Two weeks in Sweden and no idea where to start? Our Grand Tour puts you on the right track.
The vibrant heart of Sweden is one of Europe's saner capitals, with everything from style-conscious bars and restaurants to world-class museums and galleries.
Awash with students and bikes, likeable Lund boasts the country's greatest cathedral set amid its compact, cobbled centre.
Sweden's gateway to Europe, Malmö is linked by frequent trains to the Danish capital, Copenhagen, and is accordingly cosmopolitan.
Sweden's second city and Scandinavia's biggest port, handsome Gothenburg looks like Amsterdam with its canals and gabled houses.
The Swedes think of Dalarna as the most Swedish part of Sweden – all rolling hills, flower meadows and log cabins.
Charming lakeside town in the centre of the country which makes a perfect break on the long journey north.
Tucked just inside the Arctic Circle, Jokkmokk has a strong Sámi identity and is a good place to learn more about the country's indigenous population.
The most attractive of Sweden's northern cities, Luleå provides ready access to the fascinating UNESCO-listed church town at Gammelstad.
Grandiose stone architecture immediately sets Sundsvall apart from its neighbours. The biggest city in the north, it has plenty of good restaurants and bars to sample, too.