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Number of flights per week7Currency
SEK
Flight Duration
8 hour 10 min
Top destinationsStockholm
Most popular airlineScandinavian AirlinesMost popular airportArlanda Airport
About Sweden

Sweden, a Northern European country located on the Scandinavian Peninsula, is a constitutional monarchy officially known as the Kingdom of Sweden. It holds the title of the largest country in Northern Europe regarding land area, ranking among the top five largest countries in Europe. Sweden shares borders with Finland and Norway and is also connected to Denmark on the opposite shore via the Öresund Bridge.
The country has a population of nearly 10 million, with a significant portion residing in major cities. The capital, Stockholm, is home to approximately 2 million people, and other major cities include Malmö and Gothenburg. Sweden has maintained its independence as a sovereign nation from the Middle Ages to this day and operates under a unitary parliamentary monarchy.
Economically, Sweden is one of Europe's and the world's most developed countries. The currency is the Swedish Krona, although you can also make payments with the Euro, especially in major cities.
Sweden's climate can be divided into three regions: the north experiences a subarctic climate, a transitional climate between polar and temperate, and the central region has a more humid continental climate. Along the coasts, oceanic influences are noticeable. Despite its northern location, Sweden does not see extremely low temperatures year-round due to the Gulf Stream ocean currents. Due to the Arctic Circle, Sweden experiences different lengths of day and night throughout the year. For instance, in the northernmost regions of Sweden, there are nights without darkness during the summer months, while in the winter, the sun does not rise. In contrast, Stockholm enjoys nearly 17 hours of daylight during the summer months.
In the summer, the average temperature in Sweden is around 25 degrees Celsius, but during the cold winter months, temperatures generally fall below 0 degrees Celsius nationwide. The best time to visit Sweden is typically between June and September when warm summer days prevail. If you plan to visit the northern regions, it is advised to avoid the colder winter months.
Sweden's economy primarily relies on advanced industries and machinery technologies, but the country is also a leader in renewable energy sources such as hydroelectric and wind power. Sweden has taken numerous steps towards banning the use of motor vehicles in the country, with a goal set for 2015.
Sweden hosts numerous festivals, fairs, and celebrations, including New Year's Eve, the colorful Swedish National Day on June 6th, and Christmas, all year round. The country also hosts significant events like the Stockholm International Jazz and Blues Festival and the Gothenburg Film Festival, attracting participants from various countries. In June, the Sweden Rally Championship brings rally enthusiasts together in Sweden.
Swedish cuisine heavily consists of fish and seafood, especially herring, salmon, and shrimp. Red meat and potato-based dishes are popular, especially in northern regions and inland. Swedish meatballs, served with boiled potatoes and gravy, are a must-try dish for visitors. You can drink wine, fruit juices, or Swedish vodka, which are distinctive to the region.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Which airlines have flights to Sweden?

Norwegian Air International organize flights to Sweden.

Which are the most popular Sweden airports?

The most popular airports in Sweden: Arlanda.

Which are the most popular Sweden cities?

Most popular Sweden cities: Stockholm.