11 Unbelievably Beautiful Places In Sweden You Must Visit

Stockholm's Gamla Stan: Stockholm's Old Town, Gamla Stan, features colorful houses, the Royal Palace, cobblestone streets, and Stortorget Square.

The High Coast:  Known for glacier development, this UNESCO site offers car, ferry, and boat views of craggy islands and cliffs.

Are:  Central Sweden's popular ski destination also offers fishing, hiking, and water sports with stunning mountain views year-round.

Gotland's Sea Stacks:  This Swedish island in the Baltic Sea features unique limestone formations, or raukar, resembling a limestone Hawaii.

Visby, Gotland:  Visby's medieval city, known for its ruins and red roofs, is a UNESCO site and the best-preserved in Scandinavia.

Lake Vanern:  Sweden's largest lake offers scenic spots, including Lacko Castle, Gota Canal access points, and recreational activities like swimming and fishing.

The King’s Trail:  Northern Sweden's trail through four national parks showcases stunning wilderness, primeval forests, and alpine lakes.

Smogen:  This west coast island and summer town boasts colorful fishermen's huts, a picturesque boardwalk, and preserved fishing village charm.

Icehotel, Jukkasjarvi:  The world's first ice hotel offers unique accommodation and art installation experiences, best visited during winter for the northern lights.

Sweden’s National Parks: Abisko National Park and others offer free entry, stunning Arctic landscapes, hiking trails, and wildlife viewing opportunities.

Royal Domain of Drottningholm:  This UNESCO site near Stockholm features a palace inspired by Versailles, a Baroque garden, and a Chinese Pavilion.