World-renowned for their skill in design, Sweden is a Scandinavian gem. The Swedish cities are filled with exquisite architecture – both old and new – but head away from the crowds and you’ll find yourself in a world of natural beauty. Scale one of the country's many mountains or hike the High Coast Trail along the Gulf of Bothnia for panoramic views of the sea and islands within it. Head north and you’ll arrive at the town of Kiruna, the Swedish gateway to the arctic. Winter visitors can explore the snow-dusted city and watch the Aurora Borealis light up the sky.
The Swedish are a friendly bunch, proud of their traditions and rich cultural heritage. Stockholm, the dynamic capital city, is like a work of art, evolving with modern society, yet still reflecting its past. Get lost in its colourful streets to learn more about the country and be sure to sample some local seafood along the way.
Shopping in Sweden is far from a cookie-cutter Ikea experience Sweden is a veritable paradise of good design, which will probably make it difficult to refrain from splurging at the shops. But for those unfamiliar with what Stockholm might have to offer - beyond Ikea and H&M - there’s more than meets the eye i...Read more
Exploring these Swedish wonders will take your Nordic adventure to the next level Between cities packed with grand European architecture, thousands of ancient islands, a fascinating Viking heritage and fresh culinary scene, Sweden really does have it all. Adventure travellers in search of outdoor adventures will be del...Read more
Scandinavian Sweden boasts scenery, culture and sights galore Nestled into northern Europe between Finland and Norway, spectacular Sweden is jam-packed with islands, medieval towns, and cities that exude an effortless cool. Delve deeper into Swedish culture and you’ll find history spanning millennia, riddled with tales...Read more
There’s more to Swedish cuisine than the tasty Swedish meatballs from IKEA. From fika to foraging for your own food, explore the gastronomic delights of Sweden like you live there Sweden has a fascinating food culture with a thriving subculture of fresh foraged ingredients, thanks to the ancient public right known as A...Read more