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Sweden

  1. 1. S w e d e n
  2. 2. • The foundation of the Kingdom The various provinces of Sweden were encompassed in a single unit around 1000, while the Corona began to have a significant influence only in the late thirteenth century.
  3. 3. Tourist Places
  4. 4. Swedish Lapland (La laponia sueca) Swedish Lapland: vast, majestic, imm aculate landscapes that extend beyond where the eye can see and the last vestige of wilderness in Europe.
  5. 5. • Smaland Smaland word may mean little land, but in reality there is nothing small about the vast and beautiful countryside east coast and islands. Småland is an ideal place to practice outdoor activities.
  6. 6. • Umeå - European capital of culture in 2014 Umeå in northern Sweden has been chosen as the European Capital of Culture in 2014 being the northernmost city to receive this distinction.
  7. 7. • The ABBA Museum in Stockholm Finally the long awaited ABBA museum to open in Stockholm. The island of Djurgården is the place chosen to collect everything related to the famous Swedish group in modern and interactive exhibition.
  8. 8. • Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmo, Swede The city of Malmö in Sweden will be the venue for the Eurovision Song Contest on May 18, 2013. So, now that you're aware of the date, start making plans to visit Sweden and enjoy the laid-back feel great Eurovision.
  9. 9. Hotels
  10. 10. • Mornington Hotel Stockholm Nybrogatan 53, Östermalm, Sto ckholm This hotel is located in the elegant district of Östermalm in Stockholm, 5 minutes walk from the vibrant Stureplan Square. Average price per night: 377.75 PEN
  11. 11. • First Hotel G Nils Ericssonsplatsen 4 The stylish First Hotel G is situated above Gothenburg Central Station, opposite the mall Nordstaden. It offers free Wi-Fi and free access to the sauna and gym. Average price per night: 375.04 PEN
  12. 12. • Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö The Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö is a 5-minute walk from Malmö Central Station and a few blocks from the main shopping streets. It offers free Wi-Fi, gym and sauna. Average price per night: 403.59 PEN
  13. 13. Restaurants
  14. 14. • Gondolen The restaurant features a large dining room with classy Swedish, and international, cuisin e, and has a very popular cocktail lounge. Price range: Gourmet
  15. 15. • Östermalm Food Hall Gorgeous food hall from the 1880s, with counters and shelves packed with the best of the finest Price range: Gourmet, Mid - price
  16. 16. • Den Gyldene Freden In a medieval basement in the Old Town you’ll find this classic restaurant. Owned by the Swedish Academy, which selects the Nobel Prize for literature.
  17. 17. • Typical dishes  Kottbullar  Kroppkakor  Raggmunk  Strömmingslådor  Gravad lax  Kall inkokt Lax  Smörgåstårta  Västerbotten
  18. 18. • Polska, dancing devil in Sweden
  19. 19. Tre Sma Gummor
  20. 20. ¡Thank you!

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