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Sweden, located in Northern Europe, is known for its stunning natural beauty, innovative design, and rich cultural heritage. Home to picturesque landscapes of forests, lakes, and coastline, Sweden offers outdoor enthusiasts ample opportunities for exploration. Its vibrant cities, including Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö, boast a blend of historic charm and modern sophistication. Visitors...

Itinerary

Day 1

Embark on Your Sweden Vacation

  • Stay Included

Welcome to the Kingdom of Sweden!

Upon arrival at Arlanda Airport, pick up your rental car and begin your Swedish adventure.

The rest of the day is yours to enjoy at leisure. Take a stroll through the streets and explore Stockholm, the city of the royal family. Don't miss Drottninggatan (Queen Street), which is lined with shops, bars, and cafes, offering a taste of local life.

Stockholm is often referred to as the "Beauty on Water" or the "Venice of the North" due to its location, which is built upon 14 islands. Enveloped by Lake Mälaren & the Baltic Sea, the city's grand public edifices, palaces, and rich cultural history narrate its story, which dates back to 1252. Get ready to immerse yourself in the charm and history of this captivating city.

Day 2

Sightseeing Tour of Stockholm

  • Breakfast

During your sightseeing tour in Stockholm, don't miss the enchanting Gamla Stan (Old Town), where cobblestone streets wind past enchanting and well-preserved buildings, gothic churches, charming cafes, bars, restaurants, and Swedish design shops. Be sure to visit the iconic Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum. Marvel at the grandeur of the Royal Palace, one of the world's largest palaces with over 600 rooms, and witness the daily parade of soldiers and changing of the guards outside.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the Vasa Museum, situated on the island of Djurgården. This maritime museum showcases the Vasa, a ship commissioned by King Vasa that sank after just 1300 meters on its maiden voyage. It's a captivating glimpse into Sweden's maritime history and a must-see attraction in Stockholm.

Day 3

Move Ahead to Dalarna

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

Enjoy Breakfast at the Best Western Kom Hotel Stockholm, and then depart for Uppsala, a renowned university town dominated by the impressive Uppsala Domkyrka Cathedral. Uppsala is also the birthplace of influential figures such as artist Ingmar Bergman, botanist Carl Von Linné, and writer August Strindberg.

Continue your journey to Dalarna, often considered "the most Swedish of the regions" due to its vast forests and iconic red wooden cottages. As you pass through the city of Avesta, encounter the national symbol of Sweden, the Dalahäst (the famous wooden horse). Journey on to the picturesque village of Sundborn, where you can explore the home of artist Carl Larsson, known for his quintessentially Swedish interior decoration style.

Day 4

Witness the Scenic Beauty of Dalarna

  • Breakfast

Venture towards the enchanting surroundings of Lake Siljan, known for its stunning blue hue. Begin your day in Rättvik, soaking in the picturesque scenery and serene atmosphere.

Next, visit Nusnäs, home to the production center of the Dalahäst (Dala horse), a beloved children's toy that has become a national symbol of Sweden. Witness the craftsmanship behind these iconic wooden horses and perhaps even take one home as a souvenir.

Continue your journey to Mora, the birthplace of painter Anders Zorn. Explore his house, which is connected to a museum showcasing an incredible collection of his works, offering insight into the artistic legacy of this renowned Swedish painter.

Day 5

Heading to Karlstad

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

After having Breakfast at the Dalecarlia Hotel & Spa, en route to the Karlstad, enjoy the scenic drive to Karlstad, traversing the lush forest trails of Dalarna. Along the way, you'll encounter the charming town of Malung in the Värmland region, nestled alongside the picturesque Klarälven River.

Don't miss the opportunity to visit Mårbacka, the former residence of Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf. Lagerlöf, the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1909, is celebrated for her captivating storytelling and literary contributions. Explore her home and gain insight into the life and works of this esteemed Swedish author. On reaching the city, check in at Scandic Karlstad City. 

Day 6

Traverse to Göteborg

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

Resume your journey to the west coast of Sweden, arriving in Bohuslän, known for its sloping cliffs and archipelago of over 8,000 islands. Explore the fascinating Tanumshede stone engravings, dating back to the Bronze Age (1800 BC), offering a glimpse into ancient Scandinavian culture.

Continue along the coast, visiting charming villages such as the picturesque Lysekil, where you can soak in the coastal ambiance and scenic views.

Arrive in Gothenburg, Sweden's second-largest city, and take in the vibrant atmosphere. Explore the city's many restaurants and tourist attractions, including Masthuggskyrkan, a landmark church offering spectacular views of the city and harbor. Don't miss the opportunity to visit one of Europe's largest botanical gardens, boasting an impressive collection of plants and flowers.

Make sure to visit the famous indoor fish market hall, known as the "Fish Church," which dates back to 1874 and is revered as a seafood lover's paradise. Gothenburg offers a diverse array of experiences, from cultural landmarks to culinary delights, ensuring an unforgettable visit to this dynamic city.

Day 7

Resume Exciting Journey to Västerås

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

Enjoy the leisurely walk along the famous Avenyn Avenue, Main Street of Gothenburg, soaking in the city's vibrant atmosphere and bustling energy.

Continue your journey through the picturesque landscapes of Lake Vättern and the charming city of Jönköping. Make a stop in Gränna, renowned for its production of "Polkagrisar," traditional solid candies made with peppermint, available in a variety of flavors today.

Travel along the east coast of Lake Vadstena to visit the 14th century monastery of Saint Birgitta, and still active today, offering a glimpse into Sweden's rich religious history.

Don't miss a visit to Örebro Castle, a romantic fortress surrounded by moats adorned with water lilies, before continuing your journey to the city of Västerås, where new adventures await.

Day 8

Back to Stockholm

  • Breakfast

The town of Västerås has a charming historic center. Take a stroll down the city center before you drive south back to Stockholm. Return your car to Arlanda airport before catching the flight back home.

Have a Safe Journey!!

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  • Stay Included
  • Breakfast as per Itinerary
  • Discover Stockholm and its landmarks, including Gamla Stan, Vasa Museum, Stockholm Cathedral, the Nobel Museum, etc.
  • Explore the village of Sundborn
  • Check out the eminent places in Dalarna, like Lake Siljan, Nusnäs, etc.
  • Witness the splendid Tanumshede stone engravings and pristine villages
  • Walk through Avenyn Avenue, Lake Vadstena, Lake Vättern, Örebro Castle, etc.

Hotels

Day 1-2

Sweden

Best Western Kom Hotel Stockholm

Day 3-4

Dalarna

Dalecarlia Hotel & Spa

Day 5

Dalarna

Scandic Karlstad City

Day 6

Gothenburg

Hotel Royal

Day 7

Vättern

Scandic Västerås

Rental Car (Throughout the Vacation) and covers the following:

  • Unlimited mileage
  • Partial waiver of excess in the event of accident or theft
  • Local taxes
  • 1 driver 

Accommodation at "Best Western Kom Hotel Stockholm": 2 Nights

Accommodation at "Dalecarlia Hotel & Spa": 2 Nights

Accommodation at "Scandic Karlstad City": 1 Night

Accommodation at "Hotel Royal": 1 Night

Accommodation at “Scandic Västerås”: 1 Night

NOTE: The Rental Car is to be picked up from the Airport and returned to the Airport

 

Travel Insurance

Airfare and Airfare Taxes

Meals and Beverages (Not Mentioned)

Visa Fees (If Applicable)

Hotel included in package:

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Stockholm, Dalarna, Lake Siljan, Lake Vättern

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Stockholm Package for 7 nights and 8 days : Frequently asked questions

To explore the eminent sites of Sweden, make an itinerary of around 7-10 days. However, based on your preference, you can tailor the itinerary accordingly.

The average price of the package varies from $1530 to $2000. However, you can further enquire about your package price by connecting with the Trekhops support team.

No. To have travel insurance isn't restricted at all. However, you can add a protection shield by getting travel insurance.

Yes. Travelers are free to modify/customize their vacation package as per their preferences or interests.

Yes, the city offers good transportation facilities. What’s more suitable is that the city's transportation facilities are timely, economical, and safe as well.

Stockholm is a budget-friendly destination. Moreover, the cost-effectiveness of the vacation also depends on how many places you are going to include in your itinerary.

Yes, it is one of the cities that allows travelers/people to make cash-free transactions. This means that you need not carry cash all the time to pay for the services availed.

The main events celebrated in Sweden are Stockholm Pride, Malmo Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, and Gothenburg Aero Show.