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Map of Nordic Fjords & Stockholm's Canals
Nordic Fjords & Stockholm's Canals

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Norway & Sweden in 10 days

Nordic Fjords & Stockholm's Canals

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Encounter the natural wonders of Norway and the magical city of Stockholm. From the breathtaking Fjord of Dreams and Geilo, to discovering the beautiful archipelago that forms Stockholm.

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Sweden Tours and Holiday 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.

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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.

  • Time zone

    UTC + 01:00.

  • Currency

    Swedish Krona

  • Language


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  • Electricity

    220 V. Type F plug.

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers from Canada.

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