The Vasa Museum
Back on the land, but not so far from the underwater world, you can visit what was once an underwater wreck of
the famous 17th-century Swedish warship, the “Vasa”, which sunk on its maiden voyage. The Vasa was
recently recovered and restored and is now on display at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm.
Sweden has 30 awe-inspiring national parks, including the earlier-mentioned
Kosterhavet national park.
The waterfalls, mountain ranges, wildlife, and many other sightseeing attractions these parks have to offer do not
disappoint, bringing in professional photographers and everyday lovers of nature alike.
Scandinavia’s most powerful lighthouse
In the aforementioned town of Kullen, you will find the site of the oldest and most powerful lighthouse
in Scandinavia. The very same town has a thriving birdlife, making it a great location for birdwatching.
The Northern Lights
Sweden is also one of the best countries in the world to view the northern lights from — its northern regions are
easy to reach, often host the auroral oval, and have a climate that is rather mild compared to other northern
Although Sweden may not be as prestigious or well-renowned for diving as countries like Egypt, the practical diver
will find it on-par with many other famous diving places in the world. And it exclusiveness may just be a good thing,
because often your diving party will find that they have diving spots all to themselves.