The modernized Europe‘s country Sweden is a land of rich natural resources and cherished prehistoric treasure. Today’s Sweden is celebrated for the co-existence of old heritage and new fortunes. Swedish people have magnificently preserved their cultural heritages and historical buildings. A trip to Sweden by cheap flights to Sweden can not be complete without tour to the World Heritage Sites in the country. Sweden is home to about 12 World Heritage Sites.
Royal Domain of Drottningholm is placed on an island close to Lake Malar in the premises of Stockholm. The imperial residence includes a castle, theater, Chinese pergola and gardens. The enthusiast tourists taking the flights to Sweden frequently visit the place.
Gulf of Bothnia is a northern annex of the Baltic Sea positioned on the west shore of the country. The High coast is shaped because of the run away of glacier and elevating of land from the sea. The last run away occurred here for more than 9,600 years ago.
The Rock Carvings in Tanum portray various sketches including humans, animals, weapons and various features of human life. However, some of them are unreadable. Various researchers and archaeologists take the cheap flights to Sweden to make futher research on these artistic carvings. The rock carvings are found to date back to the Bronze Age.
Moreover, the tourists get in through the flights to Sweden in the exploratory voyage of World Heritage Sites must also visit Church Village of Gammelstad, Lulea. Gammelstad, is the best-conserved example of a ‘church village’. Church villages are such an amazing type of villages formerly found throughout the region.
The archaeological location of Birka displays the architectural remains from the 9th and 10th centuries. Several bold and risky adventurers book the cheap flights to Sweden from varied countries in the world to the countryside of Oland Island to guarantee an unmatched thrill. In fact the island and the Baltic Sea are featured by a huge limestone plateau. The area surrounds the proof of human settlement and 5000 years ago.
Naval Port of Karlskrona is a striking model of 17th-century European planned city. Engelsberg Ironworks is one of the superlative conserved sites where higher quality of iron was produced in the 17th and 18th centuries. The travelers of flights for Europe holidays on World Heritage Sites Tours also stop over Skogskyrko garden, the Stockholm cemetery; Hanseatic Town of Visby, past residence of the Vikings and the Varberg Radio Station at Grimeton in southern Sweden.