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Organic Swedish Meatballs – a must!

For the true Swedish experience, a visit to Sweden’s first meatball shop is a must. You can choose between no less than 14 kinds of organic meatballs! For meat lovers, there is rooster, moose, ox, wild boar, two kinds of pork and reindeer on the menu; there is also a vegetarian option as well as fishballs.

To quench your thirst, why not indulge in a Sleepy Bulldog pale ale or a Södra Jura lager? For the sweet tooth there is also pannacotta with raspberry sauce and oat crumbs, or a white chocolate cheesecake… No wonder their motto is “We love to cook, you love to eat”!

Interested in this culinary experience – perhaps after a roof-top tour or before a long stroll around the old streets of charming Stockholm? Please get in touch with Nathalie Lambert on +45 33 45 45 12 or e-mail: to discover how we can plan your group’s visit.

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Alternative sightseeing in Stockholm

What better way to experience Sweden’s capital than standing on top of Stockholm’s supreme court – with a “Kanelbulle”, cinnamon roll, in one hand, and hot chocolate in the other? No need to worry, you will be secured to each roof; all you have to do is have fun and enjoy.

To give your group a different kind of sightseeing tour, Stockholm offers an untraditional option; get on top of old and new buildings and enjoy the view from the roofs around the city.

The tour is guided and it can even be done at night. Your group will love watching the sunset at the end of the tour with a refreshing glass of champagne.

For alternative sightseeing with your group in Stockholm, perhaps combined with a traditional Swedish dinner once you are back on the ground, get in touch with Ebbe Kiær on +45 33 45 45 11 or e-mail to find out what we can offer your group.


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Scandinavian Design & Luxury at Nobis

Experience the ultimate Swedish luxury at Hotel Nobis ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐, located in the heart of the city in an old bank:

The 19th century buildings are beautifully designed by the Swedish architect studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, with inspiration from the Swedish Royal Capital; an elegant combination of old and modern Scandinavia. If you’re looking for top class quality and luxury, Hotel Nobis never fails to impress.

The hotel is a member of Design Hotels™, and offers meeting rooms in many sizes. The capacity ranges from 4-24 people. Whether your group is staying at the Nobis for business or pleasure, all needs will be covered. You might never want to leave!

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Time travelling on Stockholm’s retro tram

Sightseeing is an important part of experiencing a new city but sometimes it can get a little exhausting to walk all day. Luckily Stockholm offers the perfect solution for that!

How about a little break onboard the old retro tram – and a coffee? A ride on this rolling museum feels like a travel back in time, making it the ideal transport to visit historical sites in Stockholm, such as the Vasa Museum, home of the magnificent warship from the 17th century, restored after 333 years underwater.

A short rest on the retro tram will give your group a moment to appreciate Sweden’s pretty nature on the island of Djurgården while getting ready for the next overwhelming experience. The tram dates back to the 1940s and can be privately booked for groups.

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Nomination: Ebbe Kiær, Event Planner of the Year

Ebbe Kiær, our Director of Sales in the Event & Incentive department, has been nominated Event Planner of the Year at the Danish MPI Awards 2015, held in Copenhagen on April 9. Here are some of Ebbe’s recommendations for your next event or incentive in Scandinavia.

  • My Favourite Spot: Tjuvholmen, Oslo
    The newly developed area ‘Tjuvholmen’ is known for its beautiful canals and impressive, modern architecture. It has so much to offer; this is where you find the exciting designer hotel ‘The Thief’, next to the famous Astrup Fearnley Museum. A wide variety of art galleries is found in this neighbourhood, and the renowned restaurant ‘Fru K’, featured in this year’s Michelin guide, is located at The Thief.
  • My Favourite Activity: Rooftop Tour, Stockholm
    Stockholm is one of the only places in the world where it’s possible to go on a guided rooftop tour. It is a historical and adventurous experience, where breathtaking views of Stockholm’s skyline and lakes are guaranteed. Participants are secured to the roofs of the buildings and can explore the city from above.
  • My Favourite Hotel: d’Angleterre, Copenhagen
    Hotel d’Angleterre dates back to 1755 and was refurbished in 2013, adding 55 luxurious rooms to the existing 35. Over the years it has accommodated international celebrities as well as famous Danes such as H.C. Andersen. D’Angleterre’s restaurant ‘Marchal’ has a Michelin star, and the champagne bar ‘Balthazar’ offers a selection of over 200 champagnes.