Top 10 Things to Do in Sweden

If you're looking for things to do in Sweden, you won't be disappointed. From stunning natural scenery to world-renowned museums, there's something for everyone. Here are just a few of the many things to see and do in Sweden:

1. Visit Stockholm โ€“ The capital city of Sweden, Stockholm is a must-visit. There's plenty to see and do, from exploring the many museums and galleries to taking a boat tour around the islands.

2. See the Northern Lights โ€“ One of the most spectacular things you can see in Sweden (or anywhere in the world), the Northern Lights are a must-see. Head up north to Lapland for the best chance of seeing them.

3. Take a scenic drive โ€“ Sweden is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe. Take advantage of it by renting a car and driving through one of the many scenic routes, such as thePath of King's Highway between Gothenburg and Oslo.

4. Visit an ice hotel โ€“ There are a few ice hotels in Sweden, but the ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjรคrvi is the original and best. It's made entirely out of ice and snow, and even has an ice bar where you can enjoy a cocktail in -10ยฐC temperatures!

5. Go skiing โ€“ Skiing is hugely popular in Sweden, and with good reason. The country has some great ski resorts, which offers something for everyone, from beginners to experienced skiers.

6. Try Swedish Cinnamon Buns โ€“ A popular Swedish treat, these sweet cinnamon buns can be found in most bakeries across the country. They're best served with a cup of coffee or tea.

7. Take a ferry to Gotland โ€“ Gotland is a Swedish island located in the Baltic Sea, and it's well worth visiting for its beautiful beaches, medieval towns and rich history. To get there, you'll need to take a ferry from one of mainland Sweden's ports.

8. Go on a dog sledding adventure โ€“ One of the most unique things you can do in Sweden is go dog sledding through the snow-covered forests. It's an unforgettable experience!

9. Visit Vasa Museum โ€“ This museum is dedicated to one of Sweden's most infamous ships, The Vasa, which sank on its maiden voyage in 1628 due to design flaws. The ship has been preserved and is now on display for everyone to see.

10. Explore Uppsala Cathedral โ€“ Built in 1287, Uppsala Cathedral is one of Scandinavia's oldest and most impressive cathedrals. It's well worth taking a tour inside to explore this Gothic masterpiece up close."
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