Get to know Sweden, one of the greenest countries in the world
Stockholm: You will probably begin your Sweden sightseeing adventure in Stockholm, the country's colorful and historic capital city.
Vasa Museum: An absolute must-see, the Vasa Museum in Stockholm is famous the world over for the only almost fully intact 17th-century.
Museum ships: The Vasa Museum, set on the island of Djurgården, is also known for a further four museum ships.
Skansen: To get an idea of how folk lived and worked in the 1800s, head over to Skansen open-air museum.
Living in the past: Visiting Skansen is a wonderfully immersive experience.
ABBA The Museum: Sweden's most successful musical export is honored by a museum dedicated to Agnetha, Björn, Benny, and Anni-Frid.
Gröna Lund amusement park: Djurgården is all about having fun and feeling good, and it all happens at Gröna Lund, Stockholm's funky amusement park.
Gamla Stan: For a less frenetic Stockholm experience, wander through Gamla Stan, the city's Old Town.
Nobel Prize Museum: Gamla Stan is home to a plethora of shops, boutiques, cafés, restaurants, and bars.
Stockholm City Hall: After browsing the Nobel Prize Museum, saunter over to Stockholm City Hall.
City Hall tour: A tour of the building affords entry to Blå Hallen, the Blue Hall, where the Nobel banquet is held, and the amazing Gyllene Salen.
Drottningholm Palace: Out of Stockholm about 11 km (6.5 mi) west lies the outstanding UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Drottningholm Palace.