49 Breathtaking postcards from Sweden

Sweden is a country filled with landscapes that are a treat to eyes, where innovation gets a new definition and people add warmth and love into the ever changing weather. I was fortunate to spend a few precious days of my life in Sweden and there was nothing to complain, only praises! I shall share more about Sweden in the coming days. Watch out for it 🙂

Unfurling my few days in Sweden with my postcard pictures. Hope you like it!

Some views from Djurgården area, Stockholm


Nordic Museum


Inside Nordic Museum


Incredibly green Djurgården




Inside Vikinglav museum

A couple of pics from Aquaria Water Museum, Stockholm



Some scenes from Skansen, Stockholm – The world’s oldest open-air museum







Vasa Museum, Stockholm – the only fully intact 17th century salvaged ship



Scenes from Takvandring Roof Top tour, Stockholm





Views as seen from M/S Östanå I Stockholm Archipelago tour







Stockholm Old town – Gamlastan







Some usual scenes in Stockholm

The only time I used my 55-300mm lens 🙂









From Hop on Hop off bus tour


Queens street, Stockholm


Royal Parade that takes place everyday in summer, when the change of Royal Guards happen.


Royal garden facing the Stockholm waterfront


Inside the Royal Palace Stockholm

The Legendary Zakir Hussain at the Stockholm Culture Festival

Opening of Stockholm Culture Festival by Zakir Hussain and flag hoisting ceremony on August 15th.

Photos of Ice Hotel, Sweden






Beautiful town of Jukkasjärvi – town where the Ice Hotel is located








Leaving you with my favourite picture from Sweden 🙂

Stockholm skyline as seen from the Queen’s street bridge

Wondering why I’m wearing an Indian Saree in many of the pics above? Then read this interesting post here.

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