CorelDraw Map Sweden Norway Finland full

Sweden, Norway, and Finland are all Scandinavian countries known for their stunning natural attractions. Here are some of the most notable ones in each country:


  1. Stockholm Archipelago: Sweden’s capital city, Stockholm, is surrounded by an archipelago of thousands of islands. It’s a beautiful area for boating, kayaking, and enjoying the picturesque landscapes.
  2. Abisko National Park: Located in Swedish Lapland, this park is famous for its pristine wilderness, the Northern Lights, and the long-distance hiking trail, Kungsleden.
  3. Swedish Lapland: This region offers incredible opportunities for winter activities like dog sledding, ice fishing, and witnessing the mesmerizing Northern Lights.
  4. Gotland: This island in the Baltic Sea is known for its medieval towns, stunning beaches, and unique limestone formations, including the impressive sea stacks called Rauks.


  1. Fjords: Norway is famous for its majestic fjords, such as the Geirangerfjord, Nærøyfjord, and Sognefjord. These deep, narrow inlets are surrounded by steep cliffs and snow-capped peaks.
  2. Northern Lights: Northern Norway, including Tromsø, is one of the best places in the world to witness the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis.
  3. Jotunheimen National Park: This is Norway’s largest national park and home to some of the country’s highest peaks, including Galdhøpiggen, Norway’s tallest mountain.
  4. Lofoten Islands: These islands offer dramatic landscapes with rugged mountains, white sandy beaches, and picturesque fishing villages. It’s a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers.


  1. Lakes and Forests: Finland is often referred to as the “Land of a Thousand Lakes.” The country is covered in vast forests and crystal-clear lakes, making it ideal for hiking, camping, and canoeing.
  2. Rovaniemi: This is the capital of Lapland and a gateway to the Arctic. It’s famous for being the official hometown of Santa Claus and offers various winter activities.
  3. Archipelago National Park: Located on the southwest coast, this park consists of thousands of islands and islets, making it a beautiful place for kayaking and exploring the coastal wilderness.
  4. Lemmenjoki National Park: Located in Finnish Lapland, this park is known for its wilderness, gold panning opportunities, and the Lemmenjoki River.
  5. Nuuksio National Park: Situated near Helsinki, this park offers an escape to nature with its tranquil forests, rocky hills, and beautiful lakes.

These are just a few of the many natural attractions in Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Each country offers a diverse range of landscapes and outdoor activities for nature enthusiasts and travelers.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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