The Rough Guide to Sweden

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Rough Guides, 2012 - Travel - 390 pages
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Let The Rough Guide to Sweden show you the very best this unspoilt country has to offer: from the style-conscious capital, Stockholm, with its magnificent archipelago, to the vast pine forests of Swedish Lapland. Spend a night in the world-famous Icehotel inside the Arctic Circle or laze on the sunny, sandy beaches of the Baltic island of Gotland - Sweden is much more than flat-pack furniture and meatballs. The Rough Guide to Sweden includes full colour pictures to inspire your travels through this vast country of forests and lakes, detailed maps to help you on your way and expert background on everything from smorgasbords to saunas. With The Rough Guide to Sweden in your hand, you'll find that Sweden offers superb value for money and is a gem waiting to be discovered - where seemingly everyone speaks perfect English.

Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Sweden.

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About the author (2012)

David Leffman is co-author of Rough Guide to Australia, China and Indonesia. James Proctor studied Icelandic at the University of Iceland.

Neil Roland grew up in the cosmopolitan jewish community of south Manchester. This was a cultured, educated and wealthy community but is destined to disappear before too long. Roland studied law but turned to writing soon after graduation. A freelance writer for The Independent on Sunday and The Sunday Times and a Rough Guide author since 1996. He is also a photographer and regularly exhibits.

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