Dog Sledding Stockholm: Visiting The Floating City

Visit Stockholm On The Way To Your Dog Sledding Experience

The diverse city of Stockholm welcomes every visitor and all guests from all over the world with open arms. The perfect place before or after your husky dog sled tour in the far north! With countless sights and a comfortable city life, the capital of Sweden offers so much for a city break. In and around Stockholm. 

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Stockholm in Winter: A Diverse City To Explore Before Or After Your Dog Sled Tour

Whether it be first-class culture, shopping, varied cuisine or breathtaking nature: in Stockholm, there is something for everyone. Fondly referred to as the "floating city", it stretches across 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and overlooks the beautiful Baltic Sea. In winter you can expect unique views and the typical charm of Sweden: the omnipresent cosiness, a comfortable pace of life for a city. Hardly any other big city in Europe is so multi-faceted and characterised by such a high quality of life. Whether before or after your trip, a stopover is worthwhile and will complete your husky dog sled adventure. Take advantage of one of the many options to get to Stockholm and make your arrival/departure as pleasant as possible by land, by water or by air, the choice is yours.

Moderna Museet

One of the best museums in Stockholm should be on top of your list. The Moderna Museet boasts an incredible collection of 20th and 21st Century art. In addition, the museum has a fantastic restaurant, which invites you to linger and sample some delectable local cuisine.

Old Town Gamla Stan

This beautiful district should not be missed on your winter walk. In the Old Town, the history of Stockholm began in the Middle Ages and this is still noticeable today. Look forward to winding cobbled lanes, eerie underground vaults, and charming narrow houses.

Vasa Museum

Marvel at the restored warship from 1628 which sank on its maiden voyage outside Stockholm. Let yourself be impressed by this attraction from the distant past.