There are so many reasons to combine your visit to the Tree Hotel with a short break in Stockholm - be it the opportunity to visit the fascinating Vasa museum or perhaps drink a cocktail or three at any of Stockholm's trendy bars. Stockholm has something for everyone. Then there is Tree Hotel - one of the most amazing hotels in the world - What's not to love!
If you’re looking to combine a Stockholm City break and a visit to one of the most talked about hotels in the World – the Tree Hotel – then this is the perfect short break to the Arctic for you. Stockholm City is the perfect location for anyone who loves restaurants, cultural experiences or is just looking for a short city break to Stockholm as part of a slightly longer holiday. The Tree Hotel is a unique accommodation and gives guests the opportunity to stay in a mirror cube, a UFO, a birds nest and a small selection of other amazing accommodation options. Given there are only 7 of these unique rooms, be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
**If you don’t fancy a break in Stockholm, why not combine your Tree Hotel stay with a stay at the Ice Hotel? Info: https://www.arcticdirect.co.uk/package/icehotel-treehotel/ **
- Direct flight from Heathrow/Manchester to Stockholm
- Return airport transfers in Stockholm
- City Accommodation: 2 nights at 4* Lady Hamilton, Stockholm – Bed and Breakfast
- 24 hour City Pass (including hop on/off bus, museum entrances, boat rides etc)
- Direct flight from Stockholm to Lulea
- All Transfers to/from Tree Hotel
- Bed and Breakfast throughout stay
- 2 nights at Tree Hotel (7 unique accommodations – perhaps the mirror cube / the UFO or one of the other rooms)
- Drive your own Husky sled – 2 hour Husky Tour
- Northern Lights Snowmobile safari – approx 2 ½ hour
- Thermal clothing for tours
- Return flight from Lulea via Stockholm to Heathrow/Manchester
- ATOL Protection
Price from £2050 per person
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Things to do in Stockholm:
In a city like Stockholm, you won’t be stuck for things to do to keep you amused but if you need a little inspiration, you may want to consider a visit to a museum. For a relatively small capital city, there are a huge amount of museums in Stockholm: at the moment there are around 80, with new ones opening all the time. If you can only visit one, make it the Vasa Museum. The Vasa was once the most powerful warship in the Baltic but it sank in Stockholm, and was later raised from the seabed 333 years later. It’s now the only preserved 17th century ship in the entire world, so it’s no wonder it’s the most visited museum in the whole of Scandinavia. http://www.vasamuseet.se/en
Stockholm has more museums per capita than almost anywhere else in the world. The National Museum alone has almost 50,000 paintings and objects on display, and many museums are either free or offer ‘free days’. – http://www.nationalmuseum.se/sv/English-startpage/
If museums aren’t you’re thing, how about sitting back and people watching over Fika? Swedish Fika is a concept meaning to have coffee, usually with a cake on the side. It’s an important part of Scandi life, like the siesta is to Spain or pub culture is to England. So do as the Swedes do and head to a local cafe for a large coffee and delicious cinnamon bun.
If you’re looking for things to do in Stockholm – Visit Stockholm shares lots of tips and info @ https://www.visitstockholm.com/guides/stockholm-top-10/
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