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Stockholm is the vibrant capital city of Sweden and is the perfect city escape on it’s own or as part of a larger trip as a stopover. Built on 14 islands, Stockholm is one of the world’s most beautiful capital cities. Medieval buildings and lush green parks, modern skyscrapers and colourful buildings – this city has it all. The Stockholm archipelago is the largest of it’s kind in Sweden with over 30,000 islands covering an area of more than 650 square miles. Serene, untouched nature with idyllic villages and coastal towns sitting beautifully in contrast to the buzzing metropolis of downtown Stockholm. Stockholm has a huge array of tours and activities to help visitors experience the very best of the city with over 100 attractions and museums and if food is your thing then you won’t be disappointed. Award winning chefs, restaurants serving fresh local local ingredients and Michelin stars galore are all on the menu here.

Swedish Lapland

Swedish Lapland is high on everyone’s travel bucket list. With a variety of famous tourist attractions including the world’s-first ICEHOTEL, The Treehotel in Luleå and the Northern Lights in Abisko at the Aurora Sky Station to name just a tiny few; Swedish Lapland is often referred to as Europe’s last wilderness. Imposing mountains, incredible Aurora sightings and local traditions the outdoor playground of Swedish Lapland is the perfect destination for a whole myriad of trips and events. During the summer, guests can hike, bike and explore beneath the Midnight Sun and get up close and personal with the Sami culture and the Swedish nature.

West Sweden

Bohuslän, Dalsland, Västergötland and the city of Gothenburg all make up the west part of Sweden. Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city however it is cosy, friendly and an amazing place to explore. Cobblestone streets, a mixture of architecture and historical landmarks all make up to an old-world charm in a new and vibrant city. West Sweden as a whole offers fun experiences and activities for everyone, whether you visit by yourself, with a partner or in a larger group. A highlight is the unique sense of design that filters throughout this region. Unique accommodation can be found all over the world but in West Sweden there are tree houses, floating sea hotels, lighthouses and glass cabins just to name a few. West Sweden’s cuisine is also worth a journey here; with fresh natural ingredients that are as rustic and genuine as they are exclusive and delicious!

Southern Sweden

The Southern part of Sweden is a favourite holiday spot for many people; including the Swedes themselves! The region is a patchwork of breathtaking views, access to nature and the very best of Swedish history and design. The islands such as Öland and Gotland are teeming with historical sites, unique nature and local culture. The city of Malmö with it’s perfect blend of old-world charm and modern, cosmopolitan vibe is a particular highlight and features some of Sweden’s most progressive cuisine.

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