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Sweden Tours and Vacation Packages

Our Sweden tours spirit you to Scandinavia to witness the extraordinary Northern Lights or the bizarre midnight sun of midsummer. Fifth-largest European nation, Sweden boasts thriving arts and culture, vibrant cities, a booming economy, and a long-lasting kingdom.

One of the oldest sovereign nations, there’s more to Sweden than stereotypes like Abba, IKEA, Volvo, and blondes with blue eyes. Vast forests, 100,000 lakes, the Scandinavian mountain chain, and 2,000 miles (3,218 km) of coastline means stunning natural assets.

Exoticca empowers you to explore this surprisingly large, elongated country stretching 1,000 miles (1,600km) from north to south. With our affordable itineraries, we arrange everything. Most of our packages include flights, hotels, transfers, tours, and even some meals.

Trips to Sweden from Canada


Travel outside your comfort zone with an incredible tour around a magical country offering some out-of-this-world experiences. Our extraordinary Sweden tours transport you to this ancient and historic yet modern and innovative nation

Learn about the Kingdom of Sweden, a Nordic country in Scandinavia famous for functional furniture and Vikings. Worldwide fans of the 70s–80s pop icons Abba make pilgrimages to their heroes’ Stockholm museum, which offers excellent entertainment.

The true showstopper is our host star. In summer you can experience the midnight sun. The tilt of the earth’s axis means the sun doesn’t set above the Arctic Circle for several weeks in midsummer. Many travel north to experience this surreal and confusing phenomenon.

While Swedish cities are stunning and the people a delight, most hope to memorize a moment with the iconic, inspiring Northern Lights. Aurora season is from late September to early April, with our sun’s solar winds the reason for the cosmic spectacle.

Travel through thousands of offshore islands and inland lakes. Visit enormous forests covering almost 70% of the nation, and there’s world-class skiing opportunities. Modern and hip, Swedish cities share castles and canals with culinary delights.

Exoticca’s escorted tours to Sweden are from Canada. Flights depart from airports in Toronto, Montreal, and Edmonton. Break up connecting flights with layovers to reduce the tiring effects of travel.

Top points of interest in Sweden

Sweden’s marginally bigger than California, so let’s narrow down the most attractive destinations in this varied land. Take a closer look at some highlights of trips to Sweden below.


The largest port in Scandinavia and the second city, Gothenburg sits strategically on the west coast in southwestern Sweden. Founded as a Dutch trading post in the early 17th century, the city's fishing and shipbuilding industries initially thrived. 

Now, it’s known as the innovative home of Volvo, and it has everything a fun, modern, happening city needs. It’s also one of the greenest, with wind-powered hotels, theme parks, and apartment blocks. It’s a must-see destination on our Sweden tours.

Gothenburg is renowned for wide leafy boulevards and Dutch-style canals lined with coffee shops and chic boutiques. There are spectacular seafood restaurants, mind-blowing clubs, varied entertainment options, and a hip, laid-back attitude.


Called the “Venice of the North,” Stockholm is spread out over 14 Baltic Sea islands crisscrossed by over 50 bridges. It’s the capital of Sverige and the largest urban center in Scandinavia with around a million inhabitants.

It’s a modern hub with thriving tech, arts, music, fashion, gaming, and food industries. There’s avante-garde and art nouveau, endless shopping options, unique attractions, and world-class museums. Don’t miss the Skansen, the oldest open-air museum, and a delight even in winter.

The bustling old town center, the Gamla Stan has cobblestoned streets and colorful 17th and 18th-century buildings. It also boasts the medieval Storkyrkan Cathedral and the Royal Palace, the king’s official residence.

Swedish tours from Canada visit the chic bars, old-school pubs, and trendy bistros spread across an excellent example of an ancient medieval city.


The Danish capital is linked to the southern Swedish town of Malmo by the Öresund Bridge. Take a train to cover the 25 miles (41 km) in about 35 minutes. 

The city’s famed center is an 18th century rococo district containing the Amalienborg Palace. Nearby is the Rosenborg Palace with gardens and home to the crown jewels.

Famous Tivoli Gardens opened in 1843, making it the third-oldest operating amusement park in the world. The magical manicured gardens and roller coasters are right in the middle of the city. There’s also a waterfront entertainment district with canals and colorful houses.

The third-largest and fastest-growing city in Sweden, Malmo was invigorated by the 2000 completion of the epic international link. It includes a bridge, a man-made island, and a tunnel, and covers the 10 miles (16 km) to Denmark with road and rail connections.

Now the diverse population welcomes foreign tourists to Malmo Castle, a 16th century fortress with art, nature, and historical exhibits. Relax in cobblestoned squares lined with cafes and shops, and spot the eye-catching “twisting torso” skyscraper on our Sweden tours.

Swedish Lapland

Most tourists head to the northernmost province of Swedish Lapland to witness the Aurora Borealis. Also known as the Northern Lights, many find the experience deeply mystical or even spiritual. The shimmering, magical show is the most significant cosmic show on earth.

This northern province makes up a quarter of the area and includes northern European indigenous people. The Sami are descendants of nomadic tribes and respected reindeer herders. Physical traits may include fair hair, light skin, and blue eyes.

Sweden guided tours to the Arctic offer incredible fishing with adventure options and magnificent natural scenery. The region highlights the bizarre midnight sun and the quite fantastic aurora.

Sweden: Off the beaten track

Allow our experts at Exoticca to take the guesswork out of traveling to exotic locations. We use local knowledge to produce unique schedules that keep our customers entertained.

Adventure tours to Sweden may include trips to remote parts of Lapland or skiing, rafting, kayaking, and hiking. While we offer guided tours, you’ll have free time to explore, so research which sights attract you.

The Aeroseum near Gothenburg is a cold war underground hangar converted into a museum and filled with historic aircrafts. There are loads of pictures and even a flight simulator. 

Visit the Ice Hotel in northern Sweden for a truly unique experience. Each year the owners rebuild for the December to April season.

The west coast village of Smogen is a picture-perfect fishing enclave. It’s a vibrant and colorful village with a boardwalk and rows of red wooden houses. 

Book your trip to Sweden with Exoticca


Our team at Exoticca takes all the stress out of arranging your all-inclusive Sweden vacation packages. We organize everything in advance so you can focus on checking off extraordinary sights and experiences.

Sweden vacation packages all-inclusive: Flights, hotel, tours & transfers

At Exoticca we’re committed to making travel accessible and affordable for everybody. Almost all of our Sweden package tours include flights, transfers, accommodation, tours, and even some meals. 

Please note that our all-inclusive options vary so check your choice carefully. Download our digital App for an offline itinerary. Customers can count on our 24/7 in-trip assistance.

Sweden partially or fully guided

Exoticca produces and directs escorted tours of Sweden. You can choose from guided, escorted, semi-escorted, or independent options. 

If you prefer a private trip, contact our representatives to assist with comprehensive itineraries. We leave you in charge of your time and the pace of your journey.

Trust the Exoticca team to use decades of travel experience to craft fun and fulfilling schedules for you. We empower you to travel without the stress of organization. We allow you to detach from the daily grind, making the most of your valuable time off.

Our local, experienced guides are professional and provide informative and educational perspectives. They add local knowledge, experience, interpretations, and history to our trips to Sweden. 

Crafted by our own travel experts

Our experts utilize years of personal experience to create efficient and thorough voyages. Exoticca ensures intensive coverage to maximize your experience. We include all the most compelling sights to widen your horizons with enriching adventures and cultural encounters.

We take you outside your comfort zone, allowing you to discover faraway lands safely and securely. Exoticca knows that relaxation and free time are vital to balanced vacations. We test-drive our itineraries to ensure convenient trips to Sweden from Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days are enough to visit Sweden?


Most tourists consider at least ten days the minimum. That’s enough time for a few days in Stockholm, a road trip to Gothenburg and the south, and a day trip to the Danish capital. Round off your journey with an unforgettable view of the epic Northern Lights.

What is the best month to visit Sweden?


It depends on what you hope to do or see. The high season is during the vibrant summer from June to August, offering warm weather and long days. The best time to see the Northern Lights in Swedish Lapland is from September to March. 

What month can you see the northern lights in Sweden?


The best time for Northern Lights tours of Sweden is between September and March (winter) in Swedish Lapland. While it occurs all day, dark skies promote epic displays of this cosmic phenomenon. It’s optimal between 9 pm and 2 am.

Is Sweden tourist friendly?


The Swedes are warm and friendly to visitors, foreigners, and migrants. Not only is it one of the happiest countries, but it also ranks high in terms of quality of life and levels of freedom.

Is Sweden affordable to visit?


Sweden tours aren’t inexpensive because the country drives a strong economy and high standards of living. Strict labor laws and high taxes mean prices for goods and services can be steep compared to other European countries.

Sweden tourist attractions

More information about Sweden

Bordered by Norway and Finland and connected to Denmark by a seriously impressive trans-national bridge, the Scandinavian country of Sweden oozes culture and a laid-back approach to life. Thousands of islands dot the coastline, many of which can only be accessed by boat. On the mainland, Gothenburg, Malmo and Stockholm are the principle cities, all of which sit in a privileged position on the coast, enjoying beautiful harbours and seaside promenades and the country itself is known worldwide for its successful exports, from the likes of IKEA and Volvo to the much-loved band, ABBA.

From the forest-covered north to the archipelagos of the south, Sweden is impeccably designed, with well-made, practical and aesthetically pleasing architecture and incredibly clean and tidy streets and public places.

Outside of the big cities, nature prevails in all its glory, thanks to a pleasantly varied climate. In Sweden you are never far from quaint island villages, dense forests, quiet beaches or crystal clear lakes, making it the perfect place to enjoy a plethora of outdoor pursuits, from sailing to hiking. Cafe culture is alive throughout the cities, and the ancient traditions and folklore of the Viking age is still evident with relics from the past dotted around the country in museums and archeological sites.

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with a minimum of 6 months validity required.

  • Visa

    No visa is required to enter the country.

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    UTC + 01:00.

  • Currency

    Swedish Krona

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  • Electricity

    220 V. Type F plug.

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers from Canada.

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