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Visitsweden.com is part of Sweden.se - the official portal for general information about Sweden. VisitSweden is one of five Swedish organizations with overall responsibility for providing information about Sweden to other countries. The other organisations are Invest in Sweden Agency, the Swedish Government Offices including the Foreign Ministry, the Swedish Institute and the Swedish Trade Council.
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Visitsweden.com is providing information about Sweden in following languages:
The sections Meeting Planner and Press are presented in English.
The editorial content is presented in four main categories
Where to go – The Swedish regions in a geographical presentation of Northern, Central and Southern Sweden.
Each and every county, within the specific areas, are presented by an article and linked to the Regional websites.
What to do – Contains articles about activities, sights, events etc.
Where to stay – is a presentation of the variety of accommodation in Sweden, from camping to Manor Houses.
Travel Guide – is a collection of facts a visitor to Sweden will find useful, e.g. how to travel to Sweden from a specific country, how to travel within Sweden, currency and similar practical information specific for the destination Sweden.
The top navigation contains an interactive map of Sweden, and a search-function.
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