The fastest way to reach Sweden is by plane, but Sweden has a large and functional public transport network with urban and suburban bus lines, light rail trams and regional railways.
In Stockholm there is a metro system with three lines that covers a 108 km circuit and allows you to easily reach about 100 stations. For those who prefer to travel by car, taxis are an excellent solution, there are also discounts for women traveling at night.
The SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System) is the largest airline in Scandinavia. Operates connecting flights to major cities in Sweden via Stockholm. Through its Star Alliance members, SAS links many parts of the world directly to Sweden.
To travel to the southern part of Sweden you can also fly into Copenhagen in Denmark and cross the now famous Öresund Bridge.
The following airlines operate domestic flights in Sweden:
Swedish roads have very high standards and are only made dangerous by the presence of moose and deer around sunrise and sunset.
The normal driving license is enough to drive. The license issued in any European country is valid. The green card (international insurance) is no longer mandatory but it is advisable.
Sweden also boasts of having the first highway recharge the moving vehicles, smart road.
Some of the car rentals operating in Sweden:
Sweden has an extensive and reliable railway network and trains are certainly faster than buses, however many destinations in the northern part of the country cannot be reached only by this means.
The companies SJ, Tågkompaniet and Veolia Transport manage most of the lines which together have a length of approximately 12,000 km. of which 9,400 km. electrified, mostly in southern Sweden.
Companies train operating in Sweden:
Bike paths, asphalted secondary roads or bends away from traffic that meander through expanses of flowers, grasslands and woods: this is what Sweden offers by bicycle! A holiday on pedals surrounded by nature, in a country of Europe where environmental respect is put first by the citizens.
You can also try it in the capital, Stockholm, which will surprise you from the new point of view that the bicycle can offer.
Traveling by ferry is the most popular method in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, and Sweden is an excellent starting point for making short trips from other surrounding countries. There are many national crossings from the Swedish islands, but most of the ferries they come from international destinations, such as Germany, the Baltic States, Russia and Scandinavia.
All routes are operated by various well-known ferry companies.
The interconnection of the FlixBus and Swebus networks means that you can now easily search for tickets and compare prices between an even greater number of bus connections in both Sweden and Europe!
In Sweden, FlixBus also works with an ever-growing number of local bus companies that manage operational operations. In this way, they support the growth of Swedish local transport companies and allow them to function as part of a larger consolidated international network. Travelers are comfortable with plenty of legroom and free Wi-Fi.