Spend a perfect holiday in Sweden, the land of lakes and forests. You can spend your days in cities like Stockholm
, enjoying the culture offered by its Old Town (Gamla Stan), or head north to Lapland where you'll encounter the culture of the Sami as well as the Sarek National Park, founded in 1909. Winter sports fans can go to a ski resort in Sweden, such as Bjornen or Duved, and spend their days off-piste skiing or snowboarding. Visit the Polar World in Dalarna, the world's largest polar bear park and in the warmer seasons, experienced hikers can enjoy hiking among nature, while anglers can fish for free in Lake Vattern or Lake Vanern, the latter being the largest lake in the European Union. Reserve a holiday home in Sweden and you won't even need to rent a boat. Try something different this year. Wellness holiday Swedish style
A holiday home in Sweden has a lot to offer to make you feel good during a winter or summer break here, such as saunas, swimming pools and playgrounds for children, well-equipped kitchens, and much more. Just being on vacation is a wellness break for many people and a holiday in Sweden offers plenty of possibilities to fill your free time. At Riksgransen in Lapland you'll find an Arctic spa and a ski resort. This ski resort is actually the northernmost ski resort in Europe, so you can even ski in summer! In addition, the Alpine Spa has plenty to offer including traditional massages, relaxing treatments and healing skin treatments. The country itself is a relaxing place to be in, with numerous attractions and friendly people that will make your stay here that much more pleasant. A unique country
Discover the wonderful culture and nature of Sweden during a family holiday in Sweden. Halland
in particular is known for its flora and fauna, with a varied landscape that will keep you on your toes constantly. Halland has a lovely coastal plain, a heathland and a large forest. There are also numerous lakes here. The largest lake in Halland is the Lygrern, that lies both in Halland and in the Vastra Gotaland County
. It is a must for mountain climbers and skiers. The highest point of Halland lies in the Hallandsasen, on the ridge that separates Halland from Scania
. Sweden has many traditions and in numerous places daily life is still mixed with tradition and folklore, especially when it comes to celebrations and festivities, not to mention the beautiful handicrafts. In Dalarna you can experience the culture of a traditional Midsummer celebration, complete with handmade costumes, delicious food and lots of symbolism. Near Dalarna lies the beautiful Lake Siljan. Here there are picturesque villages like Leksand and Mora, the latter home to 19th century Swedish painter Anders Zorn and also the scene of the famous Mora witch trial in 1669. At Lake Siljan you can even go to church via one of the famous long boats. Uppsala is home to a beautiful botanical garden, the oldest in the country. Part of the university, it's been around since the 16th century and is a great place for bonding with nature.