Åre is Scandinavia’s major highland resort, a town with ancient ancestry and easy access to wilderness. Getting around takes no time, a lot of things are within walking distance. Add the downtown metropolis spirit and you get something out of the ordinary.
  • Prime location in Åre.
  • Excellent cuisine in Åre.
  • New year's in Åre.
  • Autumn market in Åre.
  • The Åre valley.
  • Winter in Åre.
  • Relaxed atmosphere in Åre.

Photo credits: Darren Hamlin, Mats Lind

By air
There are two airports in the region. Åre Östersund Airport – 85 km, Trondheim Værnes Airport – 125 km.
Travel time to Åre, including transfer, from:
Stockholm – 2 hours
Oslo – 3 hours
Copenhagen – 3 hours
London – 4 hours
Amsterdam – 4 hours
Frankfurt – 4 hours

By train
The train station is located in central Åre.

Distances are short and logistics easy within downtown Åre.

There are always things to do in Åre. Winter brings sparkling snow, skiing, bobsleighs, and dark, mystic nights. Spring means more light, warmer temperatures and still winter joy. With summer comes rapid waters, bright days and nights, blooming meadows in the mountains. In the autumn the colors are magnificent, the frozen lakes offer magic ice skating, and on clear nights we may see northern lights.
1 200 hotel rooms within walking distance from the village centre.
In the Åre valley there are 32 000 beds, many in well-equipped, modern apartments.
Meeting facilities for 10-1 500 persons.
In Åre there are 65 restaurants and bars. Local produce, traditions and creative gastronomy are found in each and every corner. Revel in Nordic cuisine with an international touch. The restaurant Fäviken Magasinet is number one in Sweden and placed 25th on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
We work with the best hotels in Åre. Prime location, local history, relaxed atmosphere, high-quality service and stunning views – it’s all there for you. Most hotels also offer gym, pool, spa treatment and VIP-areas.

Åre in 10 seconds

Mountains 90/100
Relaxed atmosphere 90/100
Night life 95/100
Pollution 3/100
Easy access to wilderness 100/100
Culture and history 70/100
Nordic cuisine 95/100