Resorts of Sweden: photos, description

Resorts of Sweden

Resorts of Sweden

Carlson chose Stockholm as his location for a reason! It is very pleasant to rest in Sweden, and a well-fed man in the prime of his life knew a lot about pleasures ... Russian tourists go to Sweden, as a rule, for the Christmas holidays. Firstly, New Year's fairs and sales allow not only admiring the richly illuminated streets and squares of Swedish cities, but also indulge in unbridled shopping. And, secondly, in November the season begins in the famous ski resorts of Sweden.

For or Against?

The traditional heading about the advantages and disadvantages of resting in the resorts of Sweden will be especially short. It will not take long to fly here, visas are given without problems, airfare is quite humane, and the infrastructure of the ski areas in the country makes you feel like a king for both a beginner and an experienced skier. There is only one minus of such an enterprise - Sweden, in principle, is not a cheap country. But with a creative approach to vacation planning, this disadvantage can be minimized..

In children's dreams

The main children's resort in Sweden is Liseberg, included in the TOP-10 of the best amusement parks in the world, not by anyone, but by the authoritative edition of Forbes. Liza's Land was discovered back in 1923, and since then it has been a favorite vacation spot for both Swedish and foreign children..
35 diverse attractions and entertainment facilities at the Swedish children's resort include the world's best wooden roller coasters, ghost and fairy rides, castles with fairy-tale characters, including the unsurpassed master of entertainment Karlson.
Adults also do not get bored in Liseberg, because even world-famous rock stars give concerts on its music venue..

Always in the TOP

For fans of winter sports, ski resorts in Sweden are the optimal combination of ideal slopes, simple but comfortable hotels, and quite reasonable prices, compared to many alpine ski areas:

  • Riksgransen, Sweden's oldest historic ski center, is 250 km north of the Arctic Circle. The tiny town, in which only three dozen people live, becomes the center of attraction for skiers and snowboarders, as soon as the polar night subsides. The full season in this Swedish resort begins in February, when the length of the day allows for comfortable skiing, and in May, snowboarding competitions of world importance are invariably held here..
  • Branas, in contrast, is one of Sweden's most modern skiing regions. There are slopes for both beginners and advanced athletes, but the bulk of the slopes are intended for intermediate skiers. Snow cannons guarantee excellent piste quality, and technically advanced lifts prevent skiers from getting bored for too long in queues.

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