Sweden is regarded as a lovely destination, with everything from pristine rainforests and charming cities to cuisines, fascinating history, and top activities to enjoy. It definitely introduces a variety of activities that will allow people to be enchanted by the country's natural landscape. Hence, here are ten things to do in Sweden while admiring its scenery.

10 Sleep On Trees

Treehotel offers eco-friendly accommodation on top of a tree, complete with home-like facilities and spacious beds in a modern interior style. Every guest has a one-of-a-kind stay and an unforgettable experience. Furthermore, each accommodation has a great view of the entire forest surrounded by stunning landscapes. The Treehotel is located in Edeforsvagen, Harads, and features a fantastic cooking crew, a sauna and hot tub, and a variety of activities such as hiking, fat biking, kayaking, and so on. Room rates start at $600 per night.

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9 Experience A Panoramic Sauna

Kiruna, Sweden's northernmost city, is home to the golden Solar Egg. It is situated in the middle of the snow, with panoramic views of Sweden's mountain ranges. It is regarded as one of the most stunning and popular sauna locations. The egg's shiny exterior conceals a wood-burning furnace with a spacious interior. It is open from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday through Saturday. In addition, the sauna is close to the IceHotel in Jukkasjarvi.

8 Experience Viking Life

Experience Viking life in Visby, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Gotland Island. Every visitor will undoubtedly have a Viking experience in this walled town with its spectacular cathedrals, pristine beaches, antique markets, live acts such as fire displays, traditional parades, and so on. Viking delights, particularly walnut shots and alcoholic beverage tankards of mead, are also must-try when visiting the town. Visby's typical daily budget ranges from $76 to $104 per person, depending on the itinerary.

7 Go On A Hike

Follow in the footsteps of a King on The King's Hiking Trail, which is one of the best ways to discover Sweden's natural beauty and ruggedness. The 425-kilometer Kungsleden, or King's hiking trail, winds through mountains, lakes, woods, and valleys. There are shorter sections of the course to accomplish, but 18 days is the best time to finish the entire journey. Along the journey, hikers can find cabins and hotel accommodations or bring their camping equipment.

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6 Boating Tour

Stockholm is the largest archipelago in Sweden as it is home to over 30,000 distinct islands boasting spectacular natural scenery, rugged cliffs, lush greenery, and beautiful coastlines. The best way to have picturesque views of these natural wonders is via boat or on a cruise tour. There are plenty of guided tours that arrange an Archipelago Tour with a duration of 2.5 to 3 hours. Furthermore, the tour costs $37 per person and includes free Wi-Fi, a bar, a cafeteria and restaurant, and a restroom.

5 Climb Up In Twisting Tower

The Turning Torso, designed by Santiago Calatrava, a renowned Spanish architect, is located in the city of Malmo and is the tallest tower in Sweden and the second-highest residential construction in Europe. It towers over all other buildings and structures in the city; it is divided into nine five-story pentagons with a top component that twists 90 degrees from the structure's base. The stunning views from the tower's rooftop are only available during the summer, and the top two floors can be reserved for conferences and meetings. The tower's admission ticket is $5, including an audio guide.

4 Visit The Oresund Bridge

The Oresund Bridge is a popular sight in Sweden; it allows individuals to travel between Denmark and Sweden in just 10 minutes due to the train link's entire length of 16 kilometers. The bridge offers breathtaking sunset views, which tourists can experience by taking a road trip, sailing on a ship, staying at Luftkastellet's terrace, restaurants, and bars, or the conference facility nestled in Sweden's cliffs. Malmo's car rentals begin at $5.75 per day for those who prefer road trips, and ship sailing starts at $730.

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3 Visit The Village Of Sigtuna

Sigtuna is Sweden's oldest town as it is over 1,000 years old and features a remarkably well-preserved and charming historic town core with adorable shops, as well as various lovely cafes and restaurants. The heraldic inscriptions and medieval church remains are fascinating to examine, and strolling through the little lanes and alleys dotted with old wooden cottages will surely give every visitor a sense of medieval Sweden. Having a picnic on Lake Malaren or meandering through the streets to admire the colorful structures are some of the things to do here while enjoying the magnificent surroundings.

2 Skiing

Skiing is a popular sport in Sweden, and the town of Are is a perfect location for this activity. Because of its prominent slopes, night skiing opportunities, and so on, Are has hosted several World Cup games. The town also has excellent restaurants, stores with rental equipment, bars, and ski resorts for all visitors to enjoy. It is also a paradise for hikers during the summer due to the abundance of activities available. In addition, the ski lifts provide a stunning view of the town's snow-capped mountain ranges.

1 Take A Trip To Aurora Sky Station.

The Aurora Sky Station is a hilltop observatory center for the Northern Lights located 68.2 kilometers north of Abisko and 18.4 kilometers east of Lapland. It is the best place to see the breathtaking Aurora Borealis, especially from November to March. Aside from witnessing the Northern Lights, there are a variety of activities to do here, such as chairlifts, skiing, canoeing, fishing, and hiking. Additionally, the Guitar Museum and Church Town can also be seen here.

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