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Located in northern Europe, Sweden is the largest Scandinavian country. Travel here for sunny beaches, the Arctic’s rough country and the distinctive characteristics and attractions of its major cities.
The country’s capital is Stockholm, a city spread across 14 islands. Spend a few hours in medieval Gamla Stan, the Old Town. Wander through its narrow streets, lined with ancient buildings, shops and cafés, until you reach the Royal Palace. Watch the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony and explore some of the magnificent building’s rooms, including several museums.
Stroll around Skansen, an open-air museum where you can see 150 historic structures from across the country. One of the city's most intriguing historic sights is the well-preserved 17th-century Vasa warship at the Vasa Museum.
Visit Gothenburg, Sweden’s second-largest city. Learn about its past as a major shipbuilding site at the Maritime Museum that also houses an aquarium. Other popular museums include the Museum of World Culture and the Gothenburg Art Museum. Spend several hours shopping in Nordstan, one of Scandinavia’s largest shopping malls. Take a cruise or dine along the city’s picturesque canals.
In Malmö, explore the 14th-century Malmöhus Castle and stroll near the canals. Enjoy nude saunas, sunbathing and ocean swims at Varberg’s Kallbadhuset, a popular spot for more than a century.
During the winter, appreciate snow, ice and darkness in Lapland, deep inside the Arctic Circle. Go winter walking, cross-country ski or tour the area by snowmobile. Drive a team of huskies across the Arctic wilderness and try ice-karting on frozen lakes. See the northern lights and sleep in rooms made of ice and snow at the ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjärvi.
In the summer, take advantage of the country's hundreds of miles of beaches, particularly on the western coast. Thousands of lakes offer swimming and watersports.
Before you leave Sweden, embark on an island-hopping adventure. Explore some of the more than 30,000 islands of the Stockholm archipelago. On Gotland, visit the Lummelunda Cave and observe sea stacks. See evidence of prehistoric human settlements on Öland.
Located in the center of Gothenburg, right at the heart of the action. Here you can enjoy first-class accommodation and relax in a lively, international environment. We are right next to Liseberg amusement park
City-center Stockholm hotel, a 2-minute walk from Sergels Torg. The Royal Swedish Opera, the Royal Palace, and the central train station are all within walking distance.
Situated in Stockholm, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Eriksdalsbadet and within 3 mi (5 km) of The Swedish Museum of Photography and Stockholm Palace. Museum of Medieval Stockholm and Royal Swedish Opera are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Central Stockholm, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre and Stockholm City Hall. Royal Swedish Opera and Museum of Medieval Stockholm are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Jukkasjarvi, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Town Hall, Kiruna Church, and Kiruna Folkets Hus. Samegården is 12 mi (19.4 km) away.
Located in Central Stockholm, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Royal Armoury, Stockholm Palace, and Museum of Medieval Stockholm. Royal Swedish Opera and National Museum are also within 15 minutes.
The family-owned Mornington Hotel Stockholm City hotel is located in the center of Stockholm, a 10-minute walk from Humlegården Park, home of the National Library of Sweden. Bus and metro connections are an easy 3-minute walk away at Östermalmstorg Station.
Conference-goers are conveniently located next door to the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre and steps from Stockholm Central Station. When it's time to unwind, guests can walk 15 minutes to the Royal Swedish Opera, or stroll 20 minutes to the Royal Palace.