No Limit Street Art Borås


  • Tour for an art festival of street art and sculptures where you learn about the festival, the pieces, and the artists


Abisko National Park


  • Park established in 1909 during the first nature conservation laws in Sweden
  • Protected area due to northern Nordic nature in its original condition and its importance to scientific research
  • Being north of the Arctic Circle, summer hikers can see the midnight sun, and in winter, visitors can see the aurora borealis pollution-free


Vasa Museum

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  • Maritime museum displaying the only almost full intact 17th century ship that has ever been salvaged
  • The ship is a 64 gun warship named Vasa that sank on its maiden voyage in 1628
  • #12 of the top 25 museums in the world
  • Opened in 1990


Drottningholm Palace


  • Private residence of the Swedish royal family
  • Originally built in the 16th century
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


Karlskrona Naval Base


  • Largest naval base of the Swedish Navy
  • Located at a strategic location, arcs of the islands provide a strong defense from sea and land attacks
  • Contains the longest wooden building in the country
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site




  • Best-preserved medieval city in Scandinavia
  • Notable historical remains include a long town wall that encircles the town center, as well as a number of church ruins
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site




  • Cemetery reflecting the development of architecture from Nordic Classicism to mature functionalism
  • Built following an international design competition in 1915
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


High Coast

  • Part of the coast and notable as a research area on post-glacial rebound and eustacy, in which land rises as the covering glaciers melt
  • The phenomenon was first recognized and studied there
  • Since the last ice age, the land has risen, which accounts for the region’s unusually tall cliffs
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site




  • City that stretches across 14 islands
  • Settled in the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


Guitars – The Museum


  • Museum previously hosted as a school, dating back to 1904
  • The venue includes a rock club, restaurant, music store, and record shop
  • The collection consists mostly of electric guitars from the 1950s and 1960s
  • With over 500 guitars, it is described as the largest museum of its kind in the world


Southern Gothenburg Archipelago


  • Archipelago that is completely car free, transport is carried out by means of cycles, delivery mopeds, electric cars, and ferries
  • Famous location during the Viking Age



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  • Region offering skiing trails, ice skating, and snowmobiling
  • Includes bird watching, fishing, and hiking




  • Walkway opened in 1998 named after archaeologist and historian Oscar Montelius




all flights $1,701

food $36/day x 17 days = $612

hotel $74/day x 14 days = $1,036

tickets (all attractions) $184

TOTAL for whole itinerary $3,533