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Tourism in Sweden
The great prosperity in the tourism sector in Sweden has turned tourism into a profitable source of income for the country, and Sweden has been able to attract tourists to it over the years as it attracts tourists who want to explore its natural landscapes from all over the world. It also receives many tourists from neighboring countries. Such as Finland, Denmark and Norway during the weekend, which enabled it to occupy the 21st place in the list of the most visited countries in the world, and the country provides a good transportation service for its visitors, which is the express train line that connects all regions of Sweden on the one hand, and to Norway Norway A, on the other hand, in addition to the airlines that provide distinguished services, and the boat service that provides the opportunity to move from Sweden to Finland, Germany, Helsinki and Rostock.
Tourist places in Sweden
Sweden contains many natural places that tourists can enjoy visiting, including:
The Stockholm Archipelago is the largest archipelago in Sweden, which is known as a group of islands. The Stockholm Archipelago is the one that oversees the Swedish capital Stockholm, allowing tourists to easily access the small islands that number to thousands, but only a few are populated, and some of these islands offer an experience Good for walking and canoeing, while other islands feature exotic hotels, fine restaurants and Scandinavian homes.
The city of Ara
Ara is famous for its world-class ski slopes, and contains a range of restaurants, shops, and other leisure options, but skiing remains the first choice for most of the city’s visitors, along with several hours or days of snow trips with professional guides.
The Vasa Museum is located on Georgetown Island and receives over a million visitors annually, and the museum has wide fame because it contains a rescue warship dating back to the seventeenth century.
Abisco National Park
The National Park offers a good opportunity to camp and watch the Northern Lights, and the Aurora Sky area on Nolga Mountain, 900 meters above sea level, is the best sightseeing spot in the world.