You don’t need a vacation to Stockholm, but it does have some things to know before you head there.
The weather here can be brutal.
The average temperature on the island of Gothenburg in the north is around 40 degrees Fahrenheit (12 degrees Celsius) and the average daily temperature is around 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
It can get pretty hot in Sweden.
If you plan on spending a lot of time on the city’s tourist trails, make sure you bring a good air conditioning system and plenty of sunscreen.
Sweden is not one of the world’s hot countries.
That title comes from the fact that the capital, Stockholm, and much of the surrounding country are the hottest cities in Europe, according to the BBC.
Sweden has been a big part of Europe for more than 100 years, but its tourism industry is mostly in its 30s and 40s.
In addition to its history, there’s also a strong tradition of the city as a haven for those seeking an adventure or the chance to get away from it all.
The country has seen an influx of refugees from the Middle East and Africa, many of whom have settled in Sweden’s southern regions.
The beaches here are beautiful, and it’s hard to beat seeing them from the shore.
There are plenty of good beaches, but if you’re looking for a more romantic place to relax, look no further than the Stockholm Eye boat.
The Stockholm Eye has been serving locals since 1883 and is now a popular tourist attraction.
You can buy everything from souvenirs to furniture and even some new cars for the price of a bottle of wine.
But if you do want to spend some time in a more traditional Scandinavian setting, check out the museum at Gothenberg, which displays the citys old and new museums.