DID YOU KNOW, 69% of Sweden is covered in forests? And the country boasts over 95,700 lakes? Oh, and that its capital Stockholm’s inhabitants number 850,000? Sweden is full of all-year-round surprises. Think about the snow-covered Swedish Winter, complete with the Aurora Borealis, aka Northern lights. And the spectacular Swedish Summer of rolling hills, freshwater streams and endless daylight. Each Swedish season has a distinct – and distinctly beautiful – personality.

If you’re unsure of the best time to visit Sweden – or where exactly you’d like to go – this collection of Sweden pictures will help you decide. Or it will confuse you further! For information on using these Sweden pictures to bring your creative campaigns to life, scroll through to the bottom.

Winter in Sweden:

1

Ljustern Sjö Vid Säter

Photo: Micke

2

Örnsköldsvik

Photo: Erik Jonsson

3

Kovik, Gotland

Photo: Marcus Ström

4

Northern Lights

Photo: Tommy Andersson Photgraphy

5

Stockholm

Photo: Viscount “Boy” Mulcaster

6

Brevik

Photo: Dawid Garwol

7

Are

Photo: Fred Icke

8

Sarek National Park, Lapland

Photo: FloriK

9

Sarektjåhkkå Mountain, Sarek

Photo: FloriK

Summer in Sweden:

1

Gamla Stan, Stockholm

Photo: Wayne Knoesen

2

Sarek National Park, Lapland

Photo: FloriK

3

Slite

Photo: Viscount “Boy” Mulcaster

4

Umeå

Photo: Johanna

5

Gamla Stan, Stockholm

Photo: Kevin Cho

6

Lapland

Photo: FloriK

7

Mora

Photo: Alexander Winther

8

Riddarholmen, Stockholm

Photo: Kevin Cho

9

Leksand

Photo: Alexander Winther

10

Dalarna

Photo: miko

11

Vaxholm

Photo: Wayne Knoesen

12

Stockholm

Photo: Dawid Garwol

13

Visby Hamn

Photo: Adam Kuylenstierna

14

Malmö

Photo: Jimmy Nilsson

This article was first published on EyeEm Blog and is reposted here with permission.

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