Thursday, 2 June 2016

Stockholm: The Arlanda International airport

Sweden is the Scandinavian country with thousands of coastal islands, heartland lakes, forests and mountains. All of the principle cities such as Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo are all located on the sea in this country. Being the home of royal palaces, parks, historical monuments, exotic cousins, and museums that includes open-air Skansen as well, Sweden attracts flocks of tourists each year. Stockholm is the capital city of the Sweden that surround 14 islands on the Baltic Sea. The city housed the 13th century culture in the form of the cathedral, medieval building, cobbled street, royal palace, café, restaurants and underground armory, enough to visit and admire. Stockholm has extended the water transport system for travelling through ferries and boat shuttles, driving people between these islands beneath over 50 bridges.


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