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Åre

Åre

A Swedish ski resort comparable with the mountain villages in the Alps, Åre has seen an increasing number of visitors every year. With a total piste length of 95 kilometres, around 100 descents, 40 lifts, almost 50 restaurants and over 30 bars and nightclubs, it is arguably Sweden’s number one ski resort.
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Höga Kusten

Höga Kusten

Far up in the northern Europe is a place where nature's forces during 20.000 years has shaped a dramatic landscape with the world's highest coastline. Mountains plunging straight into the depths of the sea in a way that makes you breathless. Here you'll get to experience the real, unexploited and genuine Sweden. The bold visitors can try fermented herring and climbing but the High Coast of Sweden is more harmony than adrenaline. Through endless opportunities to be active in the nature with the ones you care for, you regain strength to your urban, pacy everyday life. Welcome to the High Coast of Sweden!
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Idre

Idre

Northern Dalarna is covered in winter snow and ice for several months of the year. And we make the most of everything winter has to offer: the frozen lakes, cross-country trails, downhill skiing and walks in the snowcovered forests. Cross-Country skiing is a popular activity in northern Dalarna, in total theres mote than 500 km of well-prepared trails to choose from, some close to urban areas while others wind their way through deep forests and panoramic mountains. Alpine skiing, dog sledding, fishing, snowmobiling are just some of the acitivies available during winter in northern Dalarna.
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Karlstad

Karlstad

Karlstad is a wonderfully compact Swedish city, built on a grid pattern with wide, tree-lined streets, avenues, promenades and squares. Karlstad has a "big city" feel, with many quality hotel and other accommodation options, with the advantage that Karlstad’s many attractions are just a short walk away: shopping streets, malls and arcades, culture, historical sites, urban nature activities, parks, transport and amenities. Don’t forget that this is child-friendly Sweden and children are welcome everywhere in Karlstad.
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Kiruna

Kiruna

250 kilometres north of the polar circle the summer sun shines for almost two months without going down, while the polar nights offer the most intense northern lights that can be found. You can do slalom skiing here until midsummer, or spend the night in a magnificent hotel built out of ice. The kingdom of contrasts is a hackneyed phrase, but Kiruna is the original.
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Luleå

Luleå

Luleå is the heart of northern Sweden with big city amenities and small-town neighborhood. A real winter wonderland with white expanses and a summery island city that tops the sun league tables year after year. Luleå combines the fascinating nature with culture, shopping, entertainment, good accommodation and good service. Welcome to explore Luleå – The Luleå way!
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Östersund

Östersund

In Östersund, you will enjoy life all year around. The city is "just enough" with a very own charming atmosphere and many things unique. The crisp air, the bright, long summer nights and the white winters with lots of snow make it really easy to like not only the city of Östersund, but also its surroundings. Östersund is located in the centre of the county of Jämtland, the self-proclaimed republic. Here you will find pleasant shopping, several small cafés, exciting cultural life and also a wide range of outdoor activities.
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Säfsen Resort

Säfsen Resort

In scenic southwestern Dalarna you'll find Säfsen Resort, an experience destination with year-round activities, from full-fledged ski resort in winter to downhill biking and outdoor activities during the summer, spring and autumn. Säfsen is an ideal destination with lots of activities and adventure for the whole family. With just 130 km from Örebro, 270 km from Stockholm and 340 km from Gothenburg, it is easy to get here.
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Siljan

Siljan

Welcome to the rolling landscape around Lake Siljan in the middle of Dalarna! A landscape formed by a meteorite impact 366 million years ago! Here you’ll find an intriguing mix of traditional and modern in the form of music, festivals, Midsummer celebrations, working summer dairy farms and much, much more. The area has a fantastic nature with great opportunities for those seeking outdoor experiences: paddling, biking, hiking, riding, swimming, fishing and in the winter: cross-country and downhill skiing, skating, ice fishing, snowshoeing.
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Västerås

Västerås

Sweden’s seventh largest city is also one of the country’s oldest. Welcome to Västerås! You’ll find activities and events for the entire family to enjoy here as well as a rich cultural life, a vibrant night life, a boiling sea life and an exciting history. You can spend the night under water or among the treetops, visit a Guide Michelin award winning cathedral and Sweden’s largest burial mound Anundshög – there really is something for everyone in Västerås!
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