Vasa Museum in Stockholm is the most popular museum in Sweden but now continues to draw about a million visitors each year. More than 1.5 million organizations have begun attending the museum since it opened in 1990, so it’s not hard to see.
Drottningholm Fortress on Lovö Peninsula, a World Heritage Site, is about ten kilometers from Stockholm’s city center. The castle, dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries, became the main title of the Swedish Royal Family.
Abisko National Park, Lapland
With 48 hours of sunlight lasting for many weeks, The Northern Lights Country. The park is known for its spectacular natural scenery and Nordic wildlife, and is around 77 square kilometres in area. It is a perfect location for Scandinavian winter trips and busy summer hikes.