Jukkasjärvi is a small town in the far north of Sweden, within the Arctic Circle. It’s home to the world’s most famous ice hotel, which is rebuilt every year from scratch with new ice and snow. If you’re brave enough to face the cold, you can sleep in an ice bed, dine in an ice restaurant and drink from ice glasses. There’s also a heated annex for those who can’t take the cold, as well as a traditional hotel for those who want a more comfortable stay. Jukkasjärvi is a great place to see the Northern Lights, and there are plenty of activities on offer such as husky sledding, snowmobiling and ice fishing.