Sweden: a Scandinavian fairy tale
Sweden is a wonderful Nordic country. Its capital, the stunning city of Stockholm, is called Scandinavian Venice. Here you will have to get your camera at every step in order to catch the wonderful moments of life!
Stockholm is also a must do for fans of the legendary ABBA band. You will find a museum dedicated to musicians, a thousand and one souvenirs, and more than a dozen themed cafes where you can sing "Dancing Queen" and "Mamma Mia".
Winter holidays in Sweden are ski resorts awaiting the desperate extreme skiing and snowboarding.
If you read Astrid Lindgren's fairy tales as a child, then you simply must visit Sweden - the country where Pippi Longstocking "grew up", and Carlson lived in the attic of one of the Stockholm houses. A theme park and museum will let you forget the number in your passport.
And there are also amazing medieval castles for history lovers, parks with wild animals and incredibly beautiful trees, meadows, recreation areas. It is here that you can meet a reindeer or a wolverine.
Entry rules to Sweden for Ukrainians
From November 30, 2021, entry to the Kingdom of Sweden for citizens of Ukraine (living in Ukraine) is allowed only if they have a digital COVID certificate of vaccination or recovery.
From December 28, all travelers, regardless of vaccination status, must additionally show a negative test for Covid-19 (PCR, antigen, LAMP, TMA), made no earlier than 48 hours before entering the country.
Sweden now recognizes digital vaccination certificates generated in the Diia app. Entry into the country will be allowed if 14 days have passed since the date of receipt of the second dose of vaccine.
Sweden recognizes vaccines approved by WHO for emergency use. That is, everyone who is used in Ukraine.
A COVID certificate of recovery must be issued no earlier than 11 days after a positive test and is valid for a maximum of 180 days from the date of the first positive test. Accepted only in the form of EU Covid Certificate or its analogues - Diia app.
Minors under 18 accompanied by vaccinated or recovered parents are exempt from the requirement for a negative test or vaccination.
For visa-free entry to Sweden, you must have a valid passport and apply for a health insurance policy for the entire period of stay in the country.
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The simultaneous stay of visitors in the hotel lobby not more than one person per 10 square meters of serviceable area is allowed.
Persons can visit hotels and stay there (outside hotel room) only if they wear respirator or face mask (including homemade mask), so that the nose and mouth are covered.
Hotel guests are obliged to keep the 1.5 meters distance.
Online check-in making in advance is recommended to avoid queues at check-in to hotel.
Meals in hotels are provided through meals delivery service to rooms upon prior order or at hotel restaurants situated inside or in open areas, provided the distance of at least 1.5 meters between seats at adjacent tables.
Not more than 4 clients are allowed to stay at the table (excluding children under 14 years old). Unless these tables are separated by a special partition;
Self-serve is not allowed.