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Sweden's northern is a realm where magic and reality intertwine.
Dense forests whisper ancient tales, while pristine lakes mirror the skies, and vast snowy plains invite exploration. Stockholm dazzles with its historic charm and modern dynamism. Gothenburg, perched on the coast, is a beacon of culture and innovation, delighting visitors with its canals and rich maritime heritage.
From the tranquil beauty of the North to the bustling vibrancy of its cities, Sweden is a land of contrasts, promising experiences as diverse as they are unforgettable.

Sweden's Best-Loved Locations!

A journey to Sweden is a unique experience with a dream destination for those who love history, nature, and good food.

  • Stockholm
  • Gothenburg
  • Malmö
  • Uppsala
  • Kiruna
  • Abisko (National Park and Northern Lights)
  • Visby (Gotland Island)
  • Lund
  • Luleå
  • Östersund
  • Västerås
  • Jukkasjärvi
  • Linköping
  • Helsingborg
  • Kalmar
  • Mariefred
  • Sala
  • Falun (Falun Copper Mine)
  • Umeå
  • Karlskrona
  • Skara

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Swedish Local Cuisine

Swedish cuisine embodies the essence and spirit of its Nordic heritage. From the deep forests, sparkling lakes, to bustling cities, each region offers unique dishes steeped in tradition. These culinary treasures, abundant in history and taste, are lovingly prepared, showcasing Sweden's dedication to its fare. More than mere meals, they narrate tales, evoke nostalgia, and preserve legacies handed down through the ages, bearing witness to Sweden's enduring ardor for gastronomy.

  • Köttbullar – Swedish meatballs
  • Kräftskiva – Crayfish party
  • Kroppkakor – Potato dumplings with pork filling
  • Biff à la Lindström – Lindström steak
  • Gravad lax – Gravlax or dill-cured salmon
  • Sill och potatis – Herring and potatoes
  • Smörgåstårta – Sandwich cake
  • Janssons frestelse (a potato and anchovy casserole)
  • Prinsesstårta – Princess cake
  • Kanelbullar – Cinnamon buns
  • Semla – Cream bun with almond paste
  • Pepparkakor – Ginger snaps
  • Ärtsoppa – Pea soup
  • Pytt i panna – Hash with meat and potatoes
  • Raggmunk med fläsk – Potato pancakes with bacon

We intentionally left the names in original langiage so you can ask and be more sure about what you're looking for and ordering.
*In the future, we will create a section where we will also share swedish recipes from local people.

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Don't Forget to Do...

Here our top recommendations ensure complete immersion and unforgettable experiences.

The Northern Forests of Sweden:

These vast northern woodlands, with their unique flora and fauna, offer opportunities for trekking, camping, and witnessing the Northern Lights in the winter.

The Vasa Museum:

The Vasa Museum is located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm. It's dedicated to the Vasa warship. The ship remained submerged in the waters of Stockholm's harbor for 333 years. Remarkably, the ship was in a well-preserved state due to the brackish water conditions of the Baltic Sea.

The Midnight Sun:

The Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon that occurs during the summer months in places north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle. This means the sun remains visible at the local midnight. In simpler terms, it never gets dark; there's continuous daylight.

Visit Drottningholm Palace:

The residence of the royal family and a UNESCO World Heritage site, it boasts splendid gardens and opulent interiors. Located on the island of Lovön near Stockholm, is the best-preserved royal castle built in the 17th century in Sweden.

Ski in Åre:

Åre, nestled in northern Sweden, is Scandinavia's premier ski destination. This Alpine ski resort town seamlessly blends pristine mountain landscapes with state-of-the-art skiing facilities.

Visby in Gotland

Visby, a gem on the island of Gotland, is a journey back to medieval times. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, Visby boasts architectural wonders like St. Mary's Cathedral and numerous church ruins.

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Live an Unforgettable Experience

Experience traditions, tales, and folklore amidst the picturesque towns and Sweden's most iconic celebrations.

If you’re looking for events in Sweden and want to relive and/or participate in all themed events, then we recommend taking a look at these events in Sweden:

  • Midsummer – One of the most celebrated festivals, held around the end of June. People dance around a flower-adorned pole, sing, and celebrate the arrival of summer.
  • Walpurgis Night (Valborgsmässoafton) – On April 30th, Swedes celebrate the arrival of spring with bonfires and songs.
  • Surströmmingsskiva – A feast where “surströmming”, a fermented fish typical of Swedish tradition, is eaten.
  • Göteborg Film Festival – The largest film festival in the Nordic countries, held in Göteborg at the end of January.
  • Lucia – On December 13th, a tradition where girls dressed in white with candles on their heads sing traditional songs to celebrate Saint Lucia.
  • Kanelbullens Dag (Cinnamon Roll Day) – On October 4th, a celebration of the popular Swedish pastry, kanelbulle.
  • National Day (Nasjonaldagen) – On June 6th, Sweden’s national day celebrating the country’s culture and history.
  • Små grodorna – During Midsummer, it’s common to dance and sing this traditional song about little frogs.
  • Stockholm Pride – A major LGBTQ+ festival held annually in Stockholm, promoting diversity and inclusivity.
  • Kräftskivor (Crayfish Party) – A summer tradition where Swedes gather to eat crayfish and wear colorful hats and aprons.

These festivals offer a variety of activities, including music, dance, theater, art, crafts, gastronomy, and history.
They are a great opportunity to experience culture and traditions.

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