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About Sweden

The Kingdom of Sweden is a Nordic country located in Northern Europe. From snow-capped peaks and green forests in the north to the golden beaches and rolling hills in the south, the country has a lot to offer. Not to mention the beautiful medieval cities, an array of castles, the Northern Lights, beautiful islands, incredible art, iconic designs, friendly people, high quality of life, and the purest air you will ever breathe. In addition, Sweden also boasts one of the best healthcare systems in the world. Having high-quality specialized treatment, state-of-the-art medical centers, and highly trained medical professionals, it is no wonder that Sweden is emerging as a medical tourism destination. International medical tourists come to the country to receive a wide range of treatments, particularly neurosurgery, orthopedics, ophthalmology, and oncology. 

Popular Cities and Regions in Sweden

Although every part of Sweden is beautiful, Stockholm, the capital of the country, stands out from the rest. It is built upon numerous islands, located at the junction of the Baltic Sea and Lake Mälar. Boasting some fine museums, awe-inspiring architecture, stunning parks, fascinating culture, and vibrant nightlife, it is nearly impossible to get bored in Sweden. Here, tourists can walk around Gamla Stan(old town), tour the archipelago, go to the Swedish History Museum, visit the Vasa Museum, and explore Skansen(outdoor museum and zoo). Sweden’s second city, Gothenburg, is also one of the most charming destinations in the country and some of the most popular attractions in this city are the Botaniska Tradgarden, Skansen Kronan, the Haga, and Liseberg.

Transport in Sweden

Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the main international airport in Sweden, where most international visitors arrive. It serves numerous international flights to major cities in Europe and Asia, including Paris, London, Doha, and Bangkok. Since Sweden has one of the most efficient transport networks in Europe, getting around the country is easy. Domestic flights are the fastest way to travel, but trains are also quick and easy. The train service covers almost every corner of the country. Long-distance buses may not be as readily available as trains, but they are a little less expensive. To travel inside major cities, tourists can opt for buses, metro, commuter rails, trams, and ferries. Taxis are available as well. They are relatively inexpensive and comfortable.

Visas in Sweden

Since Sweden is a part of the Schengen Area, citizens of 62 countries, including the US and Australia, are allowed to visit and stay without a visa for up to 90 days. Citizens of other countries that are not listed in the visa-exemption agreement. However, if your medical treatment may take more than 90 days, you need to apply for a visitor’s residence permit

Weather in Sweden

Sweden has four very distinct seasons, with temperatures ranging from ice cold to pleasantly mild. Summer runs from June to August, with comfortable warm temperatures and long days. In June and July, tourists can see the midnight sun. Winter, from November to February, can be really cold with temperatures plummeting -10°C to -15°C. However, the days are very short. Spring and autumn are generally nice.

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: The Swedish krona (SEK) is the currency of Sweden. 1 USD is approximately 8.78 SEK.
  2. Money & Payments: ATMs are widely available, especially in major cities. Credit cards can be used and accepted in most businesses. Tipping is welcome, but not expected. 
  3. Local Language: The official language is Swedish, which is spoken by the vast majority of the population. English is widely spoken as well as it is taught in the education system. 
  4. Local Culture and Religion: Christianity is the largest religion in Sweden. Other religions are freely practiced as well, including Islam, Bahá'í Faith, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism, and Germanic Heathenism.
  5. Public holidays: Some of the most celebrated public holidays are Easter, Walpurgis Night, Pentecost Day, Ascension Day, National Day, and Midsummer Day, All Saints ’ Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.