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Wedged between Norway and the Baltic Sea, Sweden is known for its friendly locals, its excellent public transport, and a world of attractions. Its rich history has created walled medieval cities, seaside fortresses, Viking ruins and huge stone-ship settings just waiting to be discovered. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the gentle charm of the countryside with its abundance of towering snow-capped peaks, majestic lakes and vast unspoiled forests.


Experience the dynamic spirit and sophisticated beauty of Stockholm and its amazing archipelago, meet the aboriginal Sami people in the north, or experience the magnificent midnight sun and Northern Lights. Throw in a varied and distinctive culinary scene complete with exotic local dishes (try the reindeer meat and dry-cured salmon) and one thing is certain, you'll never be bored in this remarkably innovative and fascinating Nordic country.


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July is the hottest month in Stockholm with an average temperature of 18°C (64°F) and the coldest is January at -3°C (27°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in June. The wettest month is July with an average of 72mm of rain. 

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Travel Details

Flying to Sweden is possible by flying by scheduled and low-cost airlines. 



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