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Nordens Ark Hotell
Nordens Ark Hotell        
Åby Säteri

Zoo with program for rearing & re-release of endangered & native species, plus a restaurant & hotel. Free Wi-Fi..
Vanadis Hotell And Bath
Vanadis Hotell And Bath Star Rating 2        
Sveavägen 142

Within Vanadislunden park, this unpretentious hotel is in the residential neighborhood of Vasastan, a 9-minute walk from the nearest metro station and 2 km from Stockholm University.Compact rooms have basic decor, Wi-Fi for a fee, and cable TVs, plus shared bathrooms in the corridor. Upgraded rooms add windows and en suite bathrooms.
Vilsta Sporthotell
Vilsta Sporthotell Star Rating 3        
Vasavägen 80

Within the Vilsta nature reserve, this riverside hotel complex is 3.2 km from the Tunavallen stadium and 3.9 km from Parken Zoo.
Vilsta Camping and Cottages
Vilsta Camping and Cottages        
Vasavagen 80

Within the Vilsta nature reserve, this riverside hotel complex is 3.2 km from the Tunavallen stadium and 3.9 km from Parken Zoo.
Akeshofs Slott
Akeshofs Slott        
Åkeshovs gårdsväg 1

Within Judarskogen Nature Preserve and a 1-minute walk from the nearest metro stop, This 17th-century castle hotel is 4 km from Drottningholm Palace and 12 km from the Vasa Museum.Elegant, individually decorated rooms have private bathrooms and garden or courtyard views, as well as free Wi-Fi and cable TV.Freebies include breakfast and parking.
Sweden Hotels Hotel Continental
Sweden Hotels Hotel Continental Star Rating 4        
Kungsgatan 5

Within a 6-minute walk from bus stops and the HSwMS Najaden Navy ship museum, this upscale hotel, in an early 1900's art nouveau building, is 7 km from the Mjellby Art Museum.Accommodations range from refined, cottage-style rooms to ornate, antiques-filled suites with fireplaces. All feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
STF Hotel Are Torg
STF Hotel Are Torg Star Rating 2        
Kabinbanevägen 22

Within 7 minutes' walk of 7 ski lifts, this relaxed ski-in/ski-out hostel in a modern building overlooking the Indalsälven river is also a 9-minute walk from Åre railway station.Straightforward dorms offer shared bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, and bunk beds with private lamps, as well as separate sitting areas with tables.Breakfast (fee) is served in high season in a casual dining room.
Elite Stadshotellet Vaxjo
Elite Stadshotellet Vaxjo Star Rating 4        
Kungsgatan 6

With views towards Växjö Lake, this upscale hotel is a 3-minute walk from Växjö Centralstation and 1 km from the medieval Växjö Cathedral.Refined rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemakers; some include sitting areas and/or minifridges. Upgraded rooms add modern decor, and some have saunas and/or lake views.
Fryksas Hotell
Fryksas Hotell Star Rating 3        

With views over Lake Orsa and Siljan, this wooden mountain hotel with ski-in access is 3 km from Orsa Grönklitt wildlife park and ski resort, 12 km from Orsa Church and 14 km from the Oreälven river.The minimalist rooms feature flat-screen TVs. Suites add extra bedrooms and living rooms with lake views; some have wooden baths, saunas and fireplaces.
Hotell Arstaviken
Hotell Arstaviken Star Rating 4        
Hjalmar Cederströms Gata 5

With views over Årstaviken lake, this polished hotel on a leafy property is 3 km from Stockholm Palace, and 5 km from both the Swedish History Museum and the Nordic Museum.Bright, modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and local art; some have lake views.A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in a casual restaurant with a lake-view terrace.
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Being the largest of the Scandinavian countries, Sweden offers you many opportunities for cultural and outdoor activities. Visit the cities and explore the country's glorious past or the life in a cosmopolitan and modern society. If you need rest from the hectic city life, just leave for the countryside, and vast forests, 90000 lakes, mountains and the beautiful sea await you.

Though on the outskirts of Europe, Sweden was never a culturally outpost. The reigning royalty often invited foreign artists to their courts and also stimulated the development of local artists. Furthermore the Swedish developed their own traditions in design, painting and architecture. Gothenburg City hall was a widely followed example of traditionalistic architecture.

The three greatest cities Stockholm , Gothenburg and Malmo display three different characters. The capital Stockholm is beautiful, hi-tech oriented and full of history. This presentday capital is surrounded by its predeccesors Uppsala , Birka , Nykoping and Sigtuna . Famous is the trip by steaming-boat across the Getting There (the Blue Ribbon of Sweden) that connects Gothenburg with Stockholm.

In the south the more industrial Gothenburg at the western "front side" of Sweden is the industrial heart of the country. The city is dominated by the large international port. Malmo in the south is cosier and has a more common touch. This city is an easy daytrip from Copenhagen in Denmark.

Sweden's great and vastly unspoiled nature is very diverse and offers you new and unexpected beautiful views every time you visit it again. The south has warm and sandy beaches, an open rural landscape with beautiful manors and patches of woods. In the central part, the coast is dominated by thousands of small islands, the skerries, consisting of more or less bare rocks carved and polished by the latest glaciation. The landscape becomes more and more dominated by the woods, spotted with many lakes and smaller agricultural areas. The further to the north you move, the more the woods take over. Skerries give you the impression of travelling through a chain of lakes all the way to the Finnish border, as you move along the coast. The rivers become greater, the forests darker, the people fewer in the north. Close to the Norwegian border, the mountains get higher and rougher. Lappland in the northwest, north of the polar circle, lets you experience the emptiness of polar tundra in alpine environment.

Sweden became rich and powerful thanks to its great natural resources, the iron ore mines in the far north and in the central part, the forestry-based industry and cheap electricity from water power. Today, the country is in the frontline of IT development and infrastructure.