If you're looking for the classic white Christmas, head north to
Swedish Lapland. The perfect winter playground, here you can
spend your days out in snowy nature doing endless activities,
exploring and learning about traditional life for the Sami people
(the indigenous people of Lapland), before heading back to a cosy
cabin or lodge to warm up in front of the fire (hot chocolate and
cinnamon buns not optional). While Father Christmas may technically
live in neighbouring Finland, he often pops over the border into
Sweden and you may be able to find him and meet Rudolph, and maybe
even go for a ride in your very own reindeer-pulled sleigh.
Alternatively, if you prefer city over countryside, head to
with its snow-dusted colourful houses and cobbled streets, where
you can explore museums and galleries before popping into coffee
shops for fika - a traditional Swedish coffee and cake
break, usually by candlelight.
To ensure you have the most magical experience possible when you
spend Christmas in Sweden, our team of experts can help you capture
the festive magic on a tailor-made itinerary that's entirely
curated to suit you.