With years of experience in travel and event management, our DMC-NORDIC Incentives and Event’ team is professional, flexible, service-minded and multi-lingual.
We can reassure you that we can provide you with fast and relevant information, finding the most suitable solution customised to your needs, and guaranteed to deliver the highest level of service. We have a network of professional, certified guides throughout Scandinavia, and combined with our long-term relationships with an extensive range of hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions, we can deliver service, experiences and highly competitive prices tailored to your specific needs.
And because it's our mantra to continually improve and enhance our expertise across the region, we regularly conduct site inspections and familiarisations to keep 110% abreast of what's happening. Get us involved and we'll reveal some splendid hidden pearls!
Stretching from the South Baltic Sea to far beyond the Arctic Circle, Sweden has plenty to enchant. Embrace the rural tranquility of south Sweden. In the north, the wild Arctic frontier unfolds picturesque villages with wooden houses and spectacular coastal vistas. And of course, there's the hip, cosmopolitan beat of Stockholm. Lose yourself in the vast and varied nature of Sweden with deep green forests, countless islands and archipelagos, dramatic mountain ranges, or trace Swedish history from Vikings to ABBA in the country’s countless world-class museums.
Summer season is temperate and pleasant with long bright days, including the midnight sun above the Arctic Circle, This presents a generous number of outdoor activities and adventures in both the cities and out amongst the breathtaking landscapes. Winter is a sport enthusiast’s paradise with plenty winter sport options in the mountains and exciting snow-based incentive and team-building programs above and below the Arctic Circle.
■ Lose yourself in the colourful nooks and crannies of Gamla Stan – Stockholm’s charming 18th century old town
■ Explore the unique and fascinating Vasa Museum, built around the hapless Swedish warship from 1628 that capsized within minutes into its maiden voyage
■ Discover the medieval charm of Visby on the island of Gotland – a UNESCO World Heritage site
■ Enjoy skiing and winter sports adventures throughout the countless ski resorts in the Swedish mountains
■ Discover the strong and colourful Sami culture in Northern Sweden, transcending to the frontiers of Norway, Sweden and Finland
■ Immerse yourself in Sweden’s vast unspoiled nature with fishing, trekking, mountain biking or horseback riding in one of countless national parks and sanctuaries
■ Enjoy canoeing or kayaking on the lakes, in the archipelagos, or perhaps experience an exciting whitewater rafting adventure
■ Take a scenic cruise on one of the many vintage steam vessels that traverse the picturesque archipelagos and waterways of central Sweden
"...You developed a wonderful programme which completely fulfilled the brief of showcasing highlights of the destination. As well as developing creative elements across the whole programme, both you and your team were very good listeners, responding positively to every suggestion and request with a great “can do” attitude – whilst still keeping us realistic. Just what you need from a brilliant DMC! I would be very happy indeed to recommend DMC Sweden to any organizer who requires a creative partner and superior service." MICE Forum, 2019
"Sweden was better than I’d ever imagined. Everyone in the group had a great time thank you. DMC Sweden provided high quality, consistent information and correspondence in the months leading up to our event. All questions were answered diligently, and travel deviation requests were executed accurately. On the ground, the office staff were well prepared and welcoming of our tour leaders which facilitated a smooth welcome to Sweden. All the operators and guides were fantastic. I look forward to seeing you again soon." Doctors Meeting, Australia, 2017
Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe, border lines with Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the Øresund. Less than three per cent of Sweden’s land area is built up and forests cover 69 per cent of the country. Sweden is long – some 1,574 kilometres from top to bottom – and can be divided into three major regions: Götaland in the south, Svealand in the middle and Norrland in the north.