Sweden is split into three geographical areas divided by latitude. Stockholm, it’s capital, is in the central region Svealand. It is a beautiful city, spread out over fourteen islands between Lake M?laren and the Stockholm Archipelago seascape with its over 24.000 islands, islets and skerries.
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The Central region of Sweden is home not only to the nation?s capital, Stockholm, but also to ancient and historically distinguished cities such as Uppsala and Sigtuna.
Norrland is one of Europe’s last wildernesses, a vast, majestic landscape, with enormous expanses of untamed and breathtaking scenery, yet is close and easily accessible.
In the Lapland region in the far north of Sweden, you can find the most vast, dramatic and spectacular untamed wilderness areas that Europe has to offer.
The Sami people, Europe?s only indigenous population people live in the far north.
This southern region is more heavily populated than the other regions and is more easily and conveniently travelled.
Norrland is in northern Sweden, encompassing the traditional provinces (landskap) of G?strikland, H?lsingland, Medelpad, ?ngermanland, V?sterbotten, Norrbotten, H?rjedalen, J?mtland, and Lappland. Norrland is the largest region by area, its land area constitutes about 58 percent of Sweden's total territory. View Norrland accommodation and mini guide...