SNE Northern Europe is an innovative full-service DMC creating memorable experiences in Scandinavia and the Baltics. The experienced staff of SNE offers unique and bespoke venues in close cooperation with its clients.

Summer or winter, we always have exciting projects. Dog sledding in the snow of Lapland or a Nobel prize style dinner in Stockholm. The Northern lights or nights when the sun never sets. Shopping and fine dining in great, welcoming capitals. Food tours in Copenhagen or fjord tours in Norway. It´s all up to you!

SNE has a head office in Stockholm and offices in Oslo, Copenhagen, Lapland and Tallin (which also covers Riga and Vilnius). SNE is fully incorporated in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland with service office in the Baltics.

Our trademark is our creativity and in-depth knowledge of what makes a DMC experience great. Knowing that a successful incentive trip, meeting or convention is an investment in human resources, we strive to make every project effective. And, we are proud to hear our clients complimenting our high quality productions and how we create magic regardless of the size of the budget.

Our clients get the best Scandinavia and the Baltics have to offer. We constantly create new ventures and trend setting programs. We often offer solutions never thought of before. Our private access to many hidden possibilities is outstanding.

We treat every client like royalty. Down to the smallest detail. 

SNE Northern Europe can assist you with…

SNE Northern Europe offers bespoke services and is always working to find the best experience for you.

Accommodation – We offer the best hotels of all the major hotel chains, as well as unusual smaller exclusive accommodation all over Scandinavia and the Baltics.

Experiences – We have access to experiences like no one else, to suit the purpose of your visit. Whether it is indoor or outdoor, winter or summer, we will have great suggestions of experiences that will last a lifetime.

Fine dining – We know the best places for fine dining, as well as the more cosy but memorable dining experiences for small or large groups.

Transfers, guides, full service – Once you step off the plane or the ship, we are there to assist you as much as you require.

Destination Highlights

"The land of the blondes and the vikings." Sweden is a multi-faceted country with mind blowing landscapes as well as a fine cultural heritage for design and architecture. The capital of Stockholm, sometimes known as the Venice of the north, offers an unforgettable archipelago. The Northern Lights dance across the skies in Arctic winter and the Midnight Sun illuminates the nights in the summer months. From the mountains of the mighty north, to the white sandy beaches of the temperate south, we have space for everyone.

See more on www.visitsweden.com

Unique Selling Points

  • Nature: Scandinavia offer landscape views and experiences that cannot be compared to anything else. The air is fresh, you can fish in any lake, even in the city centers. Solitude is for those who wish for it, not hard to find.
  • The Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis, experienced from a dog sled at night or from a comfortable top of the notch restaurant in the north of Sweden. 
  • High standard accommodation: All major hotel chains are present in Scandinavia. 
  • Midsummer night festivities in Sweden, when you join.
  • A night or two at the Ice hotel in Swedish Lapland – now open all year round.
  • Smaller boutique hotels and more unusual accommodation in tents, trees and ice (!).
  • Fine dining
  • Art and design
  • Outdoor activities

Activities

  • Culture, art and design: Museums, art and design galleries, theatres
  • Fine dining: Award winning restaurants, dining by the sea or at sea
  • Shopping: fashion, glass, textiles, art
  • Sports and outdoors: skiing, bicycling, skating, sailing, dog sleds, trekking

Fun Facts

  • The most popular souvenir in Sweden is the "moose-crossing" warning sign along roads. Swedes replace thousands of these traffic signs each year.
  • During Easter in Sweden, which is a well-known holiday here, children dress up and go from home to home asking for candy, similar to Halloween!. In Lithuania, the Easter eggs are not brought by a bunny but by the Easter Granny.
  • Sweden is known for innovation and inventions. It is the country that first offered the perfected zipper, the marine propeller, the fridge, the heart pacemaker and even created your computer mouse. Not to forget the much-loved discount furniture retailer IKEA and fashion from H&M.
  • Sweden has something they call “allemansrätt”, which means that everyone from Sweden has the right to walk around in the Swedish nature. The rule behind it is to be respectful towards the nature and the animals. The only exceptions are that you can’t walk on fields with crops growing or in someone’s private garden.
  • Scandinavians looooove coffee! Sweden, Finland and Denmark are the top 3 per-capita consumers of coffee in the world! “Fika” is a very Swedish tradition with coffee and sweets.

General Information and Climate

  • Visa is applied to Turkish citizens.
  • Scandinavia and the Baltics cover a large area spreading from north to south, with varying climate. Most of the area has a temperate climate, with four distinct seasons and mild temperatures throughout the year. In the north, however, winters are generally cold, with expected snow from October through May. In the south the climate is milder during winter. Summers are generally cooler than in southern Europe.
  • Swedish food is much more than just iconic meatballs and chewy fish-shaped sweets. Just like ketchup and mustard, lingonberry jam is widely used to accompany a variety of dishes, from meatballs and pancakes to porridge and black pudding (blodpudding). In addition to bread and butter, you’ll often find a type of crispbread (knäckebröd) served alongside your main meal. When you order a sandwich, don’t be surprised if it involves just a single slice of bread, the typical Swedish smörgås. The Swedish concept of open sandwiches dates back to the 1400s when thick slabs of bread were used as plates.