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Baltic bliss: A voyage around Stockholm's archipelago

Sandhamn, Sweden From central Stockholm it's a two-hour ferry ride to the island of Sandhamn, in the overlooked Swedish archipelago. There's an abundance of beaches, red-painted cottages, and paths that wind through pine forests.

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Islands of Stockholm’s Archipelago (Sweden). 'Scattered between the city and the open Baltic Sea, this archipelago is a mesmerising wonderland of small rocky isles, some no more than seagull launch-pads, others studded with deep forests and fields of wildflowers. All are within easy striking distance of the city, with regular ferry services and a number of organised tours for easy island-hopping.'

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Visiting Stockholm, Sweden on a city break

Built on an archipelago, Stockholm can easily be called the Venice of the north. Have a look and explore this beautiful city with us.