The Oresund Bridge famous throughout the world since 1999 and several decades in the planning. The bridge is both rail and road.
Steeped in medieval history and brimming with ruined churches, the rose-entwined, walled town of Visby, on the island of Gotland.
During the winter months, skiing a sport which began in Scandinavia – is incredibly popular, and in the north of Sweden people even ski to work.
One of Sweden's most famous buildings, the Stockholm City Hall was built between 1911 and 1923, using an astonishing eight million bricks.
Often described as Sweden's greatest feat of engineering, the canal dates from the early 19th century and is 190 kilometers in length.
The hotel, with its stunning rooms and furnishings, is re-created each year in a new design, built from ice in the river Torne.
Sweden is an ideal country for anglers. Fishing is also free along the coastline and in the larger lakes, including Vanern, Vattern and Malaren.
Stockholm is often referred to as the Venice of the North and around 30,000 islands lie in Stockholm's wondrous archipelago.
Fairytale Drottningholm Palace on the island of Lovo. In the picturesque, terraced park are bronze sculptures from Bohemia and Denmark.
You can walk freely right across the entire country. A network of more than forty long-distance footpaths covers the whole of Sweden.
Gamla Stan, a small concentrated area where the city began in the middle of the 13th century. Much of the medieval enclave remains.
There are almost one hundred thousand lakes and thousands of kilometres of rivers and canals in Sweden. Rafting is best experience.
Skansen, the world's oldest open-air museum, historic village made up of houses, farmsteads all over Sweden, representing rural & urban culture.
The ship lay below the icy waters for more than three centuries until, in 1961, an incredibly ambitious salvage operation took place.