Sweden is a country full of contrasts. Here, the old and the contemporary have found a way to coexist together seamlessly. The people here are equally at home in the cities and the vast open Lapland. For a traveller, Sweden has a bagful of exciting experiences that will enthral and capture their hearts, possibly forever.
Old castles and palaces, adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities and delicious fresh food – Sweden has it all. With so many experiences to choose from, you will surely find some engaging things to do in Sweden.
This little country will manage to surprise you at every turn. Sweden sightseeing is like a rollercoaster ride. Step into an old palace and you will be instantly transported back in time. Step into any mall and you will feel like you’ve stepped into the future. All these experiences and more are awaiting you. Simply choose one of SOTC’s Sweden holiday packages and get ready for an exciting Swedish holiday.
Here are some top things to do in Sweden.
The Ice Hotel is a marvel of design and architecture. Everything here, from beds to glasses, is made of ice. Spending a night here is one of the best things to do in Sweden. The hotel provides you with furs to keep warm. This is one experience you should not miss.
Sweden is the home of the Nobel Prize. The Nobel Museum stands as a testament to the most prestigious prize in the world. The museum is a treasure trove of knowledge about all he Nobel Laureates so far and Alfred Nobel himself. Take a guided tour and top it off with a lunch at the Nobel Banquet.
At least 90 out of Stockholm’s 100 metro stations have intricate art installations that are a part of their décor. Each station is decorated in a unique style that is different from others. Make these a part of your Sweden sightseeing. Let’s see how many you cover by the end of your trip.
How often are you going to get a chance to visit a nuclear reactor? Though it is not operational anymore, it is one of the most thrilling things to do in Sweden. You can visit the Reaktor 1 during special events like the Stockholm Open House. Now it hosts modern art and dance performances.