Start your visit to Sweden by staying a few days in the magnificent and majestic capital Stockholm, known as “Venice of the North”, due to its many waterways and islands. Many surprises await you such as The Vasa Museum with the oldest seventeenth-century ship in the world, the Royal Castle, the Abba Museum and last but not least the Old Town. Makes sure to sign up for a walking tour. Do not miss taking a boat sightseeing tours to see the beautiful archipelago that surrounds Stockholm. Pay a visit to the neighborhood of Södermalm, “Söder”, which has become the coolest and trendiest neighborhood of Stockholm, filled with art galleries, cozy restaurants, second hand shops and a heaven for Stockholm’s “hipsters”.
Visit the Island of Gotland.
Just a couple of hours boat ride from Stockholm. Most people have never been to this beautiful medieval trading post in the middle of the Baltic Sea. The historical Hanseatic city of Visby is called “The City Of Roses”, and if you travel in summer you will understand why. Visit monuments from the 13th century, enjoy cozy restaurants mingled with old houses along cobblestone streets. Gotland is perfect for bicycling. Enjoy a lime stone cave or simply relax on one of the islands fine sandy beaches.
The Ice Hotel – An annual art project in Jukkasjarvi – North of the Artic Circle.
Staying at the Ice Hotel is an experience unlike any other. No matter how cold it gets outside it will never be colder than -7ºC inside. If this doesn’t appeal to you, there are warm rooms as well. Most of our clients opt to stay one night in a cold room and then a couple of nights in a warm room. This is the place to enjoy wonderful food, dog sledding and observing the Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis.