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Departure5 January 2024 I'm flexible
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Lapland: Charming cabin retreat in Sweden with a host of included excursions
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Natural beauty epitomises this country, with its vast expanses of frozen wasteland, remote little cottages, un-touched forests and mountainous, rock-strewn islands in the north, to fairytale landscape, a-glow in the light of Christmas markets in the south. Lost in its past, with reindeer herders found wandering its shores and Viking lore still very much a part of its daily routine - Sweden combines culture and heritage with impeccable style and truly exceptional cuisine. A genuine wonderland for every kind of tourist
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Books inspired by Sweden
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Sweden holiday
A well-written and humorous book giving an insight into Scandinavia, its people and the enviably simpler Nordic ways and culture. It covers five countries including Iceland and will have you wanting to move to one of them!
Sweden Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Skiing in Kläppen Ski Resort, Sweden
13th April 2023 by Globalmouse Travels
We spent a week skiing in Kläppen ski resort in Sweden, with a few days in Stockholm. It was the perfect combination of city break and skiing. Our days were spent having so much fun in the snow, eating homemade waffles with thick cream and taking in the beautiful Swedish mountain air around Klappen....
21 interesting and fun facts about Sweden
1st March 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab
Looking for some interesting and fun facts about Sweden? Let me help you! Move beyond Abba and the Northern Lights and uncover the bizarre, the unique and the fascinating features of this Nordic nation. Sweden. Somehow it's somewhere I've only managed to visit in the cold. A little cold, in Malmo. And a lot cold in the Arctic Circle, slipping beneath reindeer skins and slipping hot lingonberry juice in the dazzling Ice Hotel. Winter in Sweden involves hotel rooms at a minus 15 when it's minus...
Dishes and products to try on a visit to Sweden
1st December 2020 by PommieTravels
There’s no better way to get to the heart of a country than by breaking bread. We all have diverging interests, but we all have to eat. For many, food is more than just fuel - it’s a cultural experience. Sweden is no different. From waffles to meatballs, the meals mentioned below occupy a special place in the hearts of many Swedes. Let’s discover each of them together....
Perfect day trip from Stockholm: Drottningholm Palace
9th December 2019 by Budget Traveller
After North Sealand Denmark and Falun, Stockholm was the third stop on our UNESCO World Heritage Journeys of Europe roadtrip. It was our first time in the city and to say that we were pretty excited would be an understatement. The first thing that you appreciate about this city is the feeling of being surrounded by water on all sides. I can’t think of a modern capital in Western Europe that has the same feeling of freedom and tranquility. Spread across 14 islands, we discover a city that is a...
Falun: The Swedish town you’ve never heard of that changed the history of the world
4th December 2019 by Budget Traveller
After 7 years I’m heading back to Sweden on a long but pleasant 8 hour train journey from Copenhagen. Our destination? The 31st biggest town in Sweden. Falun. A tiny dot on the map of Sweden, 223 kms northwest of Stockholm, not too far from the border with Norway, Falun is the capital of the ancient medieval Swedish kingdom of Dalarna, referred to as the â€˜Swedish dales’ thanks to its scenic hills, valleys and beautiful lakes. Some of the town’s most noteworthy cultural exports are...
Unique luxury experiences in Scandinavia
3rd May 2020 by PommieTravels
Scandinavia is a group of countries located in the northern part of Europe. Travellers can often overlook Finland, Norway, and Sweden because they think there’s nothing more than snow and ice up there. Though that’s true in the winter, the summer months are just as hot as most of the rest of Europe. And, anyway, what’s wrong with a little winter getaway?...
Weather in Sweden
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Sweden