16 Places Swedes Would Rather Keep to Themselves

by Michael Bonocore Dec 19, 2015

Sweden, bordering Norway and Finland, is the third-largest country in the European Union by area. But with 85% of Sweden’s 9.7 million inhabitants living in urban areas, large amounts of wilderness areas across the country attract photographers and outdoor adventurers throughout the year, even in the cold winter months.

1. Kullaberg

2. Bokskogen Forest


3. Bohuslän — West Coast

4. Arctic Circle


5. Stockholm Train Station

6. Northern Forests


7. Hallsberg

8. Solna Centrum, Stockholm


9. Gällivare, Lapland, Sweden

10. Norsborg


11. Øresund

12. Remso


13. Lapland

14. Sergels Torg, Stockholm

15. Enarsjøen, Høkensåas


16. Jamtland


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