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A truly memorable incentive trip

We asked our meeting and incentive team to put together an unforgettable trip. What would they want to experience during a visit in Stockholm? This is what they came up with.

Christian Bergström

Christian Bergström

Marketing Manager, Corporate Meetings & Incentives
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Day 1

Check into Grand Hôtel Stockholm, Sweden’s most reputable five star deluxe hotel, beautifully situated at the waterfront in central Stockholm. Savour your afternoon tea while enjoying the view of the Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s picturesque old town.

Time to break the ice with some sculpting. A skilled ice-sculpting artist will teach you the basics. Admire your handiwork and discuss your newly acquired skills over a drink at ICEBAR STOCKHOLM.

Dress up for a gala dinner and sip on a cocktail onboard a vintage steamer as it takes you to your dinner venue; the Vasa Museum. Here you’ll dine next to the impressive royal 17th century warship.

Day 2

After a sumptuous breakfast it’s time to don a waterproof suit and board a speedboat that will take you out to sea. Marvel at the beauty of one the world’s largest archipelagos while you swoosh between the islands with the wind in your hair.
A helicopter takes you to your next stop: a private island where you’ll enjoy an exclusive barbeque.

Join a sailing regatta and head for Fjäderholmarna for some whiskey tasting. The sail boat drops you off at Hotel J, situated by the harbor inlet in one of Stockholm’s most scenic spots  Check in and relax for a while before it is time to dress up for dinner.

An exquisite dinner is served at Restaurant J, a first-class brasserie specializing in seafood. Part of the dinner experience is the spectacular view of Stockholm and the boats passing by.

Day 3

Fly high in a balloon and view our hometown’s exceptional beauty from above. Stockholm is one of the few places in the world that allows ballooning over the city area.

The last stop will be Bockholmen, a small and picturesque islet which is a well-kept secret even to the locals. You are sure to enjoy your lunch consisting of pure Scandinavian flavors.

 

These are just a few of our suggestions. Contact us for more!

Kind regards, 
Hanna and Christian