Welcome to Sweden
Plan your holiday to Sweden
Things to do
Nature and outdoors
The Northern Lights dance across the skies in Arctic winter and the Midnight Sun warms the nights in the summer months. From the mountains of the mighty north to the white sandy beaches of the temperate south we have space for everyone.
Things to do and see
The Northern Lights and Abisko
Lonely Planet named Abisko and the Northern Lights 'the world's most illuminating experience' as part of celebrating the UN 'Year of Light' in 2015.
Heard of the legendary The King’s Trail (Kungsleden) in Europe’s last wilderness in Swedish Lapland? The Blekinge, Skåne and Halland trails in the more temperate south? Easterly Gotland island in the Baltic sea, or the West Coast and its archipelago. Read on.
Skiing in Sweden
The ski resorts of Sweden stretch from Riksgränsen in the Arctic Circle, in the far north, down the backbone of the Swedish mountains in the north-west, and then wind east into the province of Dalarna.
West Coast & islands
The West Coast stretches from Gothenburg to the border of Norway. This is where you can eat some of world's best seafood, spot seals from a kayak, have a floating sauna and soak in a seaweed bath at a spa.
The tiny town of Jukkasjärvi, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, is home to the iconic art project ICEHOTEL . Madness it may be, but it is a unique, world-famous madness and a totally inspiring venture.
The region has a unique flora and fauna and is famous for its accessible wilderness, superb homemade foods and five clearly defined seasons.