEK) which is divided into 100 øre. 1 SEK equals approx. 10 Euro cents/9 pence. Many shops and restaurants do accept foreign currency in cash, but it is advisable to pay in SEK.


Stockholm visitors can experience shopping in archipelago centers consisting of boathouses from the 1800s and shopping in the inner city with its exquisite blend of beautiful buildings, palaces and beautiful parks.

VAT Refunds

Citizens and residents of a country outside the EU can claim a Value Added Tax (VAT) refund when shopping in stores with “tax free shopping” signs. A minimum purchase per shop is required. When approaching the refund point, please make sure that you have the following with you: Your goods, your Global Blue tax-free form, your passport/ID.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Sweden

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  • You can leave your phrase books at home when you go to Sweden as most Swedes speak English.
  • The Stockholm underground is also known as the world’s longest art gallery, as so many of its stations are adorned with the works of different artists.
  • Stockholm is home to one of Europe’s most dynamic food scenes and Stockholm's restaurant scene is a true melting pot of flavours from around the world.
  • Every year a big amount of the road signs for moose-crossing are stolen from Swedish roads as souvenirs.
  • Sweden lies at a high latitude, which is why the biggest part of the country has very long hours of daylight in summer and very long nights in winter.
  • The Nobel Prize founder Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm in 1833.
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