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Sweden

With its colourful seaside cities and inviting landscape of vast forests and soaring mountainsides, Sweden is a charming destination just waiting to be explored. Read more...

Country Highlights

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Set amongst a stunning 24,000 island archipelago, the impressive city is spread across 14 islands connected by bridges, making it surprisingly accessible and an experience like no other.  Magnificent cultural sites such as Gamla Stan (Old Town), one of Europe’s largest medieval cities, and a maritime museum housing the world’s only restored 17th century warship, are on offer as well as a captivating art scene and some of the world’s best cuisine.

Sweden also has much to offer beyond the realm of Stockholm and the Gamla Stan. Venture south and you will discover the amazing feat of the Gota Canal, the popular Gotland Island and Sweden’s most famous glassworks region known as the ‘Kingdom of Crystals’. Head north and you will discover your sense of adventure in the mountains of Abisko and the Archipelago of Lulea.

With niche accommodation in IceHotels and TreeHotels, Sweden will prove to be an unforgettable experience, which will leave you wanting more.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Fancy glamping in Swedish Lapland? Stay a night or two at the TreeHotel where you can choose from five different boutique treehouses for a unique night’s sleep.
  • Take a boat out from Stockholm and go island-hopping in the Swedish Archipelago.
  • Brave the cold and stay in the world-famous ICEHOTEL.
  • Celebrate the summer solstice at the Midsummer Festival, where Swedes make the most of the light and warmth… and eat and drink a lot!
  • Visit the Fotografiska – the world’s largest meeting place for contemporary photography. Stay for lunch/dinner at the award-winning restaurant.
  • See the time capsule that is the Vasa Battle Ship at the Vasa Museum – retrieved from the bottom of the ocean where it sank in 1628.