SWEDEN  |  Southern Sweden, Sweden Travel Guide
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Southern Sweden , Sweden


Destinations in Southern Sweden (7)

  • Blekinge, Sweden

    Blekinge, the "Garden of Sweden," has a scenic archipelago, as well as Sweden's only Baroque city and its only remaining naval base. It is of course the country's southeastern-most province, bordered on its north and east by...

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  • Dalarna, Sweden

    Dalarna is the most Swedish of Sweden's provinces. It occupies a large tract of land in central Sweden, encompassing some 11,230 sq miles (29,086 sq km), more than two-thirds of it covered with forest, extending from the...

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  • Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden

    Gothenburg is the largest city in West Sweden, second largest in Sweden, with a population of around 500,000. It is a charming city, surrounded by water, not unlike Stockholm, and crisscrossed by canals and centuries-old cobbled...

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  • Gotland, Sweden

    Gotland is an island province in East Sweden, largely unspoiled and with fabulous beaches, often referred to as the "Pearl of the Baltic" or "Queen of the Baltic." Actually, Gotland may even seem like a country unto itself, where...

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  • Scania (Skåne), Sweden

    Scania (Skåne in Swedish) is Sweden's "Castle Country," a supremely romantic destination, lavishly dotted with castles, manor houses and small churches. It is also Sweden's southernmost province, and the most densely...

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  • Småland, Sweden

    Småland is the largest of Sweden's southern provinces, comprising some 12,262 square miles (31,760 sq km). It is unmistakably Nordic in its composition, with densely forested areas of spruce and pine, interspersed with swatches...

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  • Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm is a city of style and Scandinavian cool. It has its stylish nightclubs, its cool blondes, its media moguls and high-tech innovators, and Scandinavian royalty ensconced in opulent palaces. The city itself is set on 14...

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