Tours to Stockholm
As the capital of the Kingdom of Sweden, Stockholm claims to be the main city of the whole of Scandinavia. Located on the Baltic Sea, it is a major port and one of the most numerous megacities in northern Europe. Those who have chosen to spend their holidays or weekend tours to Sweden are guaranteed comfort and cleanliness in hotels, hospitality and tact of local residents and the unique northern nature - a little cold and dim, but harmonious and very positive.
History with geography
Russian travelers often choose tours to Stockholm during the Christmas and New Year holidays. The reason for this is the geographical location of Sweden. The country is located in the northern latitudes, which ensures ideal winter weather for all guests in December and January. New Year's Eve in Sweden is a real winter holiday with white snow, pleasant light frost and the opportunity to experience the charm of a warm hearth after a long walk along the Christmas streets.
The history of Stockholm dates back to the 10th century, when a fishing village appeared on the channels connecting the Swedish lakes with the Baltic. The Swedish capital became a city only by the middle of the XIII century, and in 1635 it was declared the official capital of the kingdom.
Briefly about the important
- The temperate climate and the influence of the Baltic Sea guarantee fairly mild winters and cool summers in the Swedish capital. Despite possible frosts, the thermometer never drops here too much, which allows the participants of the tours to Stockholm to carry out all the points of the planned program. In summer, residents of the city and their guests enjoy pleasant cool weather, which is conducive to walking along the city sights..
- Every year, tours to Stockholm are acquired by at least seven million travelers, and therefore the tourist infrastructure is constantly developing in the city. Hotels in the Swedish capital are open for a wide variety of tastes and material wealth, but it is difficult to call accommodation in the city too cheap.
- The international airport is located 40 kilometers north of the city, and getting from it to Stockholm Central Station is the quickest and cheapest way to take a high-speed train. Travel time does not exceed 20 minutes.
- The most convenient type of public transport in Stockholm is the subway. It connects the business and historical centers of the capital with residential areas. For participants of tours to Stockholm, it is the metro that can help to get to the main attractions and main tourist attractions.