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Sweden Vacation Rentals

From charming bed and breakfasts in Stockholm, cozy vacation rentals in Malmo to comfortable mountain cabins in the best Swedish ski resort, Sweden is full of accommodations that fit all the tastes and budget. Whether you are planning a family vacation or a wild adventure with your friends, Sweden will provide you with unlimited lodgings. Choose from a wide variety of Sweden hotels and find a perfect option for you and your loved ones.

Sweden Things to Do

Enchanting medieval villages, majestic castles and beautiful architecture of Stockholm and Malmo captivate every tourist’s attention in Sweden. This beautiful green country offers unlimited sightseeing, outdoor and culinary experiences for every taste and mood. Buzzing Swedish cities such as Stockholm guarantee fantastic entertainment, finest dining and comfortable accommodations.

Whether you are seeking breathtaking landscapes, historical heritage or vibrant metropolis, Sweden offers a wealth of attractions and things to do. Sweden’s natural resources including shimmering lakes, mystical forests and extensive archipelago provide tourists with a myriad of outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing and boat tours. Scandinavia’s oldest theme park, breathtaking scenery of far north and great museums are waiting for visitors in the Kingdom of Sweden.

Swedish Lapland

Located in the far north of Sweden is the most vast, spectacular and untamed wilderness area of Europe, the Lapland. Visitors from around the world come to this magnificent place to find tranquility, peace and poetry of the Arctic landscape. While some areas are easily accessible from the town of Kiruna, located only 1.5 hour flight from Stockholm, others can only be reached by experiences hikers and adventurers. The most amazing phenomenon of the far north region is a northern light also called the aurora borealis. It occurs from late May to early August in the middle of the night and gives the landscape a gorgeous magical dimension.

Liseberg Theme Park

Liseberg Park is one of the best and oldest Sweden Amusement Parks offering numerous activities for the whole family. Located in the city of Gothenburg, Liseberg dates back to 1923 and has some of the world’s best wooden roller coasters. What’s unique about this park is the fact it remains opened all year long. While in the summer kids can enjoy numerous fun rides and Ferris wheel, during the winter Liseberg offers candied nuts, mulled wine and ice skating ring.

The Medieval Town of Visby

Located in the Swedish island of Gotland, Visby is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the world. Considered by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, ferry-tale-like Visby has some of the most intriguing medieval attractions in Scandinavia such as the stone wall of 2 miles that surrounds the city. One of the most beautiful hallmarks of the city is its Cathedral that dates back to the 12th century. Thanks to the Visby’s colorful botanic garden, the city has been named the “City of Roses”. Visit the Visby’s main fortification towers and learn intriguing stories about the city’s past.

The Vasa Museum in Stockholm

The Vasa Museum is located in Stockholm and is currently the most visited museum in Scandinavia. The most amazing attraction of this maritime museum is without doubt the Vasa Ship from 17th century which sank hundreds of years ago. Tourist will not only have a chance to see this Viking ship but also to read interesting stories about its rescue from the bottom of the ocean in 1961. Museum also gives information about the history of Vikings in Sweden displaying wooden figures and priceless artifacts.

The Ice Hotel

Located in the far north of Sweden is a unique Ice hotel. First constructed in the late 1980s, it is re-built each winter in Jukkasjarvi located about 120 miles north from the Arctic Circle. This amazing Ice Hotel is build from blocks of ice which gives it an igloo look and each year it changes its design. Guests of this exceptional hotel can find a bar and drink cocktails served in glasses made of ice.

Skiing in Sweden

Ski and snowboard enthusiasts will have a myriad of options to choose in Sweden, from the snowboarder’s wild paradise in Lapland to the family cozy resorts of the southern mountains. Sweden provides resorts and accommodations that fit all tastes and levels of experience, often equipped with excellent leisure facilities. Apart from skiing there is also dog sledding, ice fishing, and snow-mobiling and even reindeer-sledding available!

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