Sweden has routes to other Scandinavian countries and across to other countries bordering the Baltic.
Divided into Norrland, central Svealand and in the south Gotaland, Sweden is a country reaching from the Arctic Circle down into the Baltic where it shares maritime borders with Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia and the smaller Baltic states, a number of which have ferry routes into Sweden.
The Norrland making up about 60% of Sweden is largely covered in forest with 15% of the country in the Arctic. The south is more highly populated is generally more agricultural with most of the larger towns and cities such as Stockholm, Malmo and Gothernburg.
Stockholm situated on an archipelago of islands is home to many beautiful buildings, parks and open water. The city’s old town or Gamla Stan is situated mainly on the island of Stadsholmen with buildings dating back to medieval times. On the island of Djurgarden is Stockholms own amusement park open through spring and summer.