Sweden is a rich country with a high standard of living, expensive prices, innovative technologies and careful attitude to nature. In addition to the brilliant architecture, magnificent castles, ancient churches and unusual museums, fascinating beauty of nature is one of the main reasons why the country annually attracts about 5 million people.
Malmo is the south most located of large cities in Sweden. It lies on the coasts of Oresund strait and has moderate maritime climate. Due to influence of the Gulf Stream the city has mild weather conditions with frequent overcast, precipitation and strong winds. Summer daytime averages are in pleasant range between 20 °C (68 °F) and 22 °C (72 °F) while at winter it lies between 5 °C (41 °F) and 2 °C (36 °F).
Sweden is the country in Northern Europe. It occupies eastern portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula and is washed by the Baltic Sea. Sweden is the largest Scandinavian country and fifth biggest country of Europe. Northern and western parts of Sweden are mountainous and the rest of country’s territory is relatively plain.
Most of territory of Sweden lies in the zone of moderate climate. However the country is stretched along meridians and such configuration causes significant variety of weather conditions. The Scandinavian mountains are blocking warm air masses from above the Atlantic resulting colder weather of northern and western regions.