The most beautiful routes in Sweden

There is something magical and unique about Swedish nature. Ideal for motorhome enthusiasts to be enchanted and fascinated! The northern lights in winter, the midnight sun in summer or the magnificence and generosity of nature inspire everyone. Rocky coasts and white sandy beaches, deep green forests and meadows full of wildflowers: Sweden convinces with an incredible diversity and a calming, impressive "atmosphere". It is also important not to forget the Swedish traditions. Progressive and modern Sweden is crazy about centuries-old traditions and celebrations. Midsummer, celebrating the longest day of the year, is a big holiday, almost as big as Christmas. It also celebrates Easter and a cancer festival and a variety of "unholy" days, including Cinnamon Roll Day, Waffle Day, and practically an entire season dedicated to a sticky almond paste and a cream bun.

Sweden is one of the largest and most sparsely populated countries in Europe. Swedish Lapland is one of the last wildernesses in our latitudes and tens of thousands of islands lie off Sweden's wild coast. Thanks to a network of national parks, hiking trails, camping and RV parks, along with good, natural infrastructure, even the most remote part of the country is accessible to “mobilists”. You just have to “experience” it individually and with your own eyes. In a country as big and diverse as Sweden, you're sure to find a favorite place that suits your interests and makes you feel good. In Swedish, such places are called "smultronställen" after the wild strawberries that you can find in many beautiful places in summer and eat them right away. Every region of Sweden has its own charm. Northern Sweden, including legendary Swedish Lapland, is unique. Here you can marvel at the world's first 'Ice Hotel', and at the end of an exciting day, sit around the campfire with the Sami and hear tales of dog sledding adventures and reindeer herding. You should definitely try the regional specialty "Souvas". What's more, there's no better view of the fantastic Northern Lights than from the Aurora Sky Station.

In summer we are lured by fishing, or rather fly fishing. Fishing your own salmon or arctic char in the glow of the midnight sun and then roasting it on the grill awakens a love of adventure and romance. Of course, you should also lace up your hiking boots here and, for example, set out on the famous King's Trail (Kungsleden). An impressive nature experience! The towns of Luleå and Kiruna are the last outposts of civilization, modernity and convenience, just minutes from untouched wilderness.

Northern Sweden and Lapland are indeed incomparable. Central Sweden attracts with numerous interesting places, events and activities. It is clear that we must visit the capital Stockholm, but the medieval cities of Uppsala and Sigtuna, which compete for the title of the country's 'prettiest city', should not be left out of our itinerary either. Further north, in the province of Dalarna, be sure to visit the impressive copper mine at Falun, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Southern Sweden offers open landscapes, Skånes, forests and lakes in Astrid Lindgren's homeland of Småland, sandy and rocky beaches by the sea and colorful Swedish cottages everywhere. The large islands of Gotland and Öland are popular holiday destinations. The two metropolises of Gothenburg and Malmö, located by the sea, are suitable for city trips where you can combine culture, enjoyment and nature experiences. A visit to Gotland is also an absolute must. Gotland, Sweden's island of knights and rockets, the country's largest island, is a dream destination in the Baltic Sea thanks to sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, mysterious rock formations and culinary specialties. The capital Visby experienced its heyday in the Middle Ages and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its historic town centre. The neighboring island of Fårö is also worth a visit.

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The most beautiful routes in Sweden

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depending on the route

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Contact details

mein-PLATZ Service GmbH
Weiherweg 38
D-82194 Gröbenzell

info(at)mein-platz.com
www.mein-platz.com
Fon: +49 (0)8142 506721

 

Geographical features

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