CHRISTMAS AND COZY MOMENTS ARE JUST AROUND THE CORNER


It's no secret that Swedes have high expectations when it comes to Christmas. On 24th December, families exchange presents, they feast, socialize, and go out for walks into the great outdoors. The rooftops are snowy, the candles are flickering, and the warming scents of mulled wine and gingerbread are ever-present. From Stockholm to Malmö, Swedish cities, towns and villages come alive during the darker days of the year, when markets open up on the main square, carols are in the air and herds of reindeer can be spotted in the snowy landscape. So whether you are visiting Sweden near the start of the season, for Christmas day, or closer to the new year, you can be certain that you will be met with the bright Christmas spirit that Swedes have so effortlessly mastered. Not to mention, good food, a lively atmosphere and plenty of fun traditions to go around.