Southern Sweden by Train (Summer)

Code: MARN082
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This eco-friendly tour will allow you to visit the highlights of Sweden’s South by train. Not only will you be able to explore the country’s biggest cities and lake, and the Swedes’ favourite holiday destination, but furthermore will you experience its spectacular nature while comfortably travelling by train from one destination to the next..

CITY Stockholm, Karlstad, Gothenburg, Malmö, Kalmar, Linköping
DEPARTURE Minimum 2 to go
Visit the capital of Sweden is built on 14 islands
Visit the highlights of Sweden’s South by train.
Explore the country’s biggest cities and lake, and the Swedes’ favorite holiday destination,
Visit Göteborg is Sweden’s second largest city and always been the natural gateway to the West.
Visit Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city.
7 nights hotel accommodation in shared double room with shower/WC
7 x Scandinavian breakfast buffet
All train stretches mentioned in the itinerary
Airport transfer by PRIVATE
Land transfer and sightseeing as mentioned
Air Ticket
Travel Insurance


Day 1: Arrival in Stockholm

  • Arrival in Stockholm, meet with driver and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day its at your leisure.


Day 2: Stockholm – Karlstad

  • Breakfast at the Hotel. Today you will travel to Karlstad, a city located just by the largest lake in Sweden – Lake Vänern. Lake Vänern offers experiences for all senses all year round. Where sea meets land there is beautiful scenery, culture, good food and many other things that will fill you with joy.
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Day 3: Karlstad – Gothenburg

  • After breakfast departure from Karlstad in southwest direction towards Gothenburg. Gothenburg or the Swedish name, Göteborg, is Sweden’s second largest city and has always been the natural gateway to the West. Gothenburg is a city characterized by international style, local creativity and a natural, relaxed charm. It has the pulse of a big city, cultural experiences, beautiful countryside and shopping, all within comfortable walking distance in the city centre.
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Day 4: Gothenburg – Malmö

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Make your way to the train station where you will depart towards Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city seen to population. In 2005 the skyline changed with the completion of skyscraper Turning Torso. For all the expansion, Malmö is a small, friendly city with a good choice of cultural attractions, including the new Moderna Museet Malmö. Look out for Malmö’s many quality restaurants and bistros and great cafés. And the shopping isn’t bad either, especially if you’re looking for Swedish design-ware and hip, new Swedish fashion labels.
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Day 5: Malmö – Kalmar

  • After breakfast you will take the train to the historic town of Kalmar, one of Sweden’s oldest cities. History is waiting around each corner. We recommend a walk down the cobbled streets in the Old Town and a visit to Kalmar Castle, which has a history dating back 800 years. Today the castle is a living renaissance palace with room for both banquets and conferences. Furthermore Öland Island is worth the visit, which is the smallest province in Sweden, and the Swedes’ favourite summer holiday destination. On this island you will find 400 windmills, 34 churches, 16 ancient fortifications, 34 orchid species, the highest lighthouse in Sweden, the largest windmill in Scandinavia, one of Europe’s longest bridges and the largest castle ruin in northern Europe, the Alvaret – a bare limestone biotype not found anywhere else in the world.
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Day 6: Kalmar – Linköping

  • Today you will continue your train journey to Linköping, Sweden’s fifth largest city. When approaching the city you can see the tower of the Cathedral rise above the plain from miles away. The Cathedral is one of the finest buildings in Scandinavia and Sweden’s best preserved medieval cathedral. Just north of the city you will have the Berg Locks, with more than 7 levels and a height difference of 18 meters.
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Day 7: Linköping – Stockholm

  • After breakfast you will take the train back to Sweden’s capital. The rest of the day is yours to continue exploring Stockholm. Our recommended top 10 include the following: Gamla Stan – The Old Town, Vasamuseét – The Vasa Museum, Skansen Open Air Museum, Kungliga Slottet – The Royal Palace, Stadshuset – The City Hall, Drottningholms Slott – The Drottningholm Palace, Östermalmshallen – The Östermalm Food Court, Millesgården – Art Museum, Moderna Museét – Museum of Modern Art and Kungsträdgården – City Park. Enjoy!
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Day 8: Departure from Stockholm

  • After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your return flight home.
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