Reaching the Arctic Circle, Sweden is mostly covered by forest and with the longest coastline in Europe. Swedes are very attached to nature, and after the long harsh winter, enjoy spending the warmer months outdoors—swimming, hiking or visiting family and friends. A unique treat in the summer is the midnattsol (the midnight sun) when the sun is visible 24 hours a day for almost two months. Swedes are committed to sustainability, making them a global leader in organic agriculture, recycling and renewable energy.
Most teens in Sweden concerts, movies and small gatherings. It’s quite common for a bicycle to be your main form of transportation. After school and on weekends, you can meet your friends at youth centers, called fritidsgård, to play games and hang out. Sports lovers will have a great time in Sweden, playing soccer, tennis, ice hockey or going skiing.
Among the Swedish traditions, they stand out Christmas (Jul) when Swedes drink the traditional soft drink Julmust and eat pepparkakor and lussekatter as well as the mobile holidays of Fettisdagen when Swedes eat the delicious semla and Midsommar which they celebrate with particular fervour. for 2 days. Sweden has also established Höstlov – a holiday week in the Autumn as well as Sportlov – a Winter holiday week with an emphasis on winter sports!