Despite its humble size, this sophisticated urban culture blends masterfully with extraordinary natural beauty across Scandinavia.
The principal cities, eastern capital Stockholm and south western Gothenburg and Malmö, are all coastal. Stockholm is built on 14 islands. It has more than 50 bridges, as well as the medieval old town, Gamla Stan, royal palaces and museums such as open-air Skansen. Sweden is known for its strong pedigree in R&D programmes, where the private and public sectors often work together towards ambitious goals.
Sweden is a beautiful city with a very rich and long architectural history. Some of the oldest parts of the town date as far back as the 13th century. Houses, shops, and government buildings – all are designed in a particular way unique to Sweden.
The cities feature many well-preserved examples of medieval, Gustavian, and Swedish Grace styles of architecture. The changing seasons whether from winter to spring, summer and autumn – and back again to winter brings unique look to the cities adding to the beauty of the structures.
Speaking of the grand canvas that makes Bollywood movies breathtaking, Sweden serves the ultimate realistic dimension making the picture even larger.
Sophisticated urban culture blends masterfully with extraordinary natural beauty across scandinavia.
- Scenic Virgin Landscapes: Lakes, Mountains, Beaches.
- Classic Castles, Churches, Museums and Swedish Hotels.
- Stockholm Archipelago is made up of over 30,000 islands, islets and skerries.
- Picturesque islands with sailboats and wooden homes.
- A wide range of cafes, Bars, restaurants, shopping centres, cultural and sporting activities.
- Endless Fields and Vineyards
Film friendly country.
- Great hospitality.
- Locations available for every genre of film.
- Professional manpower.
- Strong cultural and historical backdrop.
- Affordable stay and crew management.
The changing seasons whether from winter to spring, summer and autumn and back again to winter brings a unique look to the cities adding to the beauty of the structures.