A cheap holidays form is cheaper thanks to the strong euro, who rents a cottage in Sweden, can make cheap holidays with children. A cottage costs depending on the equipment, location and season at 400 to 1,000 euros per week. There are also cheaper and more expensive vacation houses in Sweden. A cottage vacation in Sweden is more affordable than even 2008 thanks to the currently strong euro. Every fifth Swede has access to an own cottage, a “stuga”. Often, Swedish holiday homes are in the possession of the family for generations. Many of these houses were built and planned from the outset as holiday homes. Especially in rural areas, there are also houses originally served as residences.

The rural exodus of its people has made these houses holiday houses. Many former farms are now used as holiday homes and saved as from the expiry. Each Swedish cottage has its individual history and his personal charm. Often are rented the houses to tourists, some the throughout the year, different only in the summer. The cottages are ideal for families with children.

The houses are often located close to nature and child-friendly furnishings. Who rents a cottage in Sweden, can make cheap holidays with children. A cottage costs depending on the equipment, location and season at 400 to 1,000 euros per week. There are also cheaper and more expensive vacation houses in Sweden. Thanks to the currently strong euro a cottage holiday in Sweden is more affordable than even 2008 there are now companies that have extensive databases with approximately 5,000 Swedish holiday homes in Germany. The houses are three or four big holiday house party, but also of smaller intermediaries (for example, tourist offices) or directly from private. The databases facilitate qualified comparisons and allow that Swedish cottages can be booked easily over the Internet. Some companies give their customers a best price guarantee. Some have also a call for personal advice. Most Swedish holiday homes can be found in Skane and Blekinge, on the islands of oland and Gotland, in the Stockholm Archipelago, in Smaland, and on the West Coast (Halland, Bohuslan), as well as in Varmland, Dalarna, Jamtland. According to Swedish tourism experts the number of German tourists will continue to this summer (2009) in Sweden due to the economic crisis. The crisis would lead to the result that many German tourists give to depart and instead spend their holidays in attractive neighbouring countries. Walther Plette