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Stockholm is a city famous around the world thanks to its wide variety of attractions and iconic landmarks. The city hall building is massive, and this city is home to the first open-air museum in the world. Tiny cobblestone streets line the older parts of town, but one of those streets is remarkably small being just less than 3 feet wide.
Gothenburg is a seaside port town that grew on its fishing industry over the past few centuries. While their industry has since expanded quite a bit, fishing still plays a major role. That means that travellers can enjoy some of the best seafood in the country when visiting. This city is also widely known for its brewing prowess offering stunning beer that you can try straight from the tap.
Abisko is a fun town and national park that offers a fascinating glimpse into Northern Sweden's natural features. One of the most iconic sights is the northern lights found in the sky at night that paint the star-laden blackness with bright green and blue streaks. You'll find quite a few activities here too like snowmobiling, hiking, dog sledding and ice fishing.
The city of Malmo is often considered to be the happiest city in Sweden with a high quality of life and multicultural influences that make it a fascinating place to live and visit. The atmosphere is notably friendly. You can enjoy all sorts of fun attractions like cycling trails, swimming, and market shopping. Don't forget the local culinary scene with New Nordic flair and a surprisingly impactful Middle Eastern sector.
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From its rugged northern Arctic wilderness to the medieval cobblestone streets of its cities, Sweden is as diverse as it is stunning.
Combine your hotel and flights to create your own unforgettable Sweden Holiday Package. Choose from 9456 hotel options starting at £92 a night with Expedia. Next, add airfares and unlock fantastic discounts just for combining your bookings. Need a rental car or want to join a tour? Just add them to your package. A bike tour around Stockholm or a walk through a nature reserve in Gothenburg will help introduce you to the Swedish way of life.
Day 1-2: Spread across 14 main islands, the nation’s capital Stockholm is the ideal place to begin your trip. Wander its narrow streets stopping at Gamla Stan (the Old Town), Royal Palace, the Skansen open-air museum and Vasa Museum, which houses a 17th-century warship. Marvel at magnificent mansions and quaint summer houses as you cruise through the city’s vast archipelago of islands.
Day 3-4: Head through the crystal-rich region of Kalmar toward the south of Sweden for beautiful national parks and golden sand beaches. Spend the evening wining and dining in cosmopolitan Malmö.
Day 5-8: Fly north to Swedish Lapland for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Stay in a room made of ice at the famous Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi and if luck is on your side, witness the spectacular phenomenon of the northern lights.
The most important dates on many Swedes’ social calendars is Midsummer Eve, a celebration of the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Festivities are held all over the country between June 20 and 25.
Basing yourself in the capital? Check out our Stockholm Holiday Packages and discover this city’s beautiful buildings, islands, parks and more.