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Stockholm combines the charm of a small town with the cosmopolitan bustle of a major city, and is known as “the Venice of the North” because the city is spread out across fourteen islands. Stockholm has more international visitors than the other Scandanavian countries, and is often thought of as the capital of Scandanavia as well as of Sweden. Since water covers one third of the city, there is a thriving maritime culture, and you will see boats, bridges, marinas and locks every way you turn. The water in Stockholm is excpetionally clean, and you can catch healthy salmon in the middle of the city. Sweden is well-known for its emphasis on design, and Stockholm is home to the country’s best-known designers. This manifests itself in interesting architecture, distinctive furniture that is both functional and artistic, and gives a fresh, modern feel to the city. The best time of the year to visit Stockholm is in the summertime, which is also the peak tourist season, but this is when the weather is mild and warm and the natural beauty of the city is shown to the best advantage.