Sweden tourist map
Tourist map Sweden. Sweden tourist map (Northern Europe - Europe) to print. Sweden tourist map (Northern Europe - Europe) to download. Sweden is mostly visited by tourists from neighbouring countries such as Denmark, Norway and Finland; other source countries include Germany and the United Kingdom. Sweden tourist sites include the Vasa Museum, the Millesgarden, and the World Heritage Site Drottningholm Palace Theatre; other tourist attractions include Sweden art, literature, modernism and music (e.g., ABBA) as its shown in Sweden tourist map. One tourist route is via train from southern to northern Sweden, viewing historical, natural and cultural attractions. This route is particularly popular among German tourists. According to the CIA World Factbook, Sweden is the 21st most visited country in the world, with 7,627,000 arrivals in 2006.
Tourists in Sweden north in the winter often take trips in reindeer sleighs with Sami drivers, or in dog sleighs. It is also possible to ski, with downhill resorts at Åre and Vemdalen, and there are many cross country ski tracks throughout northern Sweden as its mentioned in Sweden tourist map. Vasaloppet (in the beginning of March) is the oldest, longest and largest cross-country ski race in the world. Ice hockey is a popular sport in the winter. Many of the bays in the northern part of the country are frozen in winter, and it is possible to go ice yachting or ice skating on the ice. Many lakes are also frozen, so ice fishing (pimpelfiske) is quite common.