Ready to explore a country with endless forests, colorful cottages, and yummy cinnamon buns? Time to embark on an adventure to Sweden! 🇸🇪 Dive into this Scandinavian wonderland with us!

Stockholm – City on Islands

Stockholm is Sweden’s capital, and guess what? It’s built on 14 islands!

  • Vasa Museum: Marvel at a huge ship from the 1600s that was underwater for 333 years.
  • Skansen: An open-air museum and zoo where you can see old Swedish houses and cool animals.
  • Gamla Stan: Walk around in the old part of the city with narrow cobbled streets.

Gothenburg – Coastal Fun

Gothenburg is Sweden’s second-largest city with harbors and tasty fish!

  • Liseberg: Scandinavia’s largest amusement park with thrilling rides.
  • Archipelago Tours: Take a boat and explore small islands.
  • Universeum: A big science center with rainforests, aquariums, and more.

Swedish Delights to Taste

Time to munch and sip!

  • Cinnamon Buns: Sweet and spicy, these are perfect with milk or juice.
  • Meatballs: Usually served with lingonberry jam and potatoes.
  • Blueberry Soup: Warm and sweet, perfect for colder days.

Fun Facts

  • Language: The main language is Swedish. “Hello” is “Hej” and “Thank you” is “Tack”.
  • Midsummer: A fun festival in June where everyone dances around a big flower-covered pole.
  • Dalahorse: A famous wooden horse painted in bright colors, often red.

Kiruna – Land of Snow and Lights

Up in the north, Kiruna offers chilly adventures!

  • Icehotel: A hotel made entirely of ice. Even the beds!
  • Northern Lights: If you’re lucky, you might see this magical light show in the sky.

Sweden’s Green and Blue Beauty

  • Abisko National Park: Lakes, mountains, and sometimes the Northern Lights.
  • Drottningholm Palace: Just outside Stockholm, a royal palace with lovely gardens.

Tips for Little Travelers

  • Weather: Can be chilly, especially up north. Bundle up!
  • Daylight: Just like in Norway, parts of Sweden get lots of sunlight in summer and very little in winter.
  • Friendly Folks: Swedish people might seem a bit shy at first, but they’re super friendly and helpful.