Swedish Lapland is the setting for the world famous Icehotel. Recreated each year, using ice harvested from the Torne River, sculpted into a dazzling and...
For a winter short break that has it all, visit Swedish Lapland. Deep, crisp snow, tranquil forests, frozen lakes and nature’s very own light show, the aurora...
Located deep within the Arctic Circle, Swedish Lapland offers some of the best opportunities to view the captivating northern lights, between the months of...
If you like exploring independently why not consider a fly drive holiday - the most popular holiday option over the summer months - giving you the freedom to...
Aimed at the independent traveller, this collection of holidays makes use of a range of transport options from rail travel to ferry crossings letting you...
With mountains, lakes, forests and an enviable coastline, Sweden's natural beauty and undeniable sense of space make this an ideal location for an active...
Christmas & New Year
For a truly unforgettable festive period visit one of the world’s most naturally awe-inspiring destinations, Swedish Lapland. With experiences to cater for all...
Sweden offers active families a natural outdoor playground on a whole new level, especially in the summer. Scandinavia basks in long hours of daylight from...
Sweden’s scenic charms may not be as overt as its Norwegian neighbour, but the rolling landscapes, sandy beaches and abundant forests and lakes provide an picturesque backdrop for a wide range of experiences - from outdoor pursuits to gourmet delights. The country also boasts a beautiful capital city in Stockholm, which stretches across an archipelago of 14 islands connected by waterways and bridges.
It can be said that Sweden’s appeal is as a winter break destination, particularly in the snow-covered wilderness of Lapland. This frozen landscape is perfect for activities such as snowmobiling and husky sledding. The icon of Swedish Lapland is without a doubt the world famous Icehotel, a stunning creation of ice and snow offering the unique chance to ‘sleep on ice’.
A stay at the Icehotel can also be teamed with a night at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko National Park. With virtually cloud-free skies due to the obliging prevailing winds, this lofty observatory is one of the best places in the world for northern lights viewing.
The stunning countryside and sparkling coastline of West and Southern Sweden is best visited in summer. The southern province of Skane enjoys a mild climate and an ambience reminiscent of the South of France. Slightly further north, West Sweden has a character all of its own. The coastline stretches from Gothenburg to the Norwegian border, with a spectacular archipelago of around 8,000 islands and inlets, picture postcard hamlets and harbours and golden dunes. Both regions are ideal for a summer self drive.
Northern Lights, Abisko and Icehotel
Discover West Sweden
Tromsø, Abisko and the Icehotel
Icehotel, Abisko and Lofoten
Capitals of Scandinavia
Christmas at the Icehotel
Wilderness Husky Adventure
Stockholm and the Icehotel
Great Nordic Odyssey
New Year at the Icehotel
Exclusive Wilderness Adventure
Lulea Winter Adventure
Lapland Adventure Weekend
Stockholm Countryside Hiking Adventure
Stora Sjofallet National Park & Sapmi Nature Camp
Stockholm Archipelago Cycle Adventure
Arctic Feel-good at Camp Ripan
Aurora Nights at Abisko
Family Fun at Aurora Mountain Lodge
SUMMER OR WINTER?
Both seasons offer compelling reasons for visiting Sweden. Simplistically, you may consider it a choice of the midnight sun versus the northern lights! While May to August brings a wonderful golden glow and virtually endless days, September to April brings the prospect of the aurora borealis, especially in Lapland. Winter breaks tend to be shorter in duration and focus on snow-based activities, while summer is a time for exploring the countryside at a leisurely pace.