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Hi, I'm a student planning on visiting Sweden to see the Northern Lights on Jan 22, 2015. Does anybody have advice as to the cheapest way to plan this trip?
Should I do an aurora photo tour from any of the companies I found online (Lappland Media, Lights over Lapland) because they seem pricey but are they worth it?
Which hotels should I look into?
Are there towns/ lodging where I can see the Northern Lights without having to visit Abisko Skystation?
I would like to stay 3 day in Malmö with my girlfriend but I've no idea about the prices. What do you think will be enough 3000 SEK 3day/2 person? e.g. dinner, lunch, public transport from to airport, some little souvenirs, one or two museum. (hotel price inculded the breakfest)
This spring we will visit Malmö. We would like to stay there in a hostel for one or 2 nights for as cheap as possible, but still quite close to the city-center. We would like also to prepare some meals by ourselves, so there should be also a kitchen in the hostel.
Which hostel would be most suitable for us? We will appreciate all sugestions and answers. Thank you!
I'm thinking about briefly visiting Kiruna, only to see the Northern Lights. I will be in Sweden around 6/02/2015 and 9/02, would you recommend to stay longer than 1 day in Kiruna, or will it be enough and would I certainly see the lights during 1-2 days?
Thanks in advance for your help!
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