Popular Lettings in Sweden
Highlights in Sweden
- Spectacular cities
- Northern Lights
- Lush landscapes
- Midsummer festivities
- Skiing, cycling and other outdoor activities
Most popular in Sweden
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Holiday lettings and rentals in Sweden
With its wonderful landscapes and strikingly beautiful cities, Sweden is a European hotspot ready to be explored. Whether you are looking to spend some time in the capital Stockholm or wish to rent a cosy rural rental from which to explore the wild north, you will find a vast array of holiday lettings to suit every taste and budget. With its numerous lakes and dense forests, Sweden is a nature lover's dream come true. Head to Lake Vänern for a bout of fishing or embark on an adventurous hike through the thick of the country's woods. Holiday rentals on the coast
Sweden's coastal areas are especially beautiful. The Swedish coast stretches from Gothenburg to the Norwegian border. It is dotted with tiny, picturesque villages. Feast on fresh seafood and take a kayak to explore the coast's many inlets and waterways. You can rent a traditional bungalow with a large garden or choose a lovely secluded rental with a veranda. For the luxury lovers among you, a modern letting with breathtaking panoramic views and a heated pool could be just what you are looking for.
Holidays in Sweden
The area and getting around
The country's North is best explored by car. With its wide range of outdoor activities on offer, Lapland is a great winter destination. Try snowmobiling or dog sledding for a lot of snowy fun. Kungsleden, Sweden's most famous hiking trail, runs between Abisko and Hemavan. In winter, it turns into a ski trail.Fantastic Stockholm
Sweden's capital is one of Europe's and the world's most beautiful cities. Visit Drottningholm Palace on the outskirts of the city and find out more about the Vikings in the Vasa Museum. For all its royal glory, Stockholm is no stranger to some quirky street art. The Snösätra Wall of Fame is Sweden's largest graffiti wall featuring paintings by artists from all over the world.
Travellers and activities
While not a typical honeymoon destination, Sweden is nevertheless wonderfully romantic. Cosy up in a traditional red log cabin, sample some of Sweden's mouthwatering cakes and enjoy your evenings in front of a crackling fireplace. Cities like Stockholm and Gothenburg offer a vast array of fine dining options and world-class entertainment. Picturesque Gothenburg is a great destination for a romantic couples holiday. Stroll down the cobblestone streets, visit the Älvsborg Fortress located on a tiny island in the city's harbour and climb to the top of the Ragnhildsholmen Castle ruins to observe the breathtaking landscape.Sweden for lovers of the great outdoors
Sweden is a hiker's paradise. Not only does the country have some of the world's most scenic hiking trails, it also offers dense forests, deep blue lakes and numerous national parks - 29 to be exact. In winter, the town of Åre transforms into Sweden's premier ski resort with a vast network of slopes. In summer, Åre's skiing slopes turn into downhill cycling trails frequented by avid mountain bikers.
Hundreds of thousands of moose roam freely in Sweden's forests. You're in with a good chance of encountering one of them during a hike!
Top 5 travel tips in Sweden
The colourful swirls in the night sky are a sight to behold. Head to Kiruna in Sweden's far North to witness the magic of the aurora borealis first-hand. The Northern Lights can usually be seen between September and April.2. Visit the home of Pippi Longstocking
The colourful Villa Villekulla is the home of fictional character Pippi Longstocking. The house can be seen in the famous TV series and is now displayed in the Kneippbyn Amusement Park.3. Celebrate Midsummer
Midsummer is an annually occurring festival dedicated to celebrating the summer solstice. Its roots lie in pre-Christian Sweden. The festivities involve dancing around a maypole, drinking and lighting bonfires.4. Fancy skiing in summer?
Midsweden 365 is the world's longest indoor skiing slope. As its name suggests, it is open all year round. The skiing slope is located in a former military tunnel hewn into a mountain outside the city of Gällö.5. Defy gravity at Trollvägen hill
At Trollvägen Magic Hill, gravity seems to work in reverse. If you take your foot off the brake, you'll appear to be rolling upward instead of downward.
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