Are you interested in staying overnight in the winter wilderness? Join for a two-day adventure in the wild!
Hunt the Northern Lights during unforgettable tours around big cities and small villages, archipelagos, and fjord in Finland, Sweden and Norway.
The vast lands of the largest country in the Scandinavia will surely become some of your most valuable and lifelong memories. Let us take you to gothic towns and explore “out of this world” geological formation around the central region of Sweden, as well as the wildlife of the Swedish Lapland.
It does not matter the time of the year or the region in order to have an unforgettable trip around Sweden. It worths to enjoy the tantalizing summer around the Southern island of Gotland, while the central part of the country is home of the vivid capital Stockholm and the gothic Uppsala. The Swedish Lapland, in the Northern part, is well-known due to its remaining wilderness, Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun.
One of Europe’s most dynamic foodie scenes, Sweden delights travelers by its super healthy ingredients and creative combination of tastes. Its famous marinated salmon gravadlax is one out of many examples of remarkable delicacies found anywhere in the country. The popular Swedish desserts cinnamon buns and strawberry cake are also easily tasted in cafeterias and Michelin star restaurants, both around cities and towns.
Historical excursions and gastronomic tours are indispensable in cities located in the central area, such as Gothenburg and Malmö, while the geological formation of natural columns of Rauks limestone attracts those looking for adventure around Nature. Likewise, a sight-seen around the Stockholm archipelago of 30,000 islands is also essential for those willing to go into the wild. There is an extensive “to do” list of outdoor activities to be accomplished through the Swedish Lapland also, including sledding and snowmobiling at Abisko National Park.
The options for accommodation in Sweden literally includes different shapes and sizes. The most thematic hotel in the central part of the country is perhaps the authentic Långholmen, a former prison complex built on the 19th century. Around the Swedish Lapland, the fantastic Treehotel and IceHotel seem to compete in terms of uniqueness and eye-catching design.
Traveling inside Sweden is generally easy, independently on how remote is the place you are willing to visit. The national train system is managed by the Statens Järnvägar, the Swedish State Railways. While the trains depart every hour or every other hour, buses take over where the trains track. The car rentals have highly competitive prices and also worths to consider.Share this tour