It’s the heartland of Sweden and where tradition remains king.
In its cities, you’ll enjoy excellent cultural opportunities, upscale restaurants and wonderful shopping.
Updated July 26, 2017 By Jim Ferri How does one describe a country that has given the world the Vikings as well as the Nobel Peace Prize, little Swedish meatballs as well as Absolute Vodka, Volvo as well as ABBA, IKEA and H&M and … Sweden is an incredible country often missed by those who only venture about Southern, Central or Eastern Europe.
Few other places let you experience the pleasures of nature, urban sophistication, and cultural history all in a single day.There’s also a multitude of enticing restaurants—seven with Michelin stars.What’s more, there’s also the city archipelago right on Gothenburg’s doorstep.Embedded with ten centuries of history and culture, it stands on 14 islands where the lake meets the sea.The Swedish Royal Capital is also widely known for its remarkable modernity, progressiveness and trend sensitivity.
Here you can discover quaint canals, the cobbled streets of historical Haga and many green open spaces.