|image courtesy of simplysweden.co.uk|
The Northern Lights can be seen clearly from Swedish Lapland - Laponia. The winter phenomenon called Polar Night is when the sun never rises above the horizon, during a 24-hour period so this is the time to experience the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis, dancing across the dark polar skies – it would be such a beautiful sight to behold.
|image courtsey of visitsweden.com|
|image courtsey of the icehotel.com|
There's another unusual place to stay which fills me with such awe and excitement as this is the ultimate tree house - the TREE HOTEL with different rooms of architectural wonder amongst the forest:
|images courtsey of treehotel.se|
The TREEHOTEL is firmly on my dream list - and families are welcome too! Activities can be arranged, including snowshoe hikes and dog-sled rides. That's a family adventure for future years.
There's plenty of resources online for planning your visit to Sweden, visitsweden.com being a good place to start.
Little Scandinavian is a really inspiring blog with a travel section, including this post about Visiting Lapland which I found during my Lapland research.
This is part of the Art of Living series of posts that bring you all the things we are passionate about and the things we discover in our lives as mamas.
In our Wednesday Woo blog post series we present a selection of things from the Sisters Guild Boutique.
We also have a Monday Makery with ideas for things to make yourself.
And for a glimpse behind the scenes of Sisters Guild we have the A-Z of Sisters Guild here