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Pritha Manchanda Jul 28 2015

Guide To Sweden For Indian Travellers

Ria Dutta Jul 28 2015
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Thinking about travelling to Sweden? Hold on, we have something special for you!
Check out these 8 must visit places for Indian travellers in Sweden and some quick tips too. Read on!


Home of the Nobel Prize and one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, you cannot miss but visit the world’s most beautiful capital city. Stockholm is loaded with attractive tourist spots.If you want to get a dose of culture, then do visit the Vasa Museum to see the only 17century ship that has been salvaged so far. Or if you are a devout Abba fan, then Abba Museum is the place for you.


Ice Hotel

Don’t like summers? Then how about staying at the coolest place. Yes we are talking about the iconic Ice Hotel, Jukkasjärvi where you can also take the Northern Lights tours or try your hand in ice sculpting. You can even try ice fishing or simply ride a husky. Now imagine yourself sleeping in one of the weirdest hotels with so many adventures in store for you.

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Liseberg Theme Park

If you are an adrenaline junkie, then Liseberg Theme Park won’t disappoint you. And to blow away your mind, it is loaded with 42 rides for summer and over 20 for winter. The best part about the theme park is it offers you accomodation. And if you are planning to visit Sweden during the Halloween season, then this theme park has spine-chilling experiences in store for you. So do dress up and join them.

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Sarek National Park

So you love hiking? Then you cannot miss the hiking area in Sarek National Park.
Its sharp peaks and huge glaciers with birch and willow trees will leave you mesmerized. The park is home to 100 glaciers, and six of Sweden’s 13 highest peaks. Though this place is truly a wonderland, trekking here is certainly not for the weak at heart and hikers must be prepared for very rugged conditions.


Skiing in Åre

Does blistering cold sound interesting to you? Then you should try Skiing in Åre at least once in your lifetime. Don’t be surprised if you run into one or two reindeer when you ski down the long pistes. And if you are looking for a calmer experience than the cosy mountain restaurants are perfect for a long lunch.


Nobel Museum

How about gaining some knowledge? The Nobel Museum with information on more than 800 laureates is a knowledge bank through ages. There are regular activities in the museum like research, seminars, lectures and debates about current issues. You can also learn about the Nobel Prize and its founder Alfred Nobel.

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Visby – Gotland

Visby, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is Gotland’s only town and what a town it is! With red rose-covered cottages, tall towers, shady arches and ‘twisty-turny’ cobblestone streets, the town is replete with old world charm. A ferry ride will take you to this beautiful city which is a must visit when you are in Sweden.


Indian Flavours

Hungry and missing your favourite Indian food? Not to worry as we bring you three of the best Indian restaurants in Sweden. So enjoy your holiday while having home-style food.

Indian Garden
: This restaurant in Västgötagatan serves the most authentic Indian meals.

Bollywood: This restaurant in Baltzarsgatan serves delicious food and the ambience is great. Choose from tandoori to balti and vegetarian dishes; not to forget the traditional lamb, chicken and seafood curry dishes.

Chili Masala
: The first Punjabi restaurant in Stockholm, this one has been rated highly by expats. With its location in Solna, it's generally considered one of the best in Stockholm's outer suburbs.


Language Guide

Don’t know the Swedish language? No problem, here are some phrases to help you interact with people--

: Hej
Goodbye: Adjö/Hej då
Yes: Ja
No: Nej
Please: Snälla/Vänligen
Thank you: Tack
What's your name?: Vad heter du?
My name is …: Jag heter …
How much is it?: Hur mycket är den?
You are welcome: Varsågod
Excuse me (sorry): Ursäkta mig/Förlåt
Do you speak English?: Talar du engelska?
I don't understand: Jag förstår inte

*If you are wondering about the currency than INR 1 = 0.13 Swedish Krona
(July 2015)

Indian Embassy in Sweden
Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata 12,Box 1340,111 83 Stockholm.
Telephone: +46-8-107008

We hope this guide will help you to have a splendid vacation! Share this piece of 8 must visit places for Indian travellers in Sweden with others. Keep us posted. Cheers!
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