7 Days trip in Sweden

Budget: 2000 USD - 3000 USD Food exploration Historical landmarks City sightseeing Shopping
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Sweden is a Nordic country with a strong welfare state, high standard of living, and varied geography. Its people are known for their reserved but friendly nature and progressive values.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to SEK
SEK 10.56
️ -0.73°C
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Gamla Stan

    180 minutes

    Visit the old town of Stockholm, the Gamla Stan, and witness its historic landmarks and architecture. Take a guided walking tour to learn more about the history of the city.

  2. Östermalms Saluhall

    120 minutes

    Visit Östermalms Saluhall, the famous indoor market in Stockholm, and sample some of the best food in the city. Try traditional Swedish dishes like meatballs, herring, and smoked salmon.

  3. Drottninggatan

    180 minutes

    Explore Drottninggatan, the main shopping street in Stockholm, and find unique stores, fashion shops, and souvenir shops. Look for Swedish design, art, and handicrafts.

Day 2

  1. Vasa Museum

    180 minutes

    Visit the Vasa Museum, which houses the world famous 17th-century warship that sank on its maiden voyage in 1628.

  2. Fotografiska

    120 minutes

    Visit one of the world's largest photography museums at Fotografiska, and discover the works of famous photographers from around the world.

  3. Bryggan Göteborg

    180 minutes

    Kick off the evening in Gothenburg and indulge in some seafood delights at the Bryggan Göteborg, a seafood restaurant with a stunning view of the city's harbor.

Day 3

  1. Drottningholms Slott

    240 minutes

    Visit the Drottningholms Slott, the official residence of the Swedish royal family, and explore its magnificent palace and gardens.

  2. Sergels torg

    240 minutes

    Head to Sergels torg, the central square of Stockholm, and check out the shopping complex of Åhléns City, which offers fashion, cosmetics, and home furnishings.

  3. The Flying Elk

    180 minutes

    For dinner, visit The Flying Elk, a gourmet pub with a charismatic atmosphere serving Nordic-inspired cuisine with a modern twist.

Day 4

  1. Skansen

    240 minutes

    A popular destination, visit historic Skansen which is open-air museum and zoo that showcases Sweden's history and culture in an interactive way.

  2. Fjällgatan

    120 minutes

    Discover Fjällgatan, a scenic viewpoint in Stockholm that affords views of the city skyline. Pack a picnic, watch ships pass on the harbor, and take photos of the spectacular view.

  3. Stureplan

    240 minutes

    End your day shopping in Stureplan, one of the city's fashionable districts with boutiques, specialty stores, and trendy restaurants.

Day 5

  1. Haga district

    300 minutes

    Explore the Haga district of Gothenburg, a historic and charming neighborhood of cobblestone streets, colourful houses, and coffee shops. Savor some of Sweden's famous pastries like cinnamon and cardamom buns.

  2. Universeum

    180 minutes

    Visit Universeum, a science discovery center that appeals to all ages, featuring exhibitions, interactive installations, and live animal displays.

  3. Fiskekrogen

    180 minutes

    End the day with dinner at Fiskekrogen, a seafood restaurant that brings the catch of the day to your plate. Taste the freshest fish and seafood dishes in Gothenburg.

Day 6

  1. Stockholm Palace

    240 minutes

    Take a guided tour of the Stockholm Palace, one of the town's top attractions and the official residence of the King of Sweden.

  2. Nordiska Kompaniet

    240 minutes

    Discover Nordiska Kompaniet, a department store in Stockholm that offers stylish clothing, accessories, and interior design.

  3. Meatballs for the People

    120 minutes

    For a quick dinner, savor the traditional Swedish meatballs dish at Meatballs for the People, a popular restaurant in the trendy district of Södermalm.

Day 7

  1. Liseberg

    300 minutes

    Spend your last day at Liseberg, Scandinavia's largest amusement park offering thrilling rides, a beautiful garden, and panoramic views of Gothenburg.

  2. Fish Market

    180 minutes

    Experience the Fish Market, a seafood hotspot and open market in Gothenburg's harbor area. Sample various fresh fish and seafood dishes from different sellers.

  3. Magazine

    180 minutes

    Finish your final evening in Gothenburg at Magazine, a modern restaurant that serves Scandinavian cuisine, using locally sourced and organic ingredients.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-50 USD per night
70-200 USD per night
50-150 USD per night


Public Transportation
3-7 USD per ride
50-100 USD per ride
Car Rental
50-100 USD per day


Street Food
5-10 USD per meal
Budget Restaurants
10-25 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-150 USD per meal


Entrance fee to Historical Landmarks
10-20 USD per person
City Sightseeing Tour
30-50 USD per person
Shopping in Malls
50-200 USD

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