Both winter and summer could be the best time to visit Sweden. January to March is the right time for watching the Northern Lights, ice skating, and dogsledding. Late April celebrations mark the beginning of Swedish summer with longer and warmer days. May to September is the perfect time for outdoor activities from birdwatching to timber rafting. Well, summer months see more crowds and mosquitos all over the country. Up north, autumn can show up in late August (make sure to taste some surströmming, you won't forget its smell!), and the first snow is even possible in September. Anyway, chilly autumn months will hypnotize you with migrating birds and Gotland's roses in bloom. December brings celebratory atmosphere with glogg, lussekatt buns, and ginger biscuits.
Polar lights is a natural phenomenon that creates magical sights and emotions for anyone around
The most unusual "flowers" that "bloom" only in winter
Experience one of the most famous adventures of Lapland!
Your next favourite hours! This magical occurance is unique for Nordic countries
One of the celebrations that light up the gloomy winter season
The city of Malmo is known for its unusual Christmas decorations
The hotel is rebuilt every year, offering a unique experience every time you visit!
Swedish Christmas markets convey heart-melting Scandinavian holiday traditions
Northern of Sweden has all that it takes to have a fantastic ice climbing experience!
A wild mix of hockey and football is one of Sweden's favorite sports
Climb aboard a spaceship and meditate among the trees
Swedes adore skiing! No matter where you go—to the mountains up north or the city—you will simply love it!
Eat what you catch!
The obsession with Christmas starts with these delicious cookies!
A giant goat statue made of straw is erected on the first day of Advent
Swedish mulled wine with raisins, cinammon, and almonds!
A typical Swedish bun is also a symbol of winter and perhaps the best way to survive during the dark days
With Lucia approaching, safran is all around! Enjoy!
Sweden has its own Christmas coke!
Dive the Swedish Baltic Sea and discover all 10,000 shipwrecks at the bottom!
Every winter Gothenburg transforms into a winter wonderland and dazzles with holiday lights
Lussekatt buns are typical saffron treats served on St. Lucia Day
The iconic part bridge and part tunnel, which connects Denmark and Sweden
Skåne is Sweden's southern region which boasts endless yellow fields among typical red houses
Sweden is a great destination for hiking with tons of variety
Originating from pagan times, this holiday is a celebration of everything summery and Swedish
Many of us dreamed when we were kids to live in a perfect treehouse. Now we have our chance
Gotland's roses bloom even in late November. The perfect destination for those who want to be enchanted in the middle of a gloomy season
The oldest known tree in Europe at 9,550 years looks after the harsh tundra and glaciers of Scandinavia
Gotland is so proud of their sheep that it is featured on the flag! Moreover, these sheep are unique and insanely cute
Lund is one of the most intense student towns of Sweden. Every four years its intensity and level of fun rise well above the maximum!
For Sami, the people who live in Northern Lapland, reindeer means life itself
The night when winter officially ends is celebrated with a champagne breakfast and huge bonfire in Uppsala and Lund
Sweden is a paradise for paddling, especially its West Coast!
Build your own timber raft and sail the Klaralven river like Tom Sawyer and Hucklebery Fin!
Follow the old Viking route on skates together with a crowd of enthusiasts like yourself
Join the cycle of high prestige! Prove that you are tough enough to make it
Celebrate the best New Year of your life in a Swedish winter wonderland
Every country has its own weird food and Sweden is no exception
Sweden is famous for its sustainable outlook so biking here is elevated to a new level!
Lapland is not only home to Santa Clause but also to beautiful flowers
Start your New Year with poetry or Swedish rock music in the heart of Stockholm
One of the biggest music festivals in Sweden
Sweden is famous for its organic honey
Discover Sweden's dark and scary secrets
A day of many picnics and joyful partying
Witness over 100,000 birds pass Falstebro on their way south!
Sweden's 190 km Blue Ribbon attracts around two million tourists yearly
A typical Christmas dish made of fermented herring with sugar and onions
The largest jazz festival in Sweden!
Enjoy a jolly time eating crayfish with a chef's hat on!
The first week of February is all about fatty treats!
Have you ever dreamed of making these wonderful summer days longer? Here is your chance!
One of the most spectacular seasonal roads will give you a little shiver on your back
Summer is a perfect time for this exciting sport
Don't be surprised if you see vans full of highschool kids waving and shouting to you
Iconic heavy metal and hard rock heaven in Sölvesborg
Easter in Sweden is full of traditions connected to the celebrations of spring, nature awakening, and family reunions—but with a twist!
St Martin is a day of geese! People gather for huge festive meals and eat special food!
This is one of the few cases when something bad is so bad that it becomes cool
The rich variety of topographies of the Lulea archipelago attracts many different kinds of birds to Northern Scandinavia
Sweden has its own Easter coke!
Rent a boat and see Sweden from the water
Golf has become one of the most popular sports in Sweden recently. In summer, you can play it even during the night!
With more than 100,000 lakes and 200 km of rivers, fishing in Sweden is a dream come true!