Getting around in Sweden
Getting around Sweden is easy. Chose from a number of airlines, trains, ferries, buses or go by car.
Though you may need to cover large distances (especially in northern Sweden), the country's rail network is efficient and extensive. Comfortable, modern trains are designed to deal with all kinds of weather.
Motorways and roads are relatively free of traffic by international standards, and well maintained. Sometimes the only traffic you will have to look out for is the occasional deer or elk crossing the road!
Flying is an efficient option thanks to the well-developed system of regional airports around the country.
Sweden's many lakes, islands and canals are linked by an extensive network of canal boats, vintage steamers, and ferries - large and small.
NOTE: All fares and rates quoted are approximate as of January 2013 and may change without notice. While every precaution has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication, VisitSweden accepts no responsibility for any errors, omissions, or subsequent changes.