Visit the world's first all year ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi during the summer and fall. From June to Mid-July you will experience the Midnight Sun - during this period the sun never sets. September and October offer great opportunities for seeing the Northern Lights. Possibility to add excursions like river rafting, ice sculpting, hiking trips and more.
Visit Sweden's famous Ice Hotel to experience an adventure of a lifetime! Sleep at the Ice Hotel (cold room) Mondays, Tuesday or Wednesdays and get the same experience at a lower cost! The ice hotel is located north of the arctic circle and offer plenty of possibilities for Northern Lights and exciting winter activities like dog sledding, snowmobiling and more.
Sweden’s Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi is located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland, and was the first Ice Hotel to be constructed anywhere in the world. Each winter new rooms with new designs are created with 30,000 tons of snow and 10,000 tons of crystal clear ice from the nearby Torne River. Ice Hotel (cold room) on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays.
Combine a visit to the Swedish capital Stockholm with some days on Sweden’s favorite holiday island; Gotland. The island offers wide stretches of beaches, historic monuments and exceptional beauty. The picturesque medieval town of Visby is bustling with energy during the Swedish summer months.
Travel from Stockholm to the idyllic town of Söderköping and continue south to the historic town of Kalmar. Explore the Kingdom of Crystal and visit some of Sweden's most impressive castles; Kalmar-, Vadstena-, Gripsholm- and Drottningholm Palace. Possibility to combine the tour with an overnight cruise on Göta Canal.
Visit Stockholm, and travel by overnight train to Abisko where you have excellent chances of observing the Northern Lights from the Aurora Sky Station. Combine your adventure with a stay at the world's largest Ice Hotel with optional overnight safaris by either snowmobiles or husky dogs in Swedish Lapland.
Self-guided cycling and hiking tour allowing you to go off the beaten track in the countryside outside Stockholm. Small paths winding through dense forests, hidden lakes and mile wide views stretching across open landscapes are all to be enjoyed whilst tackling the next challenging track. Detailed trail routes, maps, a full briefing and luggage transfers are included.
Stay at the world renowned Ice Hotel in Swedish Lapland and explore the Northern Lights during the dark polar nights. This tour includes a 1,5- hour dog sledding excursion and an evening visit at the famous Aurora Sky station in Abisko.
Start the Inland Railway in Östersund taking you north through Swedish Lapland; the land of the midnight sun. Travel at a leisurely 30 miles per hour through unspoiled landscapes of virgin forests and crystal-clear mountain streams. Food, coffee and sightseeing stops are made along the way.
Visit the Swedish capital Stockholm, travel to the heart of Sweden and discover Dalarna with its green hills and forests dotted with red wooden houses. Visit cultural places along the way such as old churches, castles and museums. Accommodation at charming and unique countryside hotels. Possibility to combine the tour with an overnight cruise on the Göta Canal.
An exciting self drive tour taking you to Dalarna in the heart of Sweden where you can experience genuine folklore traditions and the idyllic lake Siljan. Along the way you will visit castles, museums and old Viking settlements. The tour finishes on the island of Gotland, known for its beauty, beaches and historic monuments.
Travel to the Swedish Arctic and stay at spectacular accommodation at the world’s first and largest Ice Hotel located in Jukkasjärvi and at the Treehotel in Swedish Lapland. Join optional winter activities such as Northern Lights dog sledding, snowmobile safaris and experience indigenous Sami culture.
On this self-guided tour you will experience three days of easy cycling and hiking in the Southern archipelago of Stockholm passing through national parks, exceptional beaches and charming island villages. Detailed trail routes, maps, a full briefing and luggage transfers are included. Arrival on Sundays only.
Stay at the extraordinary Treehotel in Swedish Lapland and at the world famous Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi. The tour starts in Stockholm taking you north by overnight train to your Swedish winter wonderland. Observe the Northern Lights from Abisko's Aurora Sky Station in the dark polar nights.
Experience the unique atmosphere on board the historical ship MS Juno on this classical 4-day Göta Canal cruise from Stockholm to Gothenburg. On the way you will see the blossoming Swedish country side. All meals and excursions are included during the cruise. The ship sails overnight on two out of three nights. Set departure dates.
This is an exclusive self-drive tour including a visit to the buzzing city of Copenhagen, ancient castles in Skåne in the south of Sweden, the Kingdom of Crystal, the medieval town of Kalmar and the sunny holiday islands of Öland and Gotland. You will also visit Stockholm; the capital of Sweden and Vadstena with its famous abbey before returning to Copenhagen via Skåne.
Enjoy an unforgettable 6-day cruise on the most spectacular waterway through the heartland of Sweden. Onboard one of the world’s oldest passenger ships you will experience eight lakes, two seas and three canals with 66 locks. Meals and excursions are included on the cruise. The ship docks every night. Set departure dates.