Lonely Planet and WorldAtlas.com both offer high-quality maps of Sweden that list major cities within the country. Lonely Planet's map lists more cities, while WorldAtlas.com has political and geographical maps that include the names of important lakes and rivers.Continue Reading
In addition to a comprehensive map of Sweden, Lonely Planet offers travelers an all-inclusive destination guide to the country that includes lists of Swedish activities and places to stay. Lonely Planet's website offers essential health and travel information related to all of the major cities in the country, including guides to Swedish cuisine, sightseeing maps and travel offers to the country. In addition to cities, the Lonely Planet map notes important national parks and nature reserves including the Vindeljjälens Nature Reserve, Abisko National Park, Muddus National Park and Sarek National Park, among others.
WorldAtlas.com offers a single map of Sweden that shows the placement of its largest cities. This map does not include as many cities as the Lonely Planet map, but includes all of the largest such as Stockholm, Goteborg, Uppsala, Malmo and Lulea. This map also includes important rivers such as the Dal, Indal, Lule and Ume rivers, as well as lakes such as Lake Vanem and Lake Vattern.Learn more about Europe