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Whenever we think of Sweden, we always imagine beautiful cities. Cities like Linkoping and Karlskrona, for example. But, there are many other great cities in Sweden, like Uppsala, Boras and Helsingborg, that you may not have heard of yet. Here are a few of them.


Located in southeast Sweden, Uppsala is a city with a history that stretches back to the Bronze Age. In fact, Uppsala is the oldest city in Sweden. It is also the home to one of the most important universities in the Nordic region.

Uppsala is located on the Fyris River, and has many historical landmarks. The most interesting sights are located on the western side of the city. The city is also bicycle-friendly.


Uppsala Cathedral is one of the city's most visited attractions. This cathedral, built in 1335, is home to a small gift shop and cafe. It also has a graveyard with elaborately carved tombstones.

Uppsala is also home to the Uppsala University, which was founded in 1477. The university was one of the first in the Nordic region. It is also home to a number of museums, including the Museum Gustavianum. The museum has a variety of collections including Egyptian and Nordic antiquities.

One of the oldest cities in Sweden, Uppsala is also one of the country's most important centers of business and education. The University's main campus is located in the western part of the city. It has many buildings spanning the period of the medieval era.

The city is a great place to visit in summer. Uppsala has an excellent public transportation system, and the city centre is within easy walking distance of most of the city's attractions. The city also has a very safe reputation.


Located in southern Sweden, Karlskrona is the capital of the Blekinge county. The town is on the southernmost archipelago of Sweden, which is made up of 33 islands. It's also home to Sweden's only active naval base.

Karlskrona is also home to Sweden's Naval Museum, which is a great place to learn about the history of the Swedish Navy. The museum's collection includes objects, photographic archives, and a library. You can also book a guided tour.

Karlskrona is also the location of the Kungsholm Fortress, which is the oldest fortress in the world. The Fortress has been guarding the city for more than 300 years. You can go on a guided tour to learn about the history and development of the Fortress.

You can also book a boat tour to enjoy the beauty of the close islands around the port. You can also find many secluded swimming spots. A ferry can take you to the islands and you can book a boat trip for a one-hour trip.

Karlskrona has a long and eventful history. The city was first built as a naval base in 1680. Its naval history has been recognised internationally.

The town is also known for its baroque architecture. Most of the buildings from this period are still standing in the city center. The main pedestrian streets are Ronnebygatan and Borgmastaregatan. These streets are filled with restaurants, shops, and cute cafes. You can also enjoy a summer picnic in the Amiralitetsparken. The park has a playground for younger kids, and a wooden figure of the old Rosenbom that came from Aland.


Located in Western Sweden, Boras is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. This city has been a centre of the textile industry for several centuries. Boras is home to a number of well known clothing and textile chains, including Parker Hannifin and Ericsson.

Boras is also home to the Boras Textile Museum, which has a large collection of functioning textile machines. The museum showcases the history of the textile industry and gives an insight into the crafts of spinning and weaving. You can also visit the Textile Fashion Center, which features contemporary fashion.


Boras is also home to a number of nature reserves. These include the Rya Asar nature reserve, which has a diverse landscape. The reserve offers a range of outdoor activities, including brisk walks and a visit to ancient settlements. The nature reserve is ten minutes north of Boras.

Boras is also home to an international school and university. The university is located in the heart of Boras. The university has a number of programmes that focus on research, education and bilingual programmes.

The university is a leading education provider, with over 11,000 students studying in Boras. Its research and educational programmes are of a high international standard.

One of the most beautiful things about Boras is the large amount of street art. The city has embraced graffiti in a controlled way. The murals can be seen in tens of metres of space, creating an impressive outdoor gallery.


Located on the west coast of Sweden, Helsingborg is a city of culture, nature and history. It is a charming coastal city on the Oresund strait, between Sweden and Denmark. Helsingborg is a major tourist destination, with a lot to offer.

The city's neo-Gothic town hall was built in the late nineteenth century. It's an iconic building. It's a good place to get a look at the city's history. The building is also home to a concert hall, theatre, and temporary exhibitions.

Helsingborg is also home to the Dunkers Kulturhus, a cultural exhibition center. It's named after local industrialist Henry Dunker. The museum is dedicated to fostering creativity in the city. It is also home to art studios for the next generation of artists.

The city has a quaint, medieval old town. The streets are wide, and the buildings blend old stone-built churches with commercial buildings.

Helsingborg is also known for its beautiful promenades. This area is a popular spot in the summer months, when the sun shines and locals and tourists stroll along. The area has a number of excellent sand beaches.

Helsingborg is also a popular destination for foodies. There's a good selection of cafes and restaurants. The city is also home to the award-winning chocolatier Chocolatte. Chocolatte uses local ingredients to create well-thought-out dishes.

Helsingborg is also the home of the Tropikariet indoor zoo. It's a popular destination for families, and features an animal-filled tropical rainforest.


Ystad is a small city on the southern coast of Sweden. It was occupied by Denmark until the 17th century. Now it is part of Skane and is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Sweden. It is a great place for sightseeing and exploring the region.

Ystad has an abundance of historic buildings. Among them are the 12th-century Grabrodraklostret monastery. The abbey is a beautiful and historic church and is open to museum visitors. It has a museum shop and herb gardens. The abbey was built by the Franciscan Munks in 1267. The Abbey underwent interior work in the 18th century.

A number of museums are also located in Ystad. The Ystad cultural history museum is a great place to visit if you are interested in learning about the city's history.

Ystad is also a great place to relax. It offers miles of beach and forests, and is also close to a number of big cities. It is also the port of entry for a ferry to Bornholm. It is also home to two big handball clubs.

In addition to the beautiful architecture, Ystad has also been the backdrop for the popular fictional character Kurt Wallander. Henning Mankell's crime novels feature Wallander as a detective who is based in the town. Several movies have been made about Wallander, and regular tours of the Wallander locations are also available.


Located in the central part of Sweden, Linkoping is a charming city that is full of historical landmarks and cultural activities. It is also home to an old castle and a medieval cathedral. There are also many museums and sports events to enjoy in Linkoping.

Linkoping is home to one of the largest universities in Sweden. It offers students a chance to study economics and business in a global environment. It also has a number of industries, including aircraft manufacturing and emerging technologies.

The city's main square, Stora Torget, is surrounded by restaurants and cafes and has hosted the famous Winter City in Lights festival. There are many other activities to enjoy in Linkoping, including horseback riding and extreme go karting.

The Swedish Air Force Museum is also a great place to visit. The museum is located about seven kilometers from the city center and offers a variety of different tours. There are special tours for children and adults. The museum also offers flight simulations and research assistance.

Linkoping is also home to one of the largest open air museums in Sweden. It is located in the city's Gamla district and shows what life was like in the 1900s. The museum has information boards and a walking trail near the river.

The Swedish glass museum is also worth a visit. It is home to a number of beautiful pieces of glass. It also has a fun science museum.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Sweden

Whether you want to visit Stockholm's museums or take a boat trip to Drottningholm, a Sweden tour will give you the chance to explore the country's heritage. Sweden is a beautiful country that boasts medieval cities, beautiful islands, and incredible art. While it isn't the cheapest country in Europe, you can still experience everything Sweden has to offer without breaking the bank.

One of the best things to do in Stockholm is to visit the Vasa Museum. This museum features the remnants of a ship that was sunk in the Stockholm harbor in 1628. Today, the ship is preserved by the cold waters of the ocean. The museum teaches visitors about the history of the Vasa ship and puts it in the context of the Golden Age of Sweden. It's also home to a professional guide who will guide you through the museum.

Another great Stockholm museum is the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. Here you can see the famous Swedish musicians and composers, and learn about the history of Swedish music. The museum also features interactive exhibits that showcase ABBA's musical works. The ticket price includes a guided tour of the museum, which is available in Swedish or English.

If you're looking to see the Northern Lights, the best time to go is late September to early March. The lights can only be seen in the northern part of Sweden. The best time to see them is from 9pm to 2am. The Northern Lights are also known as the aurora borealis.

Sweden's national parks are free to visit. Some tours of Sweden also include guided wildlife safaris, which will allow you to see moose, bear, and other animals. While most tours of Sweden are limited to two or three days, you can plan an extended trip for the most enjoyable experience.

Sweden's best asset is its natural beauty. There are many natural sites to see in Sweden, including forests, mountains, and islands. In addition, there are several medieval cities and villages. The country has one of the lowest population densities in Europe.

Stockholm is known for its beautiful parks and harbor. You can also take a guided canal tour of the city. This is a great way to see the beauty of the city without getting lost. During your tour, you'll travel along the Djurgarden Canal, which is a scenic canal that takes you through Stockholm. You'll also see the Gamla Stan (Old Town) and Storkyrkan (Coronation Church).

If you're looking to experience Stockholm's historic sites, you'll want to visit the Royal Palace. This palace is the official residence of the Swedish royal family. The palace features elaborate interiors and ornate gardens. There are also several areas that are still used as reception halls. The palace is modeled after the Palace of Versailles.

If you want to learn more about Sweden's history, you can also visit the Viking Museum. This museum displays the country's history, including the saga of Ragnfrid.

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