10 Most Peaceful Places in Sweden

5) Tylösand Beach Tylösand is a beach located in Halmstad and is, probably, Sweden’s most popular sandy beach. It is one of those places that is sincerely loved and appreciated by both visitors and locals. Perhaps the first thing you think of when you hear the name Tylösand is the four-kilometer-long beach. It has been … Read more

10 Most Peaceful Places in Sweden

4) Smögen Smögen is one of the liveliest “summer towns” on the Swedish west coast. The town is connected to the neighboring town Kungshamn by Smögenbron (Smögen Bridge). It is also known as a well-preserved example of an old fishing village. Besides being a pretty seaside enclave, it is home to the most popular photography … Read more

10 Most Peaceful Places in Sweden

3) Rosendal Palace Rosendal Palace is a Swedish palace pavilion located on DjurgĂ„rden, an island in central Stockholm. It was built between 1823 and 1827 for King Karl XIV Johan. Rosendal Palace was largely designed by ‘Fredrik Blom’. The Queen’s Pavilion at Rosendal Palace and Guard’s Cottage remained entirely the work of Fredrik August Lidströmer. … Read more

10 Most Peaceful Places in Sweden

2) Marstrand Marstrand is a seaside locality situated in KungĂ€lv Municipality, VĂ€stra Götaland County, Sweden. The town got its name from its location on the island of Marstrand. The city had free port status, which was declared by King Gustav III. The annual sporting events held in Marstrand include the Stena Match Cup Sweden and … Read more

10 Most Peaceful Places in Sweden

1) Stockholm’s Archipelago The Stockholm Archipelago is the largest archipelago in Sweden. It is the second-largest archipelago in the ‘Baltic Sea’. The archipelago extends from Stockholm roughly 60 kilometers (37 miles) to the east. It mainly follows the coastline of the Södermanland and Uppland provinces. It is separated from Åland by a stretch of water … Read more