Sweden winter and summer breaks
From the Icehotel to the Treehotel
The third largest country in Western Europe, Sweden offers a wealth of year round possibilities for travellers. Discover diverse landscapes and historic culture, urban style and outdoor adventure from the gentle beauty of Skane to the rugged wilds of Swedish Lapland.
Our collection of handpicked Sweden holidays include northern lights breaks and winter escapes as well as summer self-drives and active adventures. Our most popular Swedish breaks feature a 2-3 night stay at the spectacular and original Icehotel. We operate the only direct flight from the UK to Kiruna, getting you to the Icehotel in just 3.5 hours (flying via Stockholm takes over 8 hours) and as their leading partner, we can guarantee our client’s the very best price available at the time of booking and guarantee no hidden surcharges.
Popular Sweden Holidays
Northern Lights, Abisko and Icehotel
Discover West Sweden
Wilderness Husky Adventure
Tromso, Abisko and the Icehotel
Christmas at the Icehotel
New Year at the Icehotel
Capitals of Scandinavia
Stockholm and the Icehotel
Icehotel in the Making
Varmland Summer Adventure
Stockholm Archipelago Cycle Adventure
Stockholm Countryside Hiking Adventure
Kolarbyn Ecolodge Wildlife Adventure
Iceland and the Icehotel
Aurora Nights at Abisko
Midnight Sun at the Icehotel
Icehotel and Treehotel Summer Fly Drive
Icehotel, Abisko and Lofoten
Swedish Lapland Explorer
Lapland New Year Adventure
Autumn Colours at the Icehotel
Winter’s Dream at Brandon Lodge
Brandon Lodge and Treehotel
Holiday Types And Experiences
It can be said that Sweden’s greatest appeal, certainly for our clients, is as a winter break destination, particularly in the snow-covered wilderness of Lapland. This frozen landscape is perfect for activities such as snowmobiling and husky sledding. The icon of Swedish Lapland is without a doubt the world famous Icehotel, a stunning creation of ice and snow offering the unique chance to ‘sleep on ice’.
A stay at the Icehotel can also be teamed with a night at the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko National Park. With virtually cloud-free skies due to the obliging prevailing winds, this lofty observatory is one of the best places in the world for northern lights viewing.
If you’re after a summer holiday in Sweden, the stunning countryside and sparkling coastline of the west and south is best visited between June and September. The southern province of Skane enjoys a mild climate and an ambience reminiscent of the South of France. Slightly further north, West Sweden has a character all of its own. The coastline stretches from Gothenburg to the Norwegian border, with a spectacular archipelago of around 8,000 islands and inlets, picture postcard hamlets and harbours and golden dunes. Alternatively the Icehotel is now open 365 days a year and offers a range of summer activities as well as the opportunity to sleep in an Ice room, no matter how warm it is outside!