Scandinavia conjures up many images: from magnificent fjords cutting into mountains, cascading waterfalls, endless fir forests and crystal-clear waters, to historical towns, cobbled streets and towering fortresses.
Monarch has announced the addition of three exciting new destinations to its network.
There are many ingredients required to make the ultimate recipe for a perfect skiing holiday. Mix together fresh powder and mountain scenery, add a sprinkling of sunshine and combine it with convenient accommodation options and heaps to do off the slopes and you almost have the perfect fusion.
Autumn in Finland, Sweden and Iceland can offer some of the most beautiful and photogenic Auroras anywhere in Europe. Temperatures are considerably warmer in autumn, meaning that nocturnal waits for the Aurora are less cold – a bonus for any Northern Lights enthusiast.
The city of Lulea, which sits on the scenic coast of the far north of Sweden, has some truly astonishing landscapes waiting to be explored. This part of the coast of the Bothnian Bay is home to an archipelago of over 1300 islands, which sparkle with ice throughout winter, creating a magical atmosphere.
Delve into culinary West Sweden with the tourist board’s new food publication, showcasing the wealth and quality of its natural produce, the region’s talented local producers and chefs, Sweden’s festive food traditions, and delicious tours of the region.
The latest selection of inspirational new holiday ideas and travel news from Gothenburg and West Sweden – including festive holidays across the region and a new initiative which allows visitors to sample homestays with Swedes living locally.
The latest selection of inspirational new holiday ideas and travel news from Gothenburg and West Sweden – including the World Food Travel Summit, new seafood safari trips, new accommodation, vintage Volvo tours of Gothenburg and a preview of Christmas.
For a totally unique experience this winter, why not try glamping with a twist – sleeping in a Sami tent upon the frozen Arctic tundra?
Hundreds of food and travel companies from across the globe will gather at the World Food Travel Summit in Gothenburg, West Sweden (21-24 September).
If Northern Lights holidays conjure up images of chilly temperatures and snowy landscapes, think again.
Journey from Ostfold to Gothenburg and take in stylish cities, unspoilt beaches, thousands of rocky islands, quaint fishing villages and two marine national parks.
Arctic Direct, a leading provider of specially-tailored holidays to the Arctic, has launched a new photo tour in Abisko, which offers the chance to see the Northern Lights whilst receiving professional photography instruction.
The latest selection of inspirational new holiday ideas and travel news from Gothenburg and West Sweden – including crayfish parties on the archipelago, new canoeing weekends in Dalsland, the Way Out West music festival and relaxing summer escapes.
Newly-opened in Stockholm, Nosh and Chow is an innovative, upmarket townhouse opened by the city’s trendsetting Berns boutique hotel.
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