Discover Sweden 7D/6N

Visit Stockholm and travel from there to the extraordinary Treehotel in Swedish Lapland and the famous Aurora Sky station in Abisko where you have excellent chances of observing the Northern Lights.

From Sweden you travel further north to Norway to visit the Northern Lights city of Tromsø.

Tour Highlights

  • Spend the day exploring Stockholm, both by land and by sea.
  • Experience a night nestled in the Swedish pines
  • Visit the Paris of the North – Tromsø
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Tour Information


  • - 4 nights hotel accommodation in a standard room with private shower/WC, including breakfast.
  • - Overnight train from Stockholm to Boden. Accommodation in shared 6-berth sleeping compartment.
  • - 1 night in a “Tree Room” at the Treehotel, including breakfast.
  • - Return transfer from the train station Boden to the Treehotel
  • - Train from Boden to Abisko
  • - Return ticket by cable car to Aurora Sky Station, including warm aurora watchers overall and a guided tour.
  • - Train from Abisko to Narvik.
  • - Bus from Narvik to Tromsø.
  • - Electronic travel documentation, including a detailed travel itinerary and travel vouchers.

Departure Dates - Independent Adventure:

Daily departures, all year


Day 1: Arrival in Stockholm

Arrival in Stockholm according to your own itinerary.

The Swedish capital has a 750 year old history and a rich cultural life. Stockholm offers many places of interest such as the Royal Palace, Stockholm Cathedral, the City hall and Gamla Stan (Old Town) – one of the best preserved medieval city centres in Europe.

You will find everything from historical buildings to trendy bars and cafes, modern shopping malls to unique boutiques and from vibrant city life to the tranquillity of the Stockholm archipelago.

Accommodation in Stockholm.

Day 2: Stockholm - overnight train to Treehotel

Breakfast at the hotel.

Spend the day exploring Stockholm, both by land and by sea.

We recommend one of the optional sightseeing tours, e.g. the Stockholm Panorama which will give you a good impression of the city and its sights or perhaps try your skills at long distance ice skating on the numerous large and small lakes of Lake Mälaren.

Around 21:00pm, your overnight train to Boden departs from Stockholm. Sleep onboard the train as you speed through the Swedish countryside

Day 3: Day at leisure - overnight at Treehotel

Arrival at Boden train station around 10:30am.

Transfer from the train station to the Treehotel is included.

The Treehotel is located in Harads, near the Lule River. The village has a population of about 600 people and it features a restaurant, shop and guest house.

When you arrive at the Treehotel, you will check in at Britta’s Guest House. From there it is a short stroll through the beautiful nature to your tree room.

The eco-friendly Treehotel consists of six rooms, each designed by a different Swedish architect, nestled between 4 to 6 metres up in the pines. Here you can enjoy the quiet, timelessness and harmony that are found in the tree and the surroundings.

In winter, you can hire snow shoes, cross country skis or a kick sled and explore the surroundings on your own. You can also relax at the Tree Sauna or the hot tub.

Britta’s Guest House has an authentic 1930-50’s setting and offers a restaurant, bar, sauna, TV, and internet access.

Accommodation in a tree room.

Day 4: Abisko Northern Lights Observations

Breakfast at the Treehotel followed by a 35-minute transfer to the Boden Train Station.

Around 11:00 in the morning you take a train from Boden to Abisko with arrival in the afternoon around 16:30 (there is a departure at 6am as well in case you want to add activities in Abisko today). The Abisko hotel is located in walking distance from the train station.

In the evening you will take the chairlift to the Aurora Sky Station, giving you amazing views and excellent chances to spot the Northern Lights. The sky above the mountain station is often clear, even when fog covers other parts of Lapland so the chances to spot the Northern Lights are excellent. You will be provided with warm overalls and blankets.

At the Aurora Sky Station you will find a panorama café selling coffee, tea, cakes and sandwiches, a souvenir shop and look-out tower.

There is also a northern lights exhibition, which emphasizes observing and understanding the northern lights. The observations are made with help of both radio receivers and northern lights cameras.

Day 5: Travel from Abisko to Tromsø (Norway)

Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning at leisure before taking a train from Abisko to Narvik. This is a panoramic train ride through the mountainous Abisko National Park and down to the fjord.

In Narvik you change to a bus and drive to Tromsø.

Arrival in Tromsø in the evening.

Accommodation in Tromsø.

***If you are interested in visiting the unique Polar Park in Bardu north of Narvik (and on the way to Tromsø), you need to spend an extra night in Narvik.

Day 6: Day at leisure - Tromsø

Breakfast at the hotel.

This day is at your own leisure to experience Tromsø, often referred to as Paris of the North due to its lively atmosphere.

Sights of interest in Tromsø include the Arctic Cathedral, Polaria, the Polar Museum and the Northern Light Planetarium.

Day 7: Departure from Tromsø

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure from Tromsø according to your own itinerary.