Jönköping is by many Swedes referred to as the Jerusalem of Sweden - this is due to the town's many churches. The city is on the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern. Jönköping also has two smaller lakes of its own, Munksjön ('The Monk Lake') and Rocksjön ('The Rock Lake'). It is Sweden's 10th largest municipality with about 136,000 inhabitants (2017).
The closest major airport is Gothenburg's Landvetter, about 120 km to the west. It has flights from most major European cities and is served by some budget airlines as well.
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