Sweden is located in the Northern region of Europe and has a landmass of 450,295 Km2.
To the East, Sweden shares a border with Finland, and Norway to the West. In 2021,
Sweden recorded a population of about 10.23 million. Sweden is well known for the
aurora borealis or the Northern lights that are especially visible in the fall or spring.
Traveling to Sweden can be done by air, road, rail, or water. When arriving by air,
the Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the largest in Sweden. It welcomed approximately 30
million visitors in 2019. There are also four other airports in Stockholm - Stockholm-Bromma
airport, Stockholm Skavsta, Stockholm Västerås Airport, and a small international airport.
You can arrive in Sweden from other Schengen countries via high-speed trains. From Oslo
in Norway to Stockholm takes about 6 hours. You can also travel to Sweden from other
countries by road. Sweden has a well-designed and maintained road network connecting it
to other Schengen zone parts. There are no checkpoints at the border, allowing people
to move freely from one country to another. From Finland, Denmark,
, and Poland, visitors can arrive by water