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SAC A DOS GUCCI

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Sac A Dos Multifonctions Bon Prix - حقيبة ظهر بسعر جيد

Backpack_Dz

Sac A Dos Moderne, Chique et Pratique - حقيبة ظهر عصرية عملية

6 000 DA 10 000 DA

Sac À Dos De Randonnée Titanium 40 Litres

CYDONIA VALISE

DELL Sac À Dos 15" Cartable imperméable laptop voyage - حقيبة ظهر للحاسوب 15 بوصة

11 000 DA 11 000 DA

RADBUG Housse double Bodyboard 500 QUIVER noir bleu

Decathlon El Djazair

Sacoche Cuir Marron tabac

Château Nordique

HOUSSE DECATHLON ISOTHERME POUR GOURDE RANDONNÉE 0,75 À 1 LITRE GRIS/BLEU

Atlasstore

12 000 DA 23 000 DA

Moyenne Valise 23" Omaska ICON Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

31 000 DA 65 000 DA

Série de trois Valises Omaska icon Incassables En 100% Polypropylène -beige/bleu /noir /vert

5 900 DA 6 800 DA

Sac à dos voyage Arctic hunter - حقيبة ظهر للسفر أصلية

Sac A Dos Résistant Solide et Durable - حقيبة ظهر صلبة و دائمة

Sac A Dos 14 Pouces Léger Résistant Polyvalent - حقيبة ظهر 14 بوصة خفيفة و عملية

4 499 DA 6 500 DA

Sac à dos orthopédique Pliable en Oxford pour enfants avec Ceinture Blanche

SAC À DOS DE RANDONNÉE Decathlon 10L - NH ARPENAZ 50

2 800 DA 3 200 DA

Cabas à bandoulière - pour homme et femme en nylon - Imperméable

Sac à dos Cuir naturel -Vagabond-

15 000 DA 28 000 DA

Grande Valise 27" Omaska Platine Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Cartable sacoche pour ordinateur abacus 16.4 pouces - حقيبة للحاسوب 16 بوصة

Sac à Dos 3 Pièces Prêt pour le quotidien - حقيبة ظهر 3 قطع مثالية للحياة اليومية

Moyenne Valise 23" Omaska Platine Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Sac de rangement valise 8 Pcs

FaTeN valise

Sac à Dos étanche de Luxe confortable avec port USB - حقيبة ظهر فاخرة مريحة

SKECHERS SAC À DOS ORIGINAL

Sac A Dos (Porte Pc) Imperméable En Polyester Pour étude et voyage

Sac A Dos Véritable Cuir De Vachette

Mizzo collection

9 000 DA 15 000 DA

Valise Cabine 19" Omaska ICON Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Cadenas digital avec système d'ouverture par empreinte digitale

Smart Tech Algérie

Sac a dos scolaire garçons fille primaire , crèche

19 000 DA 29 000 DA

Grande Valise PARADIUM 29" En Polyester Imperméable et Roue Démontable

Sac A Dos 14 Pouces Haute qualité - حقيبة ظهر 14 بوصة عالية الجودة

Moyenne Valise 25" Omaska Maze Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Snowbag 3 valises

JAKAMEN SAC À DOS/JK00JK28M008 -001

JAKAMEN ALGERIE

QUECHUA Sac à dos de randonnée 30L - NH Arpenaz 100

Pierre Cardin 3 valises pc

Snowball 3 valises à cadre

Cabas Unisexe - En Simili-Cuir Imperméable - Marron fonce

3 500 DA 4 500 DA

sacoche homme mode multifonctions USB Anti-Vol

Sacoche à épaule multi-poche avec ceinture réglable HIGHLAND

3 400 DA 3 400 DA

RADBUG Housse bodyboard 100 ecodesign

31 500 DA 65 000 DA

Série de trois Valises Omaska Platine Incassables En 100% Polypropylène

9 000 DA 18 000 DA

Valise Cabine 19" Omaska Platine Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Sac a Dos Cartable étanche homme et femme multifonctions - حقيبة ظهر و لليد مضادة للماء

FORCLAZ Sac à dos pliable 10L - Travel

Snowball Paris valise

Sacoche en cuir Italien

15 000 DA 29 000 DA

Grande Valise 29" Omaska Maze Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Sac a dos multifonctions USB imperméable anti- rayures et résistant aux déchirures

32 000 DA 65 000 DA

Série de trois Valises Omaska Maze Incassables En 100% Polypropylène - Bordeaux - BLEU - NOIR - GRIS

Sac a dos sac école impermeable dell حقيبة ظهر

Sac A Dos Cartable Extensible Imperméable Anti-Rayures - حقيبة قابلة للتوسع مضادة للخبش

Nike SAC À DOS TECH

Hyper Tendance

2 500 DA 4 900 DA

Sac A Dos (Porte Pc) Imperméable En Polyester Pour étude - Gris / Bleu

Cabas Unisexe - En Simili-Cuir Imperméable - Marron

Grande Valise 27" Omaska icon Incassable En 100% Polypropylène -BLEU /VERT /BEIGE

Sac à dos en cuir véritable

BMA CUIR

حقيبة ظهر قابلة للتوسيع لتلبية جميع احتياجاتكم sac a dos cartable extensible avec port usb

2 999 DA 4 500 DA

Cabas à bandoulière - pour homme et femme en nylon - Imperméable - Noir

1 800 DA 2 090 DA

Sac À Dos Mardingtop 15L, Sac Pour Marche, Cyclisme, Escalade - حقيبة للمشي، التسلق و للتخييم

SACOCHE MULTIPOCHES | TRAVEL NOIR

Sport & Aventure Algerie

adidas Sacoche

SAC À DOS CHAMPION

Premium wear dz

SAC À DOS DE TREKKING HOMME 70 L - MT100 EASYFIT

Sac A Dos Cartable 2 en 1 Pratique USB

Sac A Dos Sport Voyage Etudes, Léger, Haute Qualité - حقيبة ظهر خفيفة الوزن عالية الجودة

Sac a Dos Simple pour Ordinateur, Travail

Sac a dos imperméable pour école, travail, voyage - حقيبة ظهر للعمل و السفر مضادة رللماء

Sac à Dos d'affaires, voyage grande capacité multifonction avec chargeur USB - حقيبة ظهر للأعمال و السفر

Amazonbasics Sac à dos enroulé loisir voyage imperméable Multifonctions - حقيبة امازون اصلية للتخييم

sac à dos enfant

Asma CRAFT

4 799 DA 5 500 DA

Sac à dos orthopédique Pliable en Oxford pour enfants 1er Année Primaire

Sac A Dos Moderne Léger et Confortable - حقيبة ظهر خفيفة و مريحة

5 000 DA 7 500 DA

Sac à dos Originale Cydonia Imperméables avec Rembourrage Robuste - Noir

JAKAMEN -SAC À DOS/ JK00JK28M008 -002

6 900 DA 6 900 DA

TARMAK Sac à dos de basketball 25L Los Angeles Lakers - NBA 500 noir

Travel world pp série de 3 valises

Sacoche Cuir Bleu Foncé

5 000 DA 5 800 DA

Sac à dos orthopédique Pliable en tissu Oxford pour enfants Rose

Sac a dos scolaire garcons

Série de 3 Valises SNOWBALL PARIS

Sacoche Marron Foncé

SAC À DOS DE VOYAGE 50L - TRAVEL 100 Decathlon

Sac à dos Voyage très grande capacité de très haute qualité pour ordinateur et affaires, ou études

Sac À Dos étanche multipoches lycée voyage travail - حقيبة ظهر مضادة للماء متعددة الجيوب

SAC A DOS PRADA

Sac A Dos Confortable Pour Tous Les Ages - حقيبة ظهر مريحة مناسبة لجميع الأعمار

SACOCHE MULTIPOCHES | TRAVEL

JAKAMEN - SAC À DOS/ JK00JK28M015-016

Sac à dos style vintage

BEANIQA

JAKAMEN -SAC À DOS/ JK00JK28M008 - 016

Valise BALMATIK 3 Pcs pp

QUECHUA Sac à dos de randonnée 10L - NH Arpenaz 50

SAC À DOS DECATHLON DE RANDONNÉE 30L - NH ARPENAZ 100

4 500 DA 4 700 DA

Sac À Dos Cartable voyage Multifonctions. - حقيبة ظهر متعددة الاستخدامات

TARMAK Sac à dos de basketball 25L Chicago Bulls - NBA 500 rouge

Sac à dos Noir impermeable Laptop sérigraphie simple de haute qualité - حقيبة ظهر بسيطة مضادة للماء

Valise Cabine 20" Omaska Maze Incassable En 100% Polypropylène

Sac A Dos Cartable Professionnelle fonctionnelle unisexe - حقيبة ظهر و لليد للرجال و النساء

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Accessoires de voyage

Coussin Chauffant Tasse Électrique 55 degré

RYDAM

Matelas, Coussin Pour Transat 190 x 60 cm

ZEGRIR STORE

Coussin de massage shiatsu medisana mc 840

All Medical Delivery

Mini-Sac Isotherme Glacière-Vert

Medina shop Maison

Housse Solid Thermos 400 ml Tuc Tuc

ONZO Kids

Coussin anti-escarres en gel carré

Rendja médical distribution

Coussin de massage shiatsu confort Medisana

ENSEMBLE COUSSIN ET NAPPE DE TABLE BRODÉ MAIN

Artisan dz

5 600 DA 6 300 DA

Bouée de chaise hémorroïdes, coussin coccyx

Coussin réducteur 2 en 1 pour Poussette & Siège auto | bebekevi

4 000 DA 4 500 DA

Coussin assise en silicone coccyx

Coussin coccyx pour mal de dos

Masque de Sommeil

Coussin entre jambes, coussin pour genoux orthopédique

Thermos liquide 500 ml – Tuc Tuc

Bouteille Thermos (shop isotherme)

ABC Informatique

Sac isotherme bébé -Chicco

Coussin de voyage

Coussin de voyage orthopédique en mousse mémoire de forme

Thermos Bouteille isotherme inox | Ibili

2 980 DA 3 380 DA

Coussin réducteur 2 en 1 pour Poussette & Siège auto | Sevibebe

Coussin chauffant a infrarouge

COUSSIN BARRE À BARRES

LA MAISON 2SS SANTE & SPORT

3 300 DA 4 200 DA

Coussin de retournement

COUSSIN DECORATIF

11 000 DA 11 900 DA

Coussin de massage shiatsu MEDISANA

Coussin de retournement enjoy & dream pour bébé | Tuc Tuc

1 Paires Talonnette Semelle Silicone Talon Coussin Orthopedique

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Promo Tunisie été 2022

 Promo Tunisie été 2022

  • Catégories: Voyages, vacances
  • Wilaya: ALGER
  • Publiée le: 29-06-2022 à 14:56:35

Magnifique Séjour Oran Mostaganem Aïn Témouchent Tlemcen Maghnia

Magnifique Séjour Oran Mostaganem Aïn Témouchent Tlemcen Maghnia

magnifique séjour #oranaisbyabys Oran Mostaganem Ain tmouchent Tlemcen maghnia Ain timouchent frantiere algero marocaine . Du 13 au 18 août 2023 ne reste que quelques places Du 28 au 02 Septembre 2023 ?? Hôtel #Eden #Maggrebarabi Bir djir / Oran / Ain Timouchent #oranais_by_Abys & #clubs

Wilaya: TIZI-OUZOU ,

Formation: De l'idée à la création d'entreprise

Formation: De l'idée à la création d'entreprise

Formation de deux jours en présentiel à Alger La date sera communiqué ultérieurement Cette formation a été conçu pour vous aider à comprendre et intégrer toutes les étapes nécessaires qu'il vous faut suivre pour créer une entreprise pérenne et prospère. Alor

Wilaya: toutes l'algerie ,

Prix : 30 000 DA

Top Promo Hotels en Tunisie été 2019

Top Promo Hotels en Tunisie été 2019

Wilaya: ALGER ,

TUNISIE MONASTIR /CARIBBEAN WORLD MONASTIR 4* / 54 000 DA ALL INCLUSIVE JUILLET

TUNISIE MONASTIR /CARIBBEAN WORLD MONASTIR 4* / 54 000 DA ALL INCLUSIVE JUILLET

Hotel en Promo special ete 2023 chez Cool voyages Tunisie Monastir , pied dans l'eau , plusieurs piscine , annimation NON STOP , Toboggans , jeux aquatiques, Tarif valable pour le mois de juillet 2023 promo -28% 05nuits 06 jours en all inclusive soft a 54 000 da par personne en chambre double

Prix : 54 000 DA

PROMO HOTEL THE RUSSELIOR HAMMAMET 5* DE LUXE 59.000 DA

PROMO HOTEL THE RUSSELIOR HAMMAMET 5* DE LUXE 59.000 DA

🤩PROMO SEPTEMBRE 2023 😍 Hôtel en Promo spécial été 2023 chez Cool voyages ✔️ TUNISIE - HAMMAMET 🏨 L'HOTEL THE RUSSELIOR ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ de LUXE ✔️ Enfant -05 ans gratuit ✔️ TARIF SPECIAL PROMO -20% ✔️ 5 NUITS et 6 JOURS     * Piscine 🏊🏄‍♂️ * Salle de sport, Bar / lounge, Plage privée  🏖️ * Hôtel pour les

Prix : 59 000 DA

TUNISIE - HAMMAMET HAWAI BEACH CLUB 3* ALL INCLUSIVE 58.000 DA تونس الحمامات

TUNISIE - HAMMAMET HAWAI BEACH CLUB 3* ALL INCLUSIVE 58.000 DA تونس الحمامات

⭐🤩 Hôtel en Promo spécial été 2023 chez Cool voyages  😍⭐ ✔️ TUNISIE - HAMMAMET 🏨 L'HOTEL CLUB HAWAI BEACH HAMMAMET⭐⭐⭐ ✔️ Enfant -04ans gratuit ✔️ TARIF SPECIAL PROMO -20% ✔️ 5 NUITS et 6 JOURS     * Piscine 🏊, Toboggans 🏄‍♂️ * Salle de sport, Bar / lounge, Plage privée  🏖️ * Animations NON STOP 🎉🎵 

Prix : 58 000 DA

TUNISIE PROMO

TUNISIE PROMO

Wilaya: BLIDA ,

Prix : 27 000 DA

Tunisie Hôtel CARIBBEAN WORLD BORDJ CEDRIA 4* 38.000 Da تونس فندق كاربين ورلد برج سدرية

Tunisie Hôtel CARIBBEAN WORLD BORDJ CEDRIA 4* 38.000 Da تونس فندق كاربين ورلد برج سدرية

⭐🤩 Hôtel en Promo spécial été 2023 chez Cool voyages  😍⭐ ✔️ TUNISIE - HAMMAMET 🏨 CARIBBEAN WORLD BORDJ CEDRIA ⭐⭐⭐⭐ EST EN PROMO SPECIAL ✔️ Enfant -12 ans gratuit ✔️ TARIF SPECIAL PROMO -30% ✔️ 5 NUITS et 6 JOURS   * Pied dans l'eau 🌊 * Piscine 🏊, Toboggans 🏄‍♂️ * Salle de sport, Bar / lounge, Plag

Prix : 38 000 DA

Tunisie Par Avion

Tunisie Par Avion

Promo été 2024 en Tunisie Par Avion L'agence Todos Travel vous propose un séjour en Tunisie à la carte , selon vos dates souhaitées, vous pouvez profiter de la Promo OSRA Air Algérie. Demandez votre devis en envoyant : 1- Les Dates Souhaitées (Aller - Retour). 2- Le nombres et les ages de chaque p

Tunisie sûr mesure

Tunisie sûr mesure

🇹🇳⏰ 📢 Top Promo été 2022 📢 ⏰🇹🇳TUNISIE Des remises allants jusqu'à 25%🥰😍📣 Des hôtel familial,👪👶🧒 avec des prix abordables 🎊et attractifs🎉 Nos hôtels🏨sont à: ✅ Hammamet Yasmine ✅Sousse ✅Monastir ✅Gammarth ✅ Djerba ✅Mahdia ✅ Tabarka Pour avoir votre devis sur mesure vous remplissez les informations n

Prix : 5 000 DA

VENTE FLASH YADIS HAMMAMET -15%

VENTE FLASH YADIS HAMMAMET -15%

NOVA H TOURS & SERVICES VENTE FLASH YADIS HAMMAMET LES PROMO ETE 2022 PROMO PROMO RESERVEZ TOT PAYEZ MOINS CHER PROPOSE DES SEJOURS DURANT L'ETE 2022 EN DESTINATION DE LA TUNISIE . UN HOTEL 4 ETOILES A HAMMAMET NORD EDEN VILLAGE YADIS HAMMAMET  HOTEL TOP promo juillet  enfants - 6 ans gratuit

Prix : 1 000 DA

Promo Tunisie Hammamet Sousse 7 j a Partir de 59000 Da

Promo Tunisie Hammamet Sousse 7 j a Partir de 59000 Da

Promo Tunisie Hammamet Sousse a partir de 59000 Da 7 j Billet d'avion + hôtel 4* Demi pension Possibilité de paiement par ccp Pour plus de renseignements n'hésitez pas à nous contacter mob WhatsApp0550119434

PROMO TUNISIE

PROMO TUNISIE

PROMO SPECIAL ETE 2022 LA BONNE ADRESSE TOURS VOUS PROPOSE DES SEJOURS A LA CARTE EN TUNISIE : ( Hammamet / Sousse/Monastir Djerba ) Les hôtels EN PROMO Hammamet, Medina diar lemdina 93500 da en demi pension Venus beach aquasplach129000 da en all inclusive Bel azur bungalow and resort 62

PROMO TUNISIE

- HEBERGEMENT 4 NUITEES/ 5 JOURS DANS UN HÖTEL THALASSO 5* A HAMMAMET - DEMI PENSION - BILLET D'AVION AVEC AIR ALGERIE - TRANSFERT AEROPORT HÖTEL AEROPORT.

Prix : 59 900 DA

Tunisie Sousse par Bus

Tunisie Sousse par Bus

Dernier départ Ete2023 en Tunisie ?? #Sousse par #bus ??? #À #ne #pas #rater ?❤️‍? #dernier départ #ete2023 en Tunisie #septembre #promo PAR BUS !! ?? ALL IN SOFT !! 36000 da ?❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️‍? Demi pension !! 32000 da Hôtel Sousse city beach #Sousse ---------------------------------------------

Voyage organise Istanbul été 2023

Voyage organise Istanbul été 2023

A partir De ♠️ 169 000 DA ♠️ ?8 Jours /7 Nuits ? ⚜HOTEL MARATINENZ 4 ⭐ de luxe ?? ✔ 100% rénové ? Accès hammam ?+sauna +piscine ?‍♂️gratuit ?? ----------------------------- Plan de Vol : ✈️Départ d’Alger à 09h:40 ✈️Retour d’Istanbul à 16h:45 Plan de Vol : 04/08 au 12/08 Aller: 9h40 Retour : 1h30

Wilaya: BOUMERDES ,

Réservez votre séjour en TUNISIE

Réservez votre séjour en TUNISIE

SHEMS HOLIDAY VILLAGE AQUAPARK? ? SEJOUR DE 07 JOURS & 06 NUITS ? ?L’offre comprend : ✅ Transport par bus confortable ✅ Hébergement 07 Jours/06 nuits au SHEMS HOLIDAY VILLAGE AQUAPARK. ✅ Formule en All inclusive Soft ✅ Visite de la ville de Sousse ✅ Visite de la ville de Hammamet ✅ Visite de

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VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE 2023

 VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE 2023

  • Catégories: Voyages, vacances
  • Wilaya: ALGER
  • Publiée le: 25-09-2023 à 19:10:31

voyage organisé Istanbul

voyage organisé Istanbul

01/11/2023 au 08/11/2023. / 15 PLACE DISPONIBLE 08 Jours 7 nuits Hôtel 4 #GRAND_ASIYANE ........................ Billet avec Air Algérie Plan de Vol : (Meilleur plan de vol) Départ d’Oran à 09h:25 Retour d’Istanbul à 16h:25 ........................ 0672690182(WhatsApp) 0551161675 (W

Wilaya: toutes l'algerie ,

Voyage organisé CAIRE ET SHARM EL SHEIKH

Voyage organisé CAIRE ET SHARM EL SHEIKH

PROGRAMME CAIRE ET SHARM EL SHEIKH? ?️10 JOURS ET 09 NUITÉES DANS DES HÔTELS 5 ETOILES?️ ?BARCELO CAIRO PYRAMIDS 4⭐️EN PETIT DEJEUNER? ?️HÔTEL MAGIC WORLD SHARM CLUB BY

Wilaya: ALGER ,

Malaisie

?PROFITEZ? SUPER OFFRE La Malaisie ? Voyage organisé ? Malaisie ▶️KUALA LUMPUR ▶️ LANGKAWI ✅ 10 Jours / 9 nuits ✅ ?Du 28 août au 06 septembre ? ◀️ 06 nuits à l’hôtel ? Kuala Lumpur ( petit déjeuner) ◀️ 02 nuits ? île Lang kawi ( déjeuner) ? À partir de 288.000 DA ? ( par personne en chambre do

Prix : 288 000 DA

Voyage organisé en Malaisie départ Alger

Voyage organisé en Malaisie départ Alger

Venez profiter de l'exotisme de l'Asie du Sud-Est, Passez quelques jours en mode tourisme, villes modernes et cosmopolites en Asie du Sud-Est, puis déconnectez-vous sur les plages idylliques de l'île de Lang kawi. Les VACANCES D’ÉTÉ arrivent ne tarder pas à réserver vos places vers les plus belles d

Etat: Neuf / sous emballage ,

Prix : 199 000 DA

Voyage organisé Malaisie

Voyage organisé Malaisie

Alibi Voyage vous propose un séjour de luxe 10 jours / 9 nuits en Malaisie Explorez les merveilles naturelles de la Malaisie avec notre voyage organisé, rempli d'excursions inoubliables et d'aventures à couper le souffle. Date du départ : ?? ✈️ Du 16 février 2024 au 27 Février 2024 ✈️ ? Le prix

Prix : 219 000 DA

Voyage Organisé *Malaisie* (Kuala Lampur / Langkawi)

Voyage Organisé *Malaisie* (Kuala Lampur / Langkawi)

: الـبـرنـامـج يـشـمـل الاستقبال والتوديع من والى المطارات في كوالالمبور وجزيرة لنكاوي -1 فندق5 ليالي في كوالالمبور ( شامل وجبة الأفطار ) -2 فندق3 ليالي في جزيرة لنكاوي (شامل وجبة الأفطار ) -3 تذاكر الطيران الداخلي ذهاباً وإيابا الى جزيرة لنكاوي -4 5- النقل في جميع الجولات البرية المذكورة في البرنا

Wilaya: SETIF ,

Prix : 299 000 DA

Voyage organisé Malaisie Kuala Lumpur - Langkawi / septembre

Voyage organisé Malaisie Kuala Lumpur - Langkawi / septembre

Nous proposons un voyage organisé en Malaisie pour les vacances d'été ; formule de 10 jours ; - 6 nuits Kuala Lumpur Hôtel Royal Chulan Kuala Lumpur 5***** en petit déjeuner - 3 nuits Langkawi Hôtel Alofat Langkawi Pantai Tengah 4**** en petit déjeuner ❌ Plusieurs dates de départ disponible : ➖ Du

VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE KUALA LAMPUR/ LANGKAWI

VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE KUALA LAMPUR/ LANGKAWI

✨Chers voyageurs en quête d'aventure et de découvertes exotiques✨ ARDENTE TRAVEL vous présente un incroyable voyage organisé en Malaisie, qui vous emmènera à la découverte de deux joyaux du pays : Kuala Lumpur et Langkawi. Préparez-vous à vivre une expérience inoubliable mêlant culture, histoire, na

Prix : 309 000 DA

VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE

VOYAGE ORGANISE MALAISIE

VOYAGE ORGANISÉ MALAISIE!!! ?? un concentré de merveilles ? ✈ Kuala Lumpur ✈ DU 09/05 AU 19/05 ? à 229 000 DA ? ‎ ■NOTRE OFFRE COMPREND : Billet d’avion ALLER/RETOUR (Alger-Kuala Lumpur-ALGER) Hébergement 08

Prix : 229 000 DA

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Motorhome through Sweden for 1 to 3 weeks

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Sweden offers beautiful coastlines, with everything from sandy beaches to cliffs, and you will also find large forests, popular for hiking. If you travel further north in the country, nature offers a completely different type of environment than the south, with mountain landscapes and waterfalls. As Sweden is about 1,600 kilometers long, this diversity makes sense, right? If you like culture and history, you will also find plenty of grand and beautiful castles in Sweden, as well as historic forts, free-air museums, and other interesting sights. There are also many nice and interesting cities, whether you like small-town charm or bigger cities with a wider range of culture and restaurants. All in all, during a motorhome trip around Sweden, you have the chance to see and experience the country in a way that suits you.

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1. Around Skåne with motorhome for 7 days

This seven-day motorhome route takes you through Sweden’s southernmost landscape. The tour starts in the northeastern part of Skåne, which also is known as Scania, and follows the entire coast until you finish in the northwestern part. During the trip, you will have time to see everything from cities and historical sights to beaches and natural areas.

Skåne offers beautiful sandy beaches. Copyright: Helena Bergström

The tour starts in the cozy Åhus, which is located along the “ålakusten” on the east coast of Skåne. Here, you can enjoy ice cream, either in the form of classic Ottoglass or at the charming ice cream boat. In addition, you can learn more about vodka at the Absolut Home visitor center, as Åhus is home to the iconic vodka brand Absolut.

The journey then continues to lovely Österlen, where you can experience nature in Stenshuvud National Park and Kivik, with apple orchards and a museum. You will then arrive at the picturesque small town of Simrishamn, which is often referred to as the capital of Österlen.

One of the major sights on the way to Ystad is Glimmingehus, which dates from the 15th century and is the best-preserved medieval castle in the Nordics. Another major attraction in the area is Ales stenar, which is Sweden’s largest and best-preserved shipwreck. When arriving there, you can really sense the mystery surrounding it. Ystad is also well worth a visit, with charming cobbled streets and well-preserved half-timbered houses. If you have read the books, or seen the films, about police inspector Kurt Wallander, taking a tour in his footsteps is a popular attraction.

As you continue west along the southern coast, you pass Smygehus, which is Sweden’s southernmost headland. Here, you will surely want to take the opportunity to take a photo of yourself, while enjoying the wonderful environment. When you continue, you can make a stop in Trelleborg, where you can, among other things, see the reconstruction of the historic “Trelleborgen”, which is a Viking castle that was located on the site in the 9th century. Even further east, you come to Skanör-Falsterbo, which offers some of Skåne’s most beautiful sandy beaches.

Malmö is the largest city in Skåne, and also the third largest city in Sweden. Here, you can, for example, visit Malmöhus castle, with its exhibitions, or relax at the cozy outdoor seating at Lilla Torg, which is a vivid plaza. On the way up to Helsingborg, you pass Landskrona, where if you want you can see the mighty Landskrona castle. Helsingborg is also a city that has a lot to offer. For example, you can soak up the view from 35 meters high fort Kärnan, or take an excursion to the beautiful Sofiero castle and castle garden, which offers a beautiful castle environment.

After having experienced Helsingborg, you can take a trip out to Kullahalvön, which is a peninsula where you can experience the Kullaberg nature reserve, which offers, among other things, a whole bunch of exciting caves. At Kullahalvön, there is also the opportunity to visit Swedish vineyards or perhaps the unusual work of art Nimis. The journey can then end on Bjärehalvön, another peninsula at which you can visit the nature reserve of Hovs Hallar, Norrvikens Gardens, and Båstad, which offers tennis, beaches, and restaurants.

Ystad is a charming half-timbered town. Copyright: Helena Bergström

Excursion tips:

Starting from Landskrona, you can take a boat trip to the scenic island of Ven. Here, you can bike, experience nature reserves, and visit the Tycho Brahe Museum, which tells the story of the scientist who once lived and worked on the island.

Overview of the route

1st night: Åhus → 1 h – 65 km 2nd night: Simrishamn → 50 min – 48 km 3rd night: Ystad → 1 h 30 min – 74 km 4th night: Skanör – Falsterbo → 30 min – 30 km 5th night: Malmö → 45 min – 65 km 6th night: Helsingborg → 1 h 40 min – 100 km 7th night: Båstad

Total travel time: 6 h 30 min and 375 km Best time to travel: June – September

Places to spend the night along the way

  • First Camp Åhus – Kristianstad
  • Tobisviks Campsite in Simrishamn
  • Ystad Camping
  • Falsterbo Resort
  • Pitches at Lagunen in Malmö
  • First Camp Råå Vallar – Helsingborg
  • Båstad Camping

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If you want tips on family-friendly campsites in Sweden, you can visit our extensive article with as much as 16 Swedish family campsites . Do you also need to rent a motorhome or campervan for your road trip in Sweden? You can easily rent your camping vehicle at MyCamper .

2. Vildmarksvägen with motorhome for 7 days

Jämtland and lapland.

Experiencing Vildmarksvägen, which translates into “The wilderness road”, with a motorhome is truly unique. This road is Sweden’s highest paved road, reaching 876 meters above the sea at the Stekenjokk plateau (or “Stekenjokkplatån” in Swedish) between Lapland and Jämtland. The route covers a total distance of 500 kilometers and offers unforgettable views. One of the most appreciated aspects of this road is that it goes straight through the bare mountain (in Swedish called “kalfjället”), which gives you the opportunity to experience both the mountains and the Sami cultural landscape directly from your mobile home.

Vildmarksvägen offers beautiful views. Copyright: Helena Bergström

The journey starts in Strömsund in Jämtland, where you can pay a visit to the village’s homestead, which is very nicely located by the water. On the way to Gäddede, you have the opportunity to see the beautiful waterfall Hällingsåsfallet, which has a 40-meter drop and is perhaps the most spectacular waterfall along the entire Vildmarksvägen.

When you continue on, you pass the small village of Jormvattnet, where there is a fishing camp and possible to book a riding tour with Icelandic horses. There is also the opportunity to see another waterfall, Brakkåfallet, which is known, among other things, from the famous Swedish movie Dunderklumpen. Nearby, you can also experience the lake Stora Blåsjön, see the Gaustafallet waterfall, and experience the caves Korallgrottorna. Note, however, that the caves can only be seen together with a guide. Once you arrive at the Stekenjokksplatån, you experience the most famous part of Vildmarksvägen. Here, at 876 meters above sea level, you experience the highest point of the road, meaning incredible views.

Furthermore, the former mining village of Klimpfäll offers great opportunities for hiking, with, for example, Trollstigen and Kullafallet. When you arrive at Fatmokakke, you can see the Sami church town of Fatmomakke, which is the most prominent Sami church town in the whole country.

On the way to Vilhelmina, you pass the beautiful rapids of Trappstegsforsen, which is easily accessible right by the road, a little south of Saxnäs. There is also the opportunity to experience the waterfall Dimforsen and make a detour to Borgafjäll, where there is lovely nature and a restaurant. In Vilhelmina, you can see, a church town from the 19th century along with a seasonal museum and the opportunity to discover Sami crafts.

In Dorotea, you can visit a church with unique sculptures by, among others, Carl Milles, as well as a homestead and caravan museum. When the tour then continues, back towards Strömsund, you can make various stops at everything from waterfalls to nature areas and car museums – whatever you desire.

Along the way you can see reindeer. Copyright: Helena Bergström

If you want to hike during your trip along Vildmarksvägen, there are many different options. For example, you can hike the Bjurälven hiking trail (7.3 km), hike to Mesklumpen’s top (about 4 km) or hike the longer Norgefararleden (40 km).

1st night: Strömsund → 1 h 40 min – 135 km 2nd night: Gäddede → 1 h 20 min – 85 km 3rd night: Stekenjokk → 45 min – 45 km 4th night: Fatmomakke → 1 h 40 min – 120 km 5th night: Vilhelmina → 40 min – 55 km 6th night: Dorotea → 1 h 50 min – 125 km 7th night: Strömsund

Total travel time: 7 h 30 min and 495 km Best time to visit: The entire stretch is open from June 6 to October 15

Places to stay overnight along the way

  • Pitches at Hmbygdsgården in Strömsund
  • Gäddede Camping and Cottages
  • Pitches at Stora Blåsjön
  • Fatmomakke nature camping
  • Kolgårdens Stugby and Camping in Vilhelmina
  • Doro Camp in Dorotea

Are you thinking about wild camping during your trip along Vildmarksvägen? You can read more about wild camping in general, and about wild camping in Sweden, in our article .

3. Göta canal with motorhome for 7 days

Östergötland and västergötland.

This seven-day road trip in Sweden takes you along the Göta Canal, which is one of the largest and most famous sights in Sweden. The canal, which was completed in 1832, is 190.5 kilometers long and runs between Mem in Östergötland and Sjötorp in Västergötland. The canal was founded by Baltzar von Platen and built by a total of 58,000 soldiers. All in all, 87.3 kilometers were dug or blasted, in addition to the natural waterways. In total, the canal has 58 locks, 2 aqueducts, and a level difference of 91.8 meters. In summer, it is extremely popular to follow the canal by boat, and it is just as popular to follow it on land, for example by bicycle or motorhome.

 It is very popular to visit Göta Canal in the summer. Copyright: Helena Bergström

One can choose to follow the canal from east to west, or in the opposite direction, and in this guide, the journey begins at the farthest east. The first lock is in Mem, which is usually described as the Baltic Sea gateway to Göta Canal. This is the exact place where the canal was festively inaugurated in 1832, with, among others, King Karl XIV Johan. In addition to seeing the lock and the meticulous process surrounding it, visit Kanalmagasinet’s café and restaurant. You may also be interested in exploring Stegeborg, where you will find a castle ruin, together with a marina and a harbor tavern.

The motorhome journey then continues to Söderköping, which is a really picturesque little summer town. The canal runs right through the center, and standing here and watching the boats enter the locks is very popular. Söderköping is also known for ice cream, and outside the popular ice cream café Smultronstället, with large and spectacular ice cream dishes (yes, that’s right – dishes, more than a snack), the queues tend to be long. There are also other, smaller ice cream cafes in town.

Now it’s time to drive on towards Bergs Slussar (“the locks of Berg”), which is one of the highlights along the Göta canal. Here, there is an imposing staircase lock that includes no less than 11 locks, with a height difference of 18.9 meters in total. In addition, there are several other interesting sights nearby. Among other things, you can visit Vreta Abbey from the 12th century, and the aqueduct in Ljungsbro, where the boats go on a bridge above the cars.

The journey then continues to the small city of Motala, and on the way, you can stop in the charming village of Borensberg, where you will find several cozy shops. Motala is often described as the capital of the Göta Canal. Here, you will find the second largest staircase lock of the canal, and Baltzar von Platen, the man behind the canal, is buried here. There is also a car museum and the Nordic region’s largest lake beach. When you travel by motorhome and want to get from Motala to Forsvik, where the canal continues, you have to go around Lake Vättern. Now, if you want, you can take the opportunity to explore the charming town of Askersund or pay a visit to Tiveden National Park. Once in Forsvik, you will find the oldest lock of Göta Canal and Forsvik’s mill, with its long history and interesting industrial museum. Nearby, you can also visit Karlsborg Fortress, which was completed in 1909, but which had already become outdated by the time it was completed.

It is now time to continue to the small town of Töreboda, where you can take the opportunity to go on the smallest regular ferry in Sweden. If you wish, you can stay one night at the beautifully situated Wassbacken café and campsite, before continuing to Hajstorp, where there are two nice double locks.

Before you reach the end of the journey in Sjötorp, you pass the locks in Norrqvarn, which offers a holiday feeling with a restaurant and canal-themed playground. In Sjötorp, it is then time to see the very last locks along the canal, while you may take the opportunity to enjoy ice cream and fresh fish.

The impressive lock stairs in Berg's locks. Copyright: Peter Bergström

When you are in Motala, you can take a detour south to the historic town of Vadstena, where you can visit the Vadstena castle and abbey area. If you like history, you can continue to the Alvastra Abbey and the Rök runestone, with the world’s longest runic inscription.

Overview of the tour

1st night: Stegeborg → 1 h – 35 km 2nd night: Söderköping → 45 min – 56 km 3rd night: Berg’s locks → 30 min – 37 km 4th night: Motala → 1 h – 85 km 5th night: Forsvik → 35 min – 33 km 6th night: Töreboda → 25 min – 20 km 7th night: Sjötorp

Total travel time: 4 h 30 min and 280 km Best time to travel: June – August

Places to stay overnight along the way:

  • Pitches in Stegeborg
  • Pitches in Söderköping
  • Pitches at Bergs Slussar
  • Pitches at Södra Strand in Motala
  • Pitches at Forsvik along Göta canal
  • Wassbacken Café and Camping
  • Pitches at Sjötorp Norra along Göta Canal

Following the Göta canal with a motorhome is popular, which is why it can be crowded at campsites and pitches. During high season, it can therefore be good to book in advance or to arrive early in the day.

4. Road trip through Sweden for 2-3 weeks

Southern sweden.

This 14-day tour, which easily can be extended to a three-week tour, takes you around the entire southern part of Sweden. The tour starts in Skåne, takes you along the beautiful west coast, continues between lakes Vänern and Vättern, lets you experience the capital Stockholm, and then takes you south again along the beautiful east coast. It is possible to make the trip in two weeks, but you must be prepared for a relatively high pace and slightly longer driving distances. Adding one more week gives you more time to discover everything a bit deeper.

Fotö pitch at the Öckerö Islands outside Gothenburg. Copyright: Helena Bergström

Your journey begins in Malmö in Skåne, which offers a lovely stretch of coast and the opportunity to see the famous Turning Torso building, the highest building in Sweden. You can also visit the historic Malmöhus castle. The tour then continues along the west coast, where you can visit the cozy summer town of Halmstad. Here, you can stroll around town along the river Nissan, or head out to cozy Tylösand to enjoy nice beaches. You can make another stop along the west coast in Varberg, which is another lovely summer town with long sandy beaches. Here, you can also take the opportunity to explore the Varberg fortress.

On the way up to Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden, you might take the opportunity to visit Tjolöholm Castle, which is a fairytale-like beautiful castle, built in opulent British style. Once you arrive in Gothenburg, you can discover this lovely west coast city, where you can, for example, stroll through the idyllic Haga or the beautiful botanical garden. Another option is to go out to the charming Öckerö islands, where you will find several pitches for motorhomes in a beautiful coastal environment. From Gothenburg, the journey continues towards yet another fairytale castle, Läckö Castle, which is reflected in Lake Vänern with its high pinnacles and towers. After that, you can continue to Örebro, where you can explore the magnificent Örebro Castle and visit the charming Wadköping open-air museum, which offers a wonderful journey back in time.

You are now approaching the capital Stockholm, and of course, there is much to see and discover here. For example, you may want to take a walk in Djurgården, with the Vasa Museum, or discover the Stockholm archipelago during a boat trip. Even more tips for those who want to be visiting Stockholm by motorhome can be found here.

After the visit to Stockholm, it is time to head south again, but now along the eastern coast. On the way to the city of Norrköping, you can make a stop in the charming town of Trosa or discover nature in the Stendörren nature reserve, which offers a lovely archipelago environment with bridges between islands. In Norrköping, you can discover the special, and beautiful, industrial landscape.

When going south along the east coast, you can, for example, stay in Västervik, which is a lovely and idyllic little summer town, and also the birthplace of Björn Ulvaeus in Abba. Here, you can also take the opportunity to enjoy the environment at the lovely Västervik Resort. When you drive further south, it is well worth stopping in Kalmar, where you can stroll among charming buildings and discover the impressive Kalmar Castle.

A final stop is worth making in Karlskrona, a military town included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, due to its military history. Here, you may want to visit the Marine Museum, or why not try delicious ice cream at the Glassiären in the middle of town? If the circle is then to be closed, it is time to roll back to Malmö, where this road trip through Sweden by motorhome began.

 Karskrona in Blekinge. Copyright: Helena Bergström

1st night: Malmö → 1 h 30 min – 140 km 2nd night: Halmstad → 50 min – 70 km 3rd night: Varberg → 1 h – 75 km 4th – 5th night: Gothenburg → 2 h – 150 km 6th night: Läckö castle → 2 h 20 min – 185 km 7th night: Örebro → 3 h – 215 km 8th – 9th night: Stockholm → 2 h – 165 km 10th night: Norrköping → 1 h 30 min – 115 km 11th night: Västervik → 1 h 45 min – 140 km 12th night: Kalmar → 1 h 10 min – 80 km 13th night: Karlskrona → 2 h 10 min – 200 km 14th night: Malmö

Total travel time: 18 hours and 1,500 km Best time to travel: End of May to end of September

  • First Camp Tylösand – Halmstad
  • Pitches at Varberg Harbor
  • Pitches at Fotö Harbor outside Gothenburg
  • Läckö Camping
  • Gustavsvik’s campsite in Örebro
  • Tantolunden’s campsite in Stockholm
  • Västervik Resort
  • Pitches in Kalmar
  • Pitches at Karlskrona city marina

If you want to make your road trip through Sweden as affordable as possible, you can have a look at our page dedicated to discounts on stopover sites for campers in Sweden .

5. A few final words about your trip with motorhome Sweden

Discovering Sweden with a motorhome is wonderful! In this guide, we have presented a number of suggestions for road trips, of which you should find a setup that suits you, regardless of whether you want to be on the road for one or three weeks, or heading south or north. Thus, you can of course adapt these suggestions to your own schedule and rhythm. If you have plenty of time, it can be nice to travel at a slower pace, and have time to experience more in each place.

In addition to the motorhome routes suggested here, there are of course many more places to discover. As we said in the beginning, Sweden is a diverse country with lots of places to discover. Among others, the island of Öland is popular, as well as the archipelago of Bohuslän and the northern parts of Norrland. Why not combine a motorhome trip in Sweden with adventures in Finland or Norway?

Motorhomes on a camping site in Landskrona in Skåne. Copyright: Helena Bergström

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The best motorhome routes in Scandinavia

Discover scandinavia by motorhome or campervan.

Looking for a motorhome road trip where you live close to nature? Then consider a trip to Scandinavia. You will be amazed by the beauty of the route, the nature around you and the magnificence of the lakes and fjords with their emerald green water. Small fishing villages with red wooden houses, countless lakes, majestic fjords, endless natural beauty, lots of space, ... what more could you want on a campervan trip?

We have drawn up a motorhome route for a motorhome holiday in southern Sweden, Denmark and southern Norway. Each of the three countries has its own nature and culture. In Denmark, you live close to the sea, in Sweden you find mostly forests and lakes and Norway is best known for its fjords. Whatever you choose, each of these motorhome routes guarantees a wonderful holiday.

3 beautiful motorhome routes through Scandinavia

Denmark is consistently in the top five of the happiest countries in the world, and that is not surprising. The vastness of the country invites you to explore the nature, get lost in the cosy villages and discover the (uninhabited) island life. Denmark is perfect for a round trip where you will be amazed by the diverse nature. Sandy beaches, fresh green meadows and forests alternate constantly. This road trip in Denmark lets you discover the freedom and the beauty of the country. The trip starts in Southern Jutland and takes you along the three big islands of Denmark, Funen, Sealand and Lolland. Learn about Viking history along the way and, of course, Legoland and beautiful Copenhagen are also on the agenda.

Southern Norway and the fjords

This road trip through southern Norway starts and ends in Kristiansand, reached by ferry from Hirthals (Denmark) or by freeway past Copenhagen, Sweden and Oslo. The latter option does mean considerable extra travel time. This route is ideal for a fortnight's summer vacation. You will discover the most beautiful fjords and a fascinating interior with lakes and nature parks.

Southern Sweden

Small fishing villages with red wooden houses, countless lakes, picturesque heath landscapes and dense (pine) forests. If we add IKEA, Volvo and the pop group ABBA to that, you know exactly where we are going this time with our campervan. Right, Sweden! The country of the Vikings, culture, art and history, but also of wild adventure, endless natural beauty and lots of space.

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Ten Tips for Touring Sweden in a Camper

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Sweden may be Europe’s best kept secret although this country seriously deserves our time. Hidden behind the dramatic shadows of its sibling rival Norway, Sweden neither begs nor demands our attention. Instead it sits quietly, assertively and comfortably in its own skin and happily follows its own drum. When you visit though, make no mistake, this country will embrace you emphatically. With a warmth that will set you aglow whatever the weather, Sweden will feel like home within two footsteps and be a firm favourite in your heart forever. 

We had 34 delicious days touring Sweden, determined to feel its soul before we hit the visual explosion of Norway. Our Summer in Scandinavia road-trip has been, without doubt, a highlight of our full-time travels. 

Whilst we respect other people’s travel perspectives, we have been surprised and delighted by Sweden’s captivating appeal and found it neither boring nor uninspiring, as we had been led to believe. I’m sure that Norway’s geological masterpiece will blow our tiny minds in two, although there is nothing that will dislodge my feelings about Sweden. With her soft exuberance, gentle curves, charming natural energy and effortless elegance, Sweden’s landscape and profound culture will hold firm in my photo-album of memories. 

And with our diverse experiences in this Nordic pleasure-zone, we wanted to share our Top Tips for getting the most out of this awesome destination. For a closer look at our route and highlights check out our Interactive Map here.

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1. Getting There

Arriving into Sweden is not as difficult as the map might suggest, despite its northern position. Depending on which direction you are coming from, entry is not only straightforward, it is also rich in options. With your camper you have two options for your arrival;

1. By Ferry.   Ferries are plentiful in this Nordic land. You can travel from:

  • Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania
  • Norway and Finland
  • Via Finland you can cross the border at Haparanda on the E8.
  • Via Norway ; from the north, the E10 entry into Abisko is an outstanding route or on E6 in the south, crossing at Seläter.
  • Via Denmark crossing the Storebælt and  Øresund Bridge (which are chargeable.) 

If you are coming from UK, then head from Calais across northern Netherlands and Germany. We recommend crossing the Elbe river at Wischhafen on the ferry, rather than getting caught up in Hamburg. For €20 (for a 7.5m van) you are across the water in 30 mins.   Check out our footage of this easy route to Denmark here.  

This is our route into Denmark, which had a couple of diversions to explore Netherlands and see friends, although you will get a flavour of the direction you too could take. 

motorhome tour sweden

Sweden has, on the whole an excellent road network. In the south particularly, driving is effortless and noise free. Of course the summer holidays will undoubtedly bring more traffic, although during our road-trip, Stockholm was the busiest place we encountered. Otherwise we could drive for hours and only see a handful of vehicles. Here are some additional driving tips we can offer.

All of Sweden’s roads have regular pull-ins or parking areas where you can park up for the night. Many of them have dry toilets and offer opportunities to fill up with water too. Along the motorway network, there are regular places you can stop, many of which have latrines for emptying your black waste.  Here’s a map of the main motorway rest areas .  And these are safe to park up areas unlike those in France.

As you head north into Lapland, the roads in summer become unpredictable as it is when they carry out their winter repairs. So take this into account when planning your travel. Often you will come across road works for up to 12 miles (20km) and the tarmac will just disappear, replaced by gravel and potholes and seemingly no-one working on them. This will reduce your speed significantly and could add up to 1 hour to your travel time. So be prepared for this.

When you see a sign for a motorway on the map, just bear in mind that this is not a motorway on the same scale as its European cousins. Often it is just a single carriageway route, especially in the north.

There are no motorway tolls in Sweden. Although they do have two City Congestion Charges and two chargeable bridges that require payment via Vehicle Registration Recognition. In both Stockholm and Gothenburg, if you travel through the city during the week, there is a charge depending on the time of day and your vehicle. Although weekends and public holidays are free. Although these roads can generally be avoided by taking the ring roads. The Motala and Sundsvall Bridges both have charges to help pay for their construction and upkeep, although again they can be avoided. Otherwise all roads are free to travel. For more info on the charges, check here.

Some of the roads in Lapland are more narrow than those in the south. Whilst not impassable with two vehicles, it is worth just being mindful when a lorry or another motorhome passes.

There are plentiful speed cameras  everywhere in the south. Whilst they always warn you of their presence, because there are so many of them, it’s easy to take your eye off the ball and miss one. So do watch your speed. Once you head into the central backbone of Sweden from the High Coast, the cameras strangely disappear.

There were no height restrictions or roads that were off-limits. We never once had to turn round because the road was impassable for a 7.5m van.

As you head north into the wilderness, watch out for the roaming wildlife . Whilst you are more likely to see reindeer than moose, either could be encountered on your route. Advice we got from the locals; if a moose crosses your path, do not swerve. Slow down and go behind them as they never retreat. When it comes to Rudloph’s mates, then they have a more skittish feel about them. They truly wander; from one side of the road to another. There is nothing predictable about them at all. So go at their speed and allow them to find their own course across the carriageway into the forest.

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3. All things Money and Shopping 

Despite being in Europe, Sweden has its own currency – Swedish Krone, SEK. We used XE.com to get a handle on the exchange rates.

Sweden is generally a cash-less society , so don’t load up with too much of the paper stuff. Just your pre-loaded cards will do fine. Even for small amounts, cards are generally used. The only exception was an Aire we stayed at.

Shopping in Sweden is more expensive than some of its European cousins further south, although is on a par with UK, on many levels. Petrol Stations are about the same and food is more like an upmarket supermarket price bracket, like say Waitrose.

In terms of supermarkets , you have plenty of options; Lidl, ICA, Hemköp, Willy’s and Stora Coop. We particularly liked Coop for its range of food and layout and ICA was pretty good if not a bit more expensive. It’s worth noting that Lidl, whilst is prevalent in the south, starts to thin out as you head north. The last one in the central north region is Östersund and Skelleftea on the Baltic Coast. Once in Lapland then you will rely on ICA and Coop mostly.

Alcohol is more expensive  than many countries in Europe, although again similar to UK prices. Whilst you can buy low alcohol beers in supermarkets, stronger stuff is only available in Government run stores such as Systembolaget.

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4. Diesel and LPG

Sweden’s petrol stations are profuse. They are mostly self-serving and payable at the pump. Most often you will also find water that you can fill up your tanks with too.    Some petrol stations have Latrines for emptying your black waste.

Bizarrely, we found the prices of diesel more expensive in the south and as we headed east towards Stockolm, it was cheaper. In June 2019 prices ranged from 16.30SEK around Mälmo to 15.39SEK in Sundsvall.

For LPG , these are not attached to garages and are most often found in Industrial estates, set up as separate businesses. In the south there are generally plenty of places to fill up, although in the north there are few to none. The furthest north you will find a station is in Piteå on the Baltic Coast. There is nothing up the central spine or in Lapland. So plan carefully especially if you are visiting in autumn and winter when the weather gets colder.  Check the LPG.eu website for more information on up-to-date locations.

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5. Eating and Drinking

Whilst we didn’t eat out much in Sweden, partly because of the prices, we did have a couple of outings. One thing you must do whilst here is to indulge in a Fika. It’s coffee and a little something to eat. Consumed at any time of the day, this is a very cultural Swedish experience and won’t break the bank.

Experiencing a bit of Sami culture is essential to your Scandinavian adventure. And if you can try their food, you’ll not  be disappointed. Their Coffee Cheese is interesting – stove boiled coffee with chunks of cheese lurking in the bottom of your cup –  hum interesting!

Whilst your views on meat may lean you towards vegetarian, for meat lovers, Reindeer sausage is an interesting meat. Much like venison, it is a very dark meat and we had a lovely Sami dish with slices of sausage on their delicious flatbreads with a horseradish and creme fraiche dressing. 

If you decide on a city visit to Gothenburg or Stockholm and decide on eating out – just be aware of prices. Much like any other city around the world, food prices can double. We had a much needed cider and beer in Stockholm, for the princely sum of £14. Whilst that might be standard for London lovers, for us, that was steep. 

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6. Conversing

Swedes are excellent linguists and English is just one of their many tongues. Although we have always found that being able to converse in a country’s local language is so important and respectful. Here are some key phrases that we used to help us blend in, just a little. 

  • Hej, hej  – hello
  • Hej då (pronounced do) – bye
  • Tack – thank you and please
  • Kan jag på (pronounced po) – can I have?
  • Är det möjligt – is it possible?
  • Pratar du engelska  – do you speak English?
  • Ja och nej – yes and no
  • Kan jag betala   –  can I pay?
  • Kan jag stanna – can I stay?
  • En natt tack – one night please 

7. DIY and campervan crisis

We can never guarantee a hiccup-free road-trip to any country and whilst we can have the best stocked tool-kit in the world, it rarely covers every eventuality. So if like us, you experience issues that need a bit of DIY fixing until you get home, then Biltema is the place to head for.    Biltema  is an incredible one-stop-shop  that sells almost everything for bicycles, all types of vehicles, boats, gardens, electrics and plumbing. We used them on a couple of occasions and they are a priceless resource. Also they have Dollar Stores, which are a bit like the Chinese stores you find across Europe.

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8. All things Camping 

Camping in Sweden is effortless whether you like wild camping or the security of an Aire or campsite. Whilst we only used two campsites during our 34 day stay, there are plenty available. Check out this site for more campsite information . The two sites we used were for a city visit and get washing done. The typical routine is that you book a 3 hour slot and you can do as many washes and tumble dries as you like during this period. Some charge for this service and others it is free.

If you enjoy the in-between version of an Aire – Sweden call them Campingplats, then there are lots of these too  –  especially in the south and around the Göta Canal. They all have full facilities and idyllic locations. Be aware though that many of them are payable by Swish , which is a Sweden specific mobile payment system. Generally for us foreigners, there is a warden who will come around to collect your money. This is the one time that having cash will be important. 

We are wild camping lovers and Sweden is bar far the best country we have visited that offers effortless overnight parking. And after the joys of Greece , that really is saying something.  Whether it is parking up on a sandy beach (yes, right on the sand is permitted and safe), alongside rivers and lakes ideal for swimming or beside authentic fishing villages in the middle of no-where. Sweden offers it all. Just be mindful that in the summer mosquitos come out to play and with so much water it can be a bother. We had one particularly bad night, although otherwise it wasn’t as bad as we expected.

In terms of emptying and filling, this is simple too. With free services for motorhomes dotted everywhere, dry toilets that allow you to eek out your own facilities, and garages where you can also fill up with water, it really is so easy. We used Park4Night for a majority of our overnights, together with Google Earth to find our own quiet spots for the night.   And all our entries have been added to SearchforSites . I have never felt so safe as in Sweden and we really did end up in some remote spots.

Sweden has a freedom to roam policy. So if you are coming with a tent or camper, then this is camping heaven. You are allowed, by law to camp, walk, pick berries and kayak in the wilderness. In fact you can stay anywhere as long as it is not in a private garden or close to residential dwellings. 

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9. Coping with the Midnight Sun

This part of the world is blessed, during the summer months with 24hrs sunlight for a couple of months. From mid-May to mid-July you will begin to experience seriously long days. Even in the south of Sweden, light evenings at midnight are common around 21 June. Although as you head towards Arjeplog in Lapland you are in for a midnight treat. This is the furthest south you can experience the Midnight Sun. Thanks to the tilt of the earth, this solar ball never sinks below the horizon, it just tickles it and continues on its way into the next day. 

Coming from UK, not having dark nights is a strange experience. There’s something about how our bodies are conditioned to feel tired when the light fades and awakens again with the dawn. This far north those definitions don’t exist – at this time of year at least. So birds sing all night, insects go about their business undisturbed and time for sleep never seems to arrive. It really is an adjustment. Although adjust you will.

We love sleeping with blinds open, although to trick the mind, either get black-out curtains or close your shutters so you can block out the sunshine. You will wake up in the middle of the night and feel disorientated as your mind tries to work out the time. If you really struggle, take eye masks so you can sleep. Although it is worth adding that after a couple of weeks, your body will soon adjust and your internal body clock will naturally want to sleep.

There are so many upsides to these super long days; it inspires immense creativity, aliveness and time to travel for as long as you want. You can start out on the road early and still have plenty of time  to explore your destination. We have felt so energised by this 24hr light and it really feels so exciting even 6 weeks on.  And one of the best bits for us wild campers; we can go to bed with our batteries at 12.4 and wake up to fully charged fellas because of the constant solar. It makes living and travelling here so easy.

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10. Preparing for the weather

We’d love to be precise about the weather in these parts, although given our experiences of snow in Spain, earthquakes in Italy and flash floods in France, I’m not sure we are best placed for predictions. Scandinavia generally in summer has some gorgeous weather, reaching the heady heights of mid-twenties. Although depending on what is happening in Southern Europe, Scandinavia can have reverse fortunes. On 29th June we were sat in a snow-storm in Abisko. 

As the days become shorter and the summer submits to the force of autumn, the weather will start to change. Snows can come as early as October in the far north, so make sure you have de-icer or screen wash in your reservoir and snow socks as a precaution.

One thing is sure, we came to this area knowing that we would not be encountering a heat-wave. OK so 2018 was perhaps an exception! It’s important though to not be ruled by the sun or heat because we are a long way north. We found that there was a definite weather pattern. We would have three or four really lovely warm days followed by two cold, wet and grey ones. Tune your heads into cooler weather than you might expect if you head south to Spain. Pack layers, waterproofs and solid walking boots. Shorts can have their place in your packing cubes, although manage your expectations and you will enjoy the area so much more. Much like anywhere, the weather is, what the weather is.

A road-trip to Sweden has never been more accessible. With a warm welcome, a diverse and beautiful landscape and 1000 miles north to south, there are endless options for your adventures. Coastline, mountains, forest, castles, canals and lakes – every interest and outdoor pursuit can be satiated in this enthralling country. Start planning for your trip now and experience the magnificence that Sweden has to offer. For more on the route we took, our highlights and overnight stopovers, check out our comprehensive blog here . 

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SUMMER IN SWEDEN 2022

4th to 28th august 2022.

One of our longer and more adventurous tours, this 25-day trip passes through France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark before crossing the Oresund Bridge into Sweden. The tour skirts the southern and eastern archipelagos arriving in Stockholm before heading west across to Sweden's southern archipelago. En route we visit Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Malmo. Your trip will encompass six countries, two capital cities, several large towns, islands, beaches, archipelagos, fjords, lakes, forests, castles, historic sites and even Vikings!

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 LOYALTY DISCOUNT

£50 off

For existing customers or if you book more than one tour

 NORMAL PRICE

£2950

Bookings made

after  31/12/21

 EARLY BIRD

£2850

before 31/12/21

Prices are based on a motorhome and up to two people. Supplement of £500 for each additional person.

For more information, please see the brochure for this tour below.  

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The price of each tour includes as standard:

Up to two people travelling in their own motorhome.

Fully flexible Dover-Calais return ferry crossings using P&O Fully Flexi tickets, which allow changes to be made both to your outward and return journeys.

  • Accommodation on pre-booked campsites including electric hook-up and showers.

Free night on a designated UK campsite on the night before travel.

Group meals and drinks receptions as detailed in the tour itineraries.

Detailed travel pack to include full itinerary, map, campsite directions, routes (toll and non-toll as appropriate), GPS co-ordinates, suggested sightseeing and tourist activities en route, tips and advice on motorhoming on the Continent.

  • Help and support in the event of problems while on tour.
  • Full financial protection.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS/COSTS

There are toll charges on French motorways.

There are bridge tolls in Denmark and Sweden, in particular the Great Belt and Oresund Bridges, which are around £100 each way, although we can advise on how to register to reduced price crossings.

You need low emission zone stickers for France and Germany.

You must be comfortable with some longer driving days and short stays at each location.

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THE SMALL PRINT

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

Personal expenditure, for example, fuel, tolls, vignettes, meals, upgrades, laundry, personal excursions, public transport or entrance fees.

Where there are significant costs such as bridge or tunnel tolls, or extra ferry crossings, we make you aware of these before booking.

  • Personal travel insurance (compulsory).
  • Vehicle breakdown cover (compulsory).

Supplements for additional travellers, pets or alternative ferry crossings. Please contact us for details.

IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION

Payment of the deposit secures your place on the tour. Please note that the deposit is non-refundable except in the event that we cancel your tour.

Please note we cannot take vehicles over 8 metres long or pets on some of our tours. We do not accept any form of towed vehicle. Please check before booking.

We use P&O Dover-Calais as standard on most tours. Return dates are flexible for up to one year.

Alternative ferry routes are available. Supplements are payable depending on the route selected.

If you have any mobility issues, please check with us before booking. On some tours you may experience uneven ground or sloping sites and there may be steps into toilet blocks, which may be some distance from your pitch.

Campsites may be located a short distance from the local attractions or public transport routes. As a rough guide, we recommend that you are able to walk a kilometre.

If you have any dietary issues, please let us know when booking. Group meals are to a set menu. However, we can accommodate special dietary requirements.

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Motorhome route Sweden: from Gothenburg to Falun

Sweden! A country that is becoming more and more popular with motorhome owners. There is actually no reason why you should not go to Sweden with the motorhome. The country is perfect for a motorhome roadtrip through its overwhelming nature. On the way you will see typical red houses interspersed with beautiful lakes, bustling cities and who knows, you might even see a reindeer! Can you already see yourself driving a motorhome through the varied landscape of Sweden? Then we've put together a great motorhome trip for you.

Gothenburg - the start of your motorhome trip of Sweden

We'll start the motorhome trip in Gothenburg, Sweden's second-largest city! This is a city where culinary aficionados can get their fill. Over the years Gothenburg has developed into an important commercial fishing center. Because of its location on the west coast of Sweden, the best fish is caught here every day. There is no better place to taste this freshly caught fish than at the local fish market or in one of Gothenburg's restaurants. You will also be amazed by the locals. They are extremely hospitable here! Although Gothenburg is only a small city you can wander around for hours. From culture, high quality restaurants to beautiful nature. You can find it all in this Swedish city. Because the city is small you can discover everything on foot. Stroll in the district of Haga and admire the wooden worker houses. These were built between 1870 and 1940. Don't forget to taste a cinnamon bun. This Swedish delicacy is the delicacy of the city. To take a break, you should be in the Slottsskogen park. This is a natural forest full of colorful flowers. In the summer various events are organized here.

A little outside the center you can spend the night with the motorhome at motorhome stopover Medicinaregatan Norra . 

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- Gothenburg is a must-see on your motorhome trip of Sweden!

Gothenburg - Smögen (+/- 133 kilometers)

After your visit to Göteburg it's time to continue your journey to Smögen. This village is known for its colorful fishermen's houses. It is the ideal destination to relax during your motorhome trip. Besides the colorful fishermen's houses you will find a lively boulevard, wild coast, nice boutiques and in the summer there is plenty of swimming here. There are many diving boards above the sea and natural swimming pools. Furthermore, Smögen is perfect for a walk. Do put on your sturdy walking shoes, because it can be rocky here! We also definitely recommend taking a boat trip. From the water you discover the city in a whole different way. You can even join a fishing boat to catch langoustines with the local fishermen. After the boat trip, the freshly caught fish is prepared for you.

For a visit to Smögen you can stay at Park and Stay Smögen . Here you stay at the waterfront!

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- Park and Stay Smögen has a beautiful location by the water.

Smögen - Mariestad (+/- 197 kilometers)

The third stop of your motorhome trip is Mariestad. For this you have to travel 197 kilometers with the motorhome. Once you arrive in Mariestad you will be amazed. The city is on the Gothic Canal and is beautiful. It is therefore not surprising that tourists from all over the world enjoy visiting this city. Park your motorhome at the Mariestad motorhome stopover or Mariestads Hamnomräde . Both sites are located by the water and are ideal for exploring Mariestad. Discover at your own pace all the beauty the city has to offer. An attraction you should not miss is the Mariestad Cathedral. You can see it in the distance above the city. From the outside it may not seem so special, but once you step inside you understand why this parish church is so popular. It is beautifully decorated with a beautiful altar and ancient paintings. Want to learn more about the history of Mariestad? Then pay a visit to Qvarnstensgruvan i Lugnås. Here a guide will be only too happy to tell you all about the industrial history of the city. The guide will show you what working conditions were like in those days and in the Vadsbomuseum you can see how the city developed further after these industrial times. As in Smögen, you will see many people swimming here in good weather. Take a dip in one of the outdoor pools and relax!

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- In winter you can take an ice bath in the open air here! 

Mariestad - Västerås (205 kilometers)

Today we have a 205 kilometer motorhome ride on our schedule. You drive from Mariestad to Västerås in the middle of Sweden. This is a vibrant city with village atmospheres. The friendly atmosphere will quickly make you feel welcome here. It is full of nice cafes, restaurants and other entertainment venues. Many events are also organized here and there is always something to do. For the best view of the city you should go to the Sky Bar. This cocktail bar can be found on the 24th floor of the First Hotel Plaza. It is a favorite of the locals. Besides the many entertainment venues, Sweden's largest burial mound, the Anundshög is definitely worth a visit. It dates back to 500-700 AD. After your visit to the burial mound it is time for the Ängso slott. Here you imagine yourself in royal spheres. The castle was built in the 15th century and there are many legends about this castle. During a visit you can learn all about it. Are you traveling through Sweden with your children or grandchildren? Then Kokpunkten water park is highly recommended. You'll find this water park in an old power station with no less than 8 floors.

You can spend the night in Sweden at Västerås Gästhamn harbor. Also here you can spend a wonderful night on the water.

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- The nature in Sweden is beautiful!

Västerås - Stockholm (+/- 109 kilometers)

It's finally time to visit Stockholm, the capital of Sweden! The sights and activities you can undertake in this city are countless. We advise you to stay longer than one day in this city with your motorhome. That way you have all the time to enjoy this hip city with historical elements. Did you know that this city is built on 14 islands? For this reason Stockholm is also called "The Venice of the North". At Ställplatsstockholm you can stay the night near the water. Tantolundens Husbilscamping Stockholm is also perfect for exploring the city. Wander around the center of this beautiful city and discover the many modern restaurants, stores, museums and many other attractions. On an island in the middle of the city you will find Gamla Stan, the oldest part of the city. Highly recommended for culture lovers! Visit Stockholm Cathedral, the Nobel Museum and take a look at the Royal Palace. In this palace lives the king of Sweden. For those who want to relax, Djurgården peninsula is a must-see. Here you can walk through the green Haga Park and escape the busy city life. 

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- Stockholm: The bustling capital of Sweden. 

Stockholm - Gävle (+/- 180 kilometers)

After you enjoyed the beautiful city of Stockholm it's time to drive towards Gävle. To reach this lively university city you travel approximately 180 kilometers with the motorhome. On the way you will pass through beautiful landscapes and with a little luck spot a herd of wild animals. Once you arrive in Gävle you have two motorhome stopovers where you can spend the night. Choose a night on the outskirts of town at motorhome stopover Hemlingbystugan or place your motorhome at the waterfront at motorhome stopover Södra Skeppsbron . Here you overlook the water and see the traditional Swedish houses stand. During your visit to Gävle you will not immediately notice that this city was founded as early as 1446. A fire in the 18th century destroyed almost everything! After the fire a lot has been rebuilt and you can admire these buildings during a walk in Gävle. Walk through the old district Gamla Gefle. This area is car-free and this way you can visit the old colored wooden houses at your own pace. Another must is the old prison of the city. Here you will find out how the prisoners used to be locked up. Also the railroad museum is not to be missed when you are in Gävle!

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- Motorhome stopover Södra Skeppsbron: a beautiful location!

Gävle - Falun (+/- 90 kilometers)

Falun! This is the last camperstop of your motorhome tour in Sweden. After a drive of +/- 90 kilometers you reach this city. Park your motorhome at the Falun motorhome stopover. This peaceful motorhome stopover on the outskirts of the city is the ideal base for your visit to Falun. Falun is known for the large mining area of the Great Copper Mountain. This is one of Sweden's World Heritage Sites. A must-see during your motorhome stop in Falun! From the 18th century, many people worked here daily in the copper mine. Around the 17th century it was even the most important industrial area in Sweden. Eventually the mine closed in 1992 and is therefore no longer in operation today. You can take a guided tour through this underground mine. Walk down the winding stairs and descend to 67 meters below ground. During the tour the guide tells you the most impressive stories about working in the mines. Besides a visit to the popular copper mine, it is nice to walk through the old quarter of Falun. Take a seat at one of the terraces and taste the most delicious Swedish dishes.

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- Do you already know the Sontbrug? This bridge connects Sweden and Denmark.

Can't get enough of Sweden after this motorhome route? Then travel on to the North of the country. Here you will find many more nice cities. Via our Camperstop-App you can always find a motorhome stopover near you. This app contains over 12,500 motorhome stopovers spread over 30 different European countries.

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Author: Freeontour / Claudia Rothkamp, Header image: Claudia Rothkamp

Nature, nature and more nature – this is what Sweden is known for. And as a country where you can pursue outdoor activities without seeing a single person for miles on end. Freeontour has put together a selection of destinations for your summer motorhome trip, most of which are off the beaten track and offer great opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, paddling and swimming surrounded by a diverse natural landscape. Our journey starts in the southern Swedish county of Skåne and continues through the provinces of Småland, Västergötland and Bergslagen to Dalarna in central Sweden and goes back south again through the provinces of Dalsland and Bohuslän.

Rocky coast south of Arild on the Kulla Peninsula in Sweden

Stopover #1: Hiking and mountain biking on the Kulla Peninsula

Many campers who travel to Sweden by ferry or across the Öresund Bridge will start their holiday in the southernmost Swedish county of Skåne. At first, this region may appear to be rather flat and agricultural, but soon enough you will also come across landscapes that bear no resemblance to this initial image. For instance, just a few kilometres north of Helsingborg is the Kulla Peninsula where the landscape has an impressive rocky coastline as well as secluded beech forests, moorlands, heathlands and small picturesque coastal towns. The biggest attraction for most tourists is the Kullaberg Nature Reserve at the western end of the peninsula. The Naturum Kullaberg information centre at the lighthouse offers information, hiking maps and guided tours. However, most visitors tend to be more interested in the rocks at the lighthouse, close to which they can find some natural and artificial rock grottos. However, some sections of the descent are very steep.

Another popular attraction is the Nimis – a giant labyrinthine work of art made from driftwood. The best way to see it is to cycle to Himmelstorpsgården, then follow the yellow "Ns" markings on foot for about 30 minutes, when you will eventually have to climb down rocky terrain to get to the coast. Sturdy shoes are a must! It is also worth stopping over quickly at Arild, a small town near Himmelstorp and a former fishing village with the charm of a summer idyll from the 1900s.

The Kulla Peninsula has an abundance of hiking trails, especially along the coast, some of which are also used as mountain bike trails. This applies in particular to the Kullaberg Nature Reserve, which has a number of longer trails, single trails of various levels of difficulty as well as technically demanding routes. The information centre at the Kullaberg lighthouse is a good place to start to get your bearings.

Wooden walkway in Store Mosse National Park

Stopover #2: Hiking through Store Mosse National Park

A completely different landscape awaits visitors to Store Mosse National Park north of Värnamo in the province of Småland. There's a reason that this national park is roughly translated as big marsh:  it is the largest bogland in Sweden south of Lapland. There are about 40 kilometres of signposted hiking trails, some with shorter or longer loops, so that everyone can choose the route that best suits them. The trails are on boardwalks that take you through areas of peat moss and fen as well as moorland and sections of forest. You will see stunted pine and birch groves paired with countless blueberry bushes, cotton grass and carnivorous sundews, various birds and plenty of dragonflies, too. However, when the weather is good, insects such as mosquitoes and horseflies are not too far away, so don't forget to pack protective clothing or other insect protection. And wear non-slip shoes when it's wet.

Tip for campers:  there are several hiking car parks in Store Mosse National Park, which are also suitable for larger mobile homes. Overnight stays are only allowed in the main car park at Naturum .

Panoramic view of the Store Mosse moorland

Stopover #3: Hiking in Tiveden National Park

A unique beauty spot that is almost hidden between the two large lakes of Vänern and Vättern is Tiveden National Park, southwest of Askersund. It is definitely not one of the largest national parks in Sweden, but undoubtedly one of the most beautiful. If you like hiking up and down narrow trails over roots and rocks, don't mind easy ascents and occasionally want to cool off in a lake, then this is the place for you. The national park has nine different and well-marked circular hiking trails of different lengths, some of them even connecting with each other.

Vitsand beach in Tiveden National Park

The prettiest and most diverse trails include the short Tärnekullerundan loop (1.3 km from Vitsand car park) and the Stenkällerundan loop (2.2 km from Huvudentrén main car park), which can be connected, for example, to sections of the Trehörningsrundan loop to form a longer trail – obviously with a break and swim at the sandy beach at Lake Stora Trehörningen. The almost 5 km loop to the large Troll's Church is also perfect for anyone who likes wild nature, rocks and lakes. However, sturdy shoes are more than just a recommendation on all of these trails – which, by the way, are not at all suitable for prams. Nor are they suitable for mountain bikers as you will end up carrying the bikes more often than actually riding them. But the national park has set up bike trails in the outskirts of the park, parts of which are shared with horse riders. However, they are not really trails per se, instead slightly wider gravel and forest paths. If you want to ride technically demanding trails, you can ride parts of Bergslagsleden, a long-distance hiking trail, which goes through the middle of the national park.

The Tiveden Tärnekullerundan hiking trail

There are designated bays for large motorhomes and caravans at three car parks in the national park. Overnight stays are not usually allowed, but are sometimes tolerated in the motorhome car park at the main entrance. The Stenkällegården campsite  is just 5 km south of the main entrance and is the perfect base for your holiday.

A decommissioned train in Pershyttan, Sweden

Stopover #4: Mountain biking around Pershyttan, a former mining settlement

The Bergslagen mining district in central Sweden was one of the most economically important regions in the country from the Middle Ages until about the mid 20th century. Falun is a well-known mining town, but there are still a few smaller places where you can trace the history of mining in Sweden. If you want to combine some cultural history with beautiful mountain bike trails, you should stop over at the Pershyttan Culture Reserve near Nora. Parts of the former mining settlement are very well preserved, with some buildings serving as an open-air museum village, while others are inhabited. You can still see the old blast furnace, remains of the former wooden shaft pumping system, which is still powered by a waterwheel at specific times, slag heaps, the former train station and many smaller buildings.

Wooden shaft pumping system in the former mining settlement of Pershyttan

Stopover #5: Mining history & mountain bike adventures in Falun

Video: källvikens svarta, mountain bike single trail.

Stopover #6: Sightseeing and relaxing at Lake Siljan

A little further north in Dalarna is Lake Siljan, a very popular holiday region for Swedes. The sixth largest lake in the country offers countless bathing opportunities, a good campsite and RV park infrastructure and some pretty little towns to explore. And there is obviously plenty of unspoilt nature for hiking, biking and relaxing.

Aerial view of Lake Siljan in Sweden

Popular places around the lake include Mora, Leksand, Rättvik and Nusnäs. The latter is known for the colourfully painted Dala horses, and you can visit the factories there and see how they are made. The small town of Leksand is one of Sweden's largest producers of crispbread and is famous for hosting the country's largest midsummer festival. With a 600 m long bathing jetty, Rättvik attracts countless swimmers in summer and is a favourite with families, not least because of the very shallow and long sandy beach. The small town of Mora is traditionally the finish of the long-distance cross-country Vasa Race in winter, which can now also be completed by mountain bike in summer. The former home of the painter Anders Zorn and the Zorn Museum next to it are also worth a visit. But you will also find what you are looking for if you just want to relax by Lake Siljan for a few days and escape the tourist crowds, e.g. on the small island of Sollerön, south of Mora, which is connected to the mainland by two bridges. There are also several campsites and small motorhome sites here. The Kulåra Camping  campsite, for instance, is perfect for relaxing and swimming. There's not a lot of infrastructure here, but that's what makes it all the more idyllic and tranquil.

Canoeists on a lake in Dalsland, Sweden

Stopover #7: Paddling in Dalsland

If you want to go canoeing or kayaking when heading back south, then the Dalsland region is perfect for you, especially around the Dalsland Canal. After all, the area around the Dalsland Canal is made up of countless small and large lakes and watercourses, therefore strictly speaking not actually a canal. Only ten of 240 navigable kilometres go through the manmade canal sections. The rest of the lake system is pure nature. Accordingly, there are also a number of canoe rental companies, including Silverlake, which is based both in Bengtsfors and in the northern part of the Dalsland Canal in Kråkviken at Lake Västra Silen. The banks are surrounded alternately by high cliffs, green meadows and small fir, birch, spruce and beech forests – and naturally by a scattering of the typical red and white summer houses.

View of the gully of the Håverud aqueduct, Sweden

It is also possible to simply follow the course of the Dalsland Canal and then e.g. paddle the easy stretch from Bengtsfors to Håverud, passing numerous locks, and then return either on a historic steamship or a historic rail bus. You can also see the unusual Håverud aqueduct up close: in the 1860s, when the canal was built, it was impossible to install a conventional lock system here due to the loose rock, the strong current and the steep slopes. Instead, a sheet steel trough, floating above the rapids, was built to transport the ships to the next lock. Held together by 33,000 rivets, this unconventional 32.5 m long structure is one of Sweden's most extraordinary structures.

Stopover #8: Swimming, hiking and mountain biking in the Bohuslän archipelago

The Bohuslän province on the Swedish west coast north of Gothenburg is one of the top holiday destinations for Swedes in the country. We, therefore, recommend booking a campsite early if you are planning to visit in the high season in summer. If you prefer pitches, then you should arrive at the site early in the day to have a chance of getting a spot as it can get full quite quickly when the weather is nice.

Sotenäs Camping motorhome area at sunset

Despite its popularity, you can still experience the natural surroundings in Bohuslän without seeing another person. Many places rent out kayaks for solo tours or offer guided tours. If you are out and about by yourself, you can also look for your own small rocky island to go swimming. Moreover, almost every town has one or more beautiful bathing bays for enjoying the cool water. And depending on the area you choose, you will also find a wealth of hiking and biking trails.

Mountain biking over rocks on the Ramsvik Peninsula

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The 8 Best Motorhome Campsites in Sweden

Sweden is a haven for nature lovers and adventurers. It’s rich in beautiful forests that meet the endless picturesque coastlines and lakes of islands and peninsulas of all sizes. It’s an unmissable destination for a motorhome road trip, and one of the most affordable Scandinavian countries to camp in. We’ve compiled a list of the best campsites in Sweden, starting with sites in the south for those travellers heading to Sweden via the ferry from mainland Europe, and working our way up through Stockholm towards some more off-the-beaten-track sites in the north. Wild camping is also a great way to really get to know Sweden, so we’ve included some recommendations for the wild campers out there, too. 

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1. It would be a crime not to put Långsjön Stugor & Camping right at the top of our list, seeing as it is the most popular of all campsites in Sweden! It’s rated 4.7 out of 5 stars and won the camping.info award two years running. Campers particularly love the clean, modern facilities, stunning location, and cool things to see nearby around Ankarsrum. These include Vimmerby, where childhood heroes from the world of children’s author Astrid Lindgren come alive, and the gorgeous lake Långsjön, which is great for canoeing or kayaking.

There are 40 spacious, campervan-suitable pitches, with electricity and lots of greenery for shade, or in the sun, if you prefer. All have views over the lake, and in their new facilities block you’ll find a kitchen, toilets, showers, washer, dryer, suitable toilets/shower and an accessible room for disabled visitors. 

Overnight pitches are 29.00eur in peak season. 

Långsjön Stugor & Camping AB

Fagersand, 59371 Ankarsrum, Sweden.

+46 49052140

[email protected]  

2.  Orrefors campsite is also highly rated, stretching out across 6 hectares of its lake Orranäsasjön peninsula. There are 50 partially divided pitches with electricity and more in a self-sufficient camping meadow. Many pitches are right on the lake, giving an incredible view of the surrounding landscape. Orrefors is perfect to kick off water-based adventures like kayaking, canoeing and fishing, or taking off on a hike.The town itself is right in the middle of glass country, or the ‘Kingdom of Crystal,’ as the region has a long-standing tradition of glassblowing. You can check out the craft yourself by visiting the glassworks, or drive to visit the sunny island of Öland, where the even the royal family go camping in Sweden for their summer holidays every year.

The site has a swimming area with a jetty and lawn. A cafe offers freshly baked waffles, baguettes which are generously filled, plus you can get traditional treats to have with your coffee for ‘Fika,’ an important part of every Swede’s day. You can enjoy yours with views over the lake, and for dinner, cook fish caught from the lake yourself on a barbeque! Although chances of seeing moose and elk are high, you can also visit the Glasrikets Moose Park . Other activities on offer include mini golf, volleyball, extensive bike tours and hikes. The facilities are centrally located, with heated showers and a laundry, ovens and microwaves available free of charge. Motorhome owners can empty chemical waste, and the facilities and cafe are wheelchair accessible.

Tikaskruv 304

38272 Orrefors, 

+46 48130414

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Campsites in Stockholm and central Sweden 

Stockholm is truly a city like no other. The ‘city of 14 islands’ has the appeal of contemporary, urban cool perfectly balanced against its historical richness and proximity to nature. Finding a great spot for camping in Stockholm is easy, as there are loads of options nestled in the coastal woods of the archipelago. 

3. 40-minutes drive southeast of Stockholm, Farstanas Havsbad waits quietly in the Brandallsunds nature reserve for visitors from out of town who want to experience the serenity of their coastal woodland and sandy beach. There are 350 camper and caravanning pitches on grassy meadows that gently slope towards the waterside. You can swim, go snorkelling, windsurfing, kayaking or waterskiing. Even better, you can take a few nights off cooking here, as the site has a snack bar and restaurant, and supplies fresh bread. This is a great one for the digital nomads, too, as 80% of the campsite is reached by WiFi. The facilities here are held to rigorous ACSI standards and regularly inspected. Just note that the camping season here runs from April to August. 

The guide price is 26.90eur for an overnight campervan pitch. 

Farstanas Havsbad & Familje Camping

Farsta 1:1, 15391, Farstanas/Jarna 

+46 855150215

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4. A great way to really immerse yourself in nature whilst not straying too far from the city is camping in the Stockholm archipelago. The archipelago foundation runs good quality campsites on many of the islands, within their nature reserves. As such, these usually have composting toilets, waste bins and fresh water access. You can get to them by car, bus, or boat. We’ve picked our favourite, Gålö but you can find more information at archipelagofoundation.se . 

Gålö is a 4* seaside campsite, and has had that accreditation since 2004.It’s an adult-only (ages 23+) site, suitable for couples, groups and families with children. They’re animal-friendly and the nature reserve setting is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and walkers; there are plenty of excellent seaside trails which depart from the site; this site sits on Sweden’s longest sandy beach. It’s common to see elk and deer in the meadow in the early mornings and after sunset, too. Caring for the environment is a huge part of their ethic, and so there’s a big recycling point. The facilities are modern, clean and tidy, and cleaned every night. There’s a special dog shower built into the toilet blogs for getting those sandy and muddy paws cleaned and dried, too. Make a reservation for this site during the summer months, as it’s small and fills up! There’s a jetty out into the water and it’s great for swimming. Elsewhere on Gålö you can also swim, visit the pub, go horse riding, kayaking, fishing, and biking.  

Flat, grassy campervan and caravan pitches start at 33.16eur per night. 

Skälåkersvägen 11

137 96 Gålö +46 850033880

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5. Although off the beaten track a bit, you’ll be grateful you went to Lake Tisarsen and found the Caravan Club Tisarstrand . If you’re driving across Sweden from East to West or vice versa, this could make a handy stop. The lake is breathtaking, and great for swimming. This particular site is nestled in a small forest and has great lakeside access. There are 85 camper and caravan pitches, a good range of facilities and amenities, including accessible toilets, showers, washing machines and dryers, grey waste and chemical disposal, kitchen with microwave and oven, and a playground. You can hire boats and go fishing or take off walking through the forest trails. Finally, there’s a friendly reception and quaint little shop for any help or extras you may need. Just note that their camping season runs from April to September. 

A 24-hour pitch, including shower and electricity, is 29.65eur for non-members. 

694 92 HALLSBERG, 

+46 767625052

Northern Sweden

6.  Saiva camping is a beautiful site by the gorgeous lake Baksjön, on the outskirts of Vilhelmina in Lapland. The site comprises a reception building with a gift shop and kiosk cafe, TV and fireplace. There’s a facilities block, 23 camping cabins and 37 campervan and caravan pitches. The facilities block has showers, a toilet, a kitchen, a laundry room, chemical and grey water emptying facilities, and a sauna cabin outside. In terms of activities onsite and nearby, there’s a swimming lake with a sandy beach, jetties and diving towers, a beach volleyball court and outdoor gym. They offer canoe and kayak rentals and various guided tours including mountain hiking with dogs, guided fishing trips and moose safaris in the forest. They also host midsummer and midnight light festivals.

Campervan pitches with electricity cost about 24eur in peak season. 

Saiva Camping

Ryttarvägen 1, 912 31, Vilhelmina

+46 94010760

7. If you really want to get into the northern reaches of, be aware that ‘camping’ in Sweden may take on a bit of a looser meaning. It’s traditional to go and stay in a ‘Stuga’ - a cosy little wooden hut - instead of a tent or motorhome. But, if your caravan or motorhome’s heating system is up to it, they also have plenty of pitches. At Blattnicksele , you can experience the very best of this tradition. It’s a natural oasis, perched on some of Europe’s best fishing waters with expansive hiking trails through the forests and across hilly uplands. Foragers can get to know local wild mushrooms and berries (with care), and you can have a go at snowmobile or dog sleigh riding. There are excellent cross-country (or Nordic) ski trails, and traditional ski slopes only 30km away. And, best of all, here you can experience the northern lights and the midnight sun! . There are plenty of berries and mushrooms here. 

Facilities include a barbeque area and fire pit where you can grill your catch of the day, a wood-fired sauna by the river, a pool area, you can hire boats and bikes, a shop for fishing gear, and a toilet block. There’s also a lakeside beach with showers, a woodfired pizza oven, and a restaurant offering snacks. 

​Grass campervan pitches are 22eur per night. 

Blattnicksele Camping

SE-92492 Blattnicksele

Phone: +46 725361283

Wild Camping

Thanks to the Swedish ‘allemansrätten’ (everyman’s right), a custom that has been around since the Middle Ages, everyone has the freedom to roam and go wild camping in Sweden relatively freely and spontaneously. If you want to enjoy this right, be sure not to disturb, destroy or ruin any experience of the natural assets for others. Read more about Sweden’s rules for wild camping here .

Picking your wild camping spot depends on the kind of natural landscape you want to be in. some of the most popular nature reserves and national parks for camping include Gotland, Fulufjället near the Norwegian border, and Upplandsleden. Read more about these locations and how to access them on the Local blog, here . 

There are one million different ways to find handy campsites and wild camping spots in Sweden. You can plan ahead, but don’t necessarily need to plan your road trip routes around where you’ll be pitching for the night. The Campfire Mag have compiled a huge list of all these websites and apps, which will make life easy for you on the road. 

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Before You Go

The National Swedish Campsite Association includes more than 400 member campsites across Sweden. You can access multiple discounts and offers related to camping at these sites using the Camping Key Europe. The card also includes accident and liability insurance during your stay at the campsite. Some campsites in Sweden also accept Camping Card International (CCI). This is available through a phone app and costs about 16 euros a year. Several special offers are associated with the app too, like discounts on ferries to and from Sweden. If you want to know more, visit campingkeyeurope.se .

When to visit Sweden

Swedish springtime is between March/April and May, the summer season is brief but surprisingly warm between June and August, the autumn season is between September to October/November and the winter season is from November/December to March/February. Of course, this will vary across the country, because of its size. The arctic circle includes some of Sweden’s far north but the rest of the country, thanks to the Gulf Stream, enjoys a mild climate. In summer temperatures reach +20C around the country and there are around 20 hours of daylight during these peak camping months!

During summer in the far north, the sun does not set for stretches of time. But, if you want to go camping in Sweden to explore under the midnight sun, or stay in Autumn, make sure your caravan or motorhome is ready for the cold, or plan a quintessential Stuga stay instead!

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Land of the Vikings: Scandinavia

Denmark | sweden | norway, 29 days - 2,570 miles, explore the scandinavian kingdoms on our exciting rv tour through the land of the midnight sun and legendary vikings..

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  • Depart USA / Canada June 2 nd
  • Arrival in Hamburg June 3 rd
  • Return from Hamburg July 1 st

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Denmark is known for its moated castles and Viking relics, Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ Castle Kronborg, wonderful Copenhagen with its cobblestone streets, and its tidy villages. In Sweden we travel through dense forests, see glassblowers at work, and tour the amazing capital Stockholm. Then you will experience the fascinating landscapes of Norway with its fjords, mountains and waterfalls. Marvel at the wooden churches and discover lively cities such as Lillehammer, magnificent Bergen, Oslo and much more.

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We meet you at the airport in Hamburg (Germany) and you get a transfer to your comfortable hotel. In the evening we will have our briefing and then a tasty welcome dinner .

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We enjoy breakfast before we get our fully equipped motorhomes. After an orientation and a stop for groceries we have an easy drive to Schleswig (Germany).

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Today we arrive on the fairytale island of Funen (Denmark) and have a sightseeing tour in Odense , birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen.

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We visit Castle Egeskov with its impressive moat and fascinating vintage motorcycle & car museum. Then we cross a long suspension bridge over the Great Belt and arrive in the afternoon in Denmark‘s oldest town, Roskilde .

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This morning we visit the cathedral with the tombs of 38 kings and queens and stroll through the old town of Roskilde before we have lunch in a restaurant by the harbour. The Viking open-air museum and a cruise on the fjord in a Viking ship replica (weather permitting) are the next highlights.

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Today we arrive in Copenhagen, Denmark’s fun-loving capital. Our charter bus and a local guide pick us up at the campground for our sightseeing tour. See the Little Mermaid , the Changing of the Guards and the colorful houses of Nyhaven . After the tour you may want to enjoy the bright lights and animation of Tivoli Gardens amusement park.

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A free day to explore Copenhagen on your own, to visit one of the museums or to enjoy a cruise on one of the canal boats.

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In the morning we drive across the 5 miles long Oeresund bridge to Sweden to our beautifully located campground close to the castle of Kalmar.

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A local guide shows us Kalmar castle before we travel through rural Smaland. There we visit Kosta Boda , one of Sweden’s oldest glassworks. We continue to the Emigrant Museum and Institute in Vaxjo. In the evening we host dinner in the RV park’s restaurant.

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Our scenic drive leads us through beautiful countryside. At noon we stop in the historic town of Gamla Linköping for a guided tour.

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Today we arrive in Stockholm , the capital of Sweden. Our charter bus and a local guide show us the historical treasures of the beautiful city. See the famous city hall , the palace , and stroll through the cobblestone alleys of the old town, Gamla Stan .

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This morning we visit the Vasa ship museum . The Vasa, a warship, sank in 1628 in the harbor of Stockholm and was salvaged in 1961. After this extraordinary sight there is enough time for you to explore more of Stockholm on your own.

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Today we will visit the magnificent famous castle of King Gustav Vasa, ‘ Gripsholm ’. Then we continue to Rättvik on Lake Siljan . In the evening we host dinner in the rustic campground restaurant.

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In the little village Nusnäs we visit the workshops where the unique wooden Dalarna Horses are carved and painted. Then it is on to Norway! In the afternoon we arrive in Lillehammer .

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We visit the outstanding collection of ancient farm houses and workshops in the Maihaugen Open Air Museum . Then we drive to the ski jump before we leave Lillehammer and travel to our campground close to Gol .

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Today we see a wide variety of Norway’s beautiful scenery while we drive along the ‘ Fairy-Tale-Road ’, across the Hardangervidda Plateau Nature Reserve to the spectacular Voringfossen waterfall . We also take a tour of the Hardangervidda Visitors Center and Museum.

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We enjoy more scenic delights as we cross the Eidfjord on our way to Voss , where you can spend the afternoon at your leisure.

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Today we take the famous day excursion ‘ Norway In A Nutshell ’ which includes a spectacular train ride with breathtaking mountain views and a cruise on the beautiful Naeroyfjord . We host lunch in the little settlement of Flam .

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Days 19 & 20

Our campground is located close to Bergen , Norway’s most beautiful city. We ride a public bus to downtown Bergen, explore the narrow lanes of Bryggen , the ancient part of Bergen, see the colorful fish market and ride the funicular up to the view point on Mount Flöyen . The next day is free to relax or explore more on your own.

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Today we travel along the lovely Sorfjord and see the fantastic double-waterfall Latefossen . In the afternoon we arrive in the little town of Roldal .

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On our way to Oslo, Norway’s capital, we visit the famous wooden church in Heddal .

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Today we have a sightseeing tour of lively Oslo . We visit the City Hall , Frogner Park with Vigeland‘s extraordinary sculptures, the ski jump and the museum island . After a hosted lunch you are free to explore more of Oslo on your own.

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In the moring we walk the cobblestone streets of the old town Frederikstad . On our way back to Sweden we visit the amazing rock carvings of Tanum before we arrive in Asa .

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After an easy drive, a short ferry ride brings us to Helsingör in Denmark, where we visit the impressive ‘Hamlet’ castle, Kronborg .

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We cross the island of Seeland and another ferry ride brings us back to Germany where we enjoy a hearty dinner.

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A visit to Lübeck shows us the many sights of this old city before we have a break for coffee and cake in the famous café Niederegger .

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Days 28 & 29

After returning our motorhomes we transfer to our hotel in downtown Hamburg , where we spend the afternoon on a sightseeing tour and a harbor cruise . In the evening we come together for our a la carte farewell dinner. The next morning after breakfast a shuttle will take you to the airport.

  • $ 9,390 per person (two in an RV)
  • $ 5,870 additional person
  • $ 11,890 solo traveler
  • for RV upgrade add $ 1,300

The Tour Price includes:

Rental motorhomes.

  • New or almost new 20-22 ft. (Upgrades up to 24 ft) class B+/C diesel motorhomes with stick shifts
  • Fully equipped with bedding, camping chairs, dishes etc.
  • Vehicle insurance with €1,500 deductible
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Full propane tank
  • Airport to hotel on arrival day
  • Hotel to rental company
  • Transfers to all activities included in our itineraries
  • Rental company to hotel
  • Hotel to airport on departure day
  • Welcome dinner
  • 2 breakfast buffets (Tour 4 - Greece: 3 breakfast buffets)
  • Various other meals in fine restaurants as described in the itinerary
  • Choice of one beverage (soft drink, beer or wine) with included meals
  • Farewell dinner

Campground Fees

  • Fees for the best available campgrounds
  • Including electrical hook-up 

Ferries and Toll Bridges

  • Tour 2 - Scandinavia: Comfortable ferries, toll for the long suspension bridges
  • Tour 3 - UK & Ireland: Comfortable ferries to and from France to England and to and from Ireland
  • Tour 4 - Greece: Cruise the Adriatic Sea to and from Greece on comfortable ferris (overnight including inside cabin) and to and from Mykonos Island
  • 2 nights first class hotel (Tour 4 - Greece: 3 nights)

Experienced Wagonmaster & Tailgunner

  • We are there for you at all times en route, during sightseeing and on the campgrounds

Daily Briefings

  • Every afternoon we meet for a briefing at which we provide you with detailed information on the next day

Toll Roads (except cash tolls)

  • All street tolls that we can pay in advance via vignette, online RV registration or transponders are included
  • Cash tolls are not included (approx. €50-150 on some tours, mostly in Italy, Greece, France, Spain, Balkans)

Sightseeing Tours

  • Selected sightseeing tours as listed in the itineraries
  • Our sightseeing tours always include an experienced local guide
  • Entrance fees to the sights
  • Personal receiver and head-set to use on guided tour
  • For big cities like Paris, Barcelona, Athens, Stockholm or London we have our own charter bus which picks us up at the campground

Navigation Aids

  • Detailed trip-logs with itinerary and driving directions, personally prepared (except Tour 7 & 8 which are fully GPS guided)
  • Pre-programmed GPS for use during the tour

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Itinerary: 3 weeks camper van experience in Southern Sweden

The first trip after buying our camper van was going to Sweden , one of the best camper van destinations in Europe where wild camping is not a problem. This is the itinerary of our three weeks road trip in this Northern European country with its more than 100.000 lakes.

Read our full story here .

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DAY 1 – ROAD FROM BELGIUM TO BREMEN

DAY 2 – FERRY FROM TRAVEMÜNDE TO MALMÖ

DAY 3 – MALMÖ, LUND, YSTAD, KÄSEBERGA

DAY 4 – KARLSKRONA, ÖLAND

DAY 5 – ÖLAND, GLASSWARE MUSEUM, LAKE VÄTTERN

DAY 6 – GRÄNNA, LAKE VÄTTERN, VADSTENA CASTLE

DAY 7 – STOCKHOLM

DAY 8 – STOCKHOLM ARCHIPELAGO – GRINDA ISLAND

If you want to know more about this great day-trip, also check out our blog post Stockholm Archipelago: A day-trip to Grinda island .

DAY 9 – FALUN COPPER MINE, LAKE SILJUN

DAY 10 – LAKE LIFE IN SVEG

DAY 11 – ROAD TRIP TO THE NORTH – REINDEER WATCHING

DAY 12 – ROAD TRIP TO THE NORTH – REINDEER WATCHING

Reindeer watching in Sweden: 4 days camper van road trip into the wild

Reindeer watching in Sweden: 4 days camper van road trip into the wild

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DAY 13 – GOING BACK SOUTH

DAY 14 – BOHUSLAN COAST – STRÖMSTAD – TANUMSHEDE ROCK CARVINGS

DAY 15 – BOHUSLAN COAST – GREBBESTAD – FJÄLLBACKA – NIGHT IN KUNGSHAMN

DAY 16 – BOHUSLAN COAST – SMÖGEN – FJORD

DAY 17 – BOHUSLAN COAST – LAKE LIVE AT LAKE KORSVATTEN

DAY 18 – BOHUSLAN COAST – MARSTRAND

DAY 19 – ROAD TO THE FERRY AND LAST NIGHT IN THE SOUTH OF GOTEBORG

DAY 20 – FERRY FROM MALMÖ TO TRAVEMÜNDE

DAY 21 – COLOGNE, GERMANY

DAY 22 – BACK TO BRUSSELS

Also travelling Sweden in a capervan? This is our Sweden in a camper van page where you will find all about travelling in a campervan to Sweden.

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Camping in Sweden

Bring your caravan or motorhome to more than 300 National Swedish Campsite Association campsites in Sweden. Drive or pitch under the midnight sun in Swedish Lapland, camp in a giant forest, or beside countless lakes anywhere in the country and beachside in the south, east and west.

The seasons

In Sweden the spring season is from March/April to May, the summer season is from June to August, the autumn season from September to October/November and the winter season from November/December to March/February. 

This varies slightly of course because Sweden is such a big country and in the far north, you are inside the Arctic Circle. Because of the Gulf Stream, Sweden enjoys a mild climate generally, with summer temperatures of +20C around the country. So Sweden really isn’t as cold as you might think. The peak season for camping in Sweden is in June and July and most of the country enjoys around 20 hours of daylight in the summer months. And yes, in the far north there are periods when the sun doesn't set in the summer months and you could be enjoying your favourite tipple under the midnight sun. Come autumn the mercury starts dropping, so make sure the heating in your caravan or motorhome is working!

What can you expect?

Sweden is a big country with big nature and big city experiences – the choice is yours. You have the last remaining true wilderness of Swedish Lapland – a vast area of glaciers, mountains, Arctic plains, tundra and wildlife. On the west coast , you can combine the buzz of city life in Gothenburg with the Bohuslän coast and archipelago; famous for its coastal fishing villages, sparkling islands, as well as world-class lobster, prawns, oysters and mussels. Or how about Sweden’s most southerly region Skåne , famous for its farmland plains, and the city of Malmö, linked to Copenhagen by the magnificent Öresund Bridge – the setting for ‘The Bridge’ Nordic-noir television series.

Wherever your destination is in Sweden you will find a high-quality camping site. The National Swedish Campsite Association has more than 300 campsites in Sweden as members. The campsites are all over Sweden and offer more than 75,000 camping pitches and 9,000 cottages and cabins.

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Sweden Road Trip: Incredible 11 Day Itinerary

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Are you dreaming of exploring the stunning landscapes of Sweden on an unforgettable road trip? Look no further! Whether you’re seeking adventure, culture or history, Sweden has something for everyone.

From the rugged beauty of Swedish Lapland to the uber-cool capital of Stockholm, this Scandinavian gem offers a wealth of natural wonders, cultural attractions, and culinary delights.

In this Sweden road trip planner, we’ll share the best Swedish road trip itinerary, insider tips, must-see destinations, side trips and practical advice to help you plan your own epic adventure. So buckle up and get ready for the drive of a lifetime!

Sweden road trip

Getting to Sweden

Whether you’re traveling to Sweden in a car, motorcycle, or campervan from Europe, or picking up a hire car, self-driving is absolutely the best way to explore this fantastic Scandinavian country.

You can stop whenever you want, try new activities, visit places you see along the route, and have the freedom to change plans at the last minute.

Fly into one of Stockholm’s four international airports, Arlanda, Bromma, Skavsta and Vasteras . With direct flights from America, Europe, the Middle East and the UK, we recommend booking through Skyscanner for live deals and the best prices.

Are you planning to rent a car in Sweden? As one of the largest car hire aggregator companies in the world, we recommend Rentalcars.com because they have massive purchasing power which enables them to secure the best rental car prices, which benefits you when you’re planning a road trip.

For a real adventure, hire a motorhome or campervan in Sweden. We recommend Motorhome Republic , an aggregate booking site who pull together all the best deals from a number of rental agencies, to offer you a wide choice of options alongside an excellent English speaking expert motorhome Concierge Team. Use the Park4Night app to find overnight spots and campsites along the route.

Best Time for Visiting Sweden

Whilst it can be quite cool in spring, Sweden is slowly beginning to come back to life after the long dark winter. Attractions, cafés, and restaurants start to open, but you’ll still need to bring cold-weather clothing and boots.

The temperatures are lovely in Sweden in the summer. Not getting too hot, they generally hover around 25ºc / 77ºf, and the days are long, with the sun setting around 11 pm.

Summer is the liveliest time of year, especially at the weekends when locals go sailing, hiking, and visit local nature reserves with their families. You can make the most of the long days and enjoy al fresco dining.

Midsommar , Sweden’s biggest holiday, falls around the summer solstice and generally sees the cities empty as families head to their summer cottages for the month of July .

The color of the trees in autumn brings a different feel to the country. Whilst the days are still long they are getting cooler and day-to-day life starts to move inside, with log fires and candles in restaurants and bars so you can enjoy a cozy evening.

The winters in Sweden are seriously cold, getting as low as -20ºc / -4ºf in the south of the country, and even colder in the north. There’s lots of snow on the ground, and the days are very short. However, if being in a winter wonderland appeals it’s still definitely worth a visit, just make sure you have your winter woollies packed and your vehicle well prepared.

Red barn style house surrounded by trees covered in snow

Road Trip Sweden Map & Route

This eleven day road trip from Stockholm hits all the highlights, with charming towns and cities, Viking history, modern art, UNESCO sites, and natural wonders on the itinerary.

This Swedish itinerary will easily stretch to two weeks if you prefer to slow travel and take in more sights as you go. Why not explore our side trip options, spend longer in your favorite places, and check the interactive map for attractions and landmarks nearby? 

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  • Sweden 11 Day Road Trip Itinerary

Stockholm – Uppsala – Gävle – Sundsvall – Åre – Mora – Sunne – Karlstad – Gothenburg – Halmstad – Malmö – Ystad – Karlskrona – Kalmar – Jönköping – Linköping – Stockholm

  • Distance 1899m/3056km
  • Duration 11-14 days
  • Drive Time 35 hours

How to use this map – Use your fingers (or computer mouse) to zoom in and out. Click or touch the icons to get more info about a place, and click the arrow in the box top left to open the index. To add to your own Google Maps account, click the star next to the title of the map.

Sweden Road Trip Itinerary

Day 1: stockholm.

The capital of Sweden, Stockholm is made up of fourteen islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. The largest city in Scandinavia, Stockholm is the epitome of Scandi-cool, from having one of the best-preserved historic districts in the world to being home to the first-ever open-air museum.

Start your visit to the old town of Gamla stan . Here you can explore Stockholm’s narrow cobblestone streets and colorful buildings dating back to the 1200s, and visit the Swedish Royal Palace, Nobel Prize Museum, and the Royal Armoury.

Make sure to look for Järnpojke or Iron Boy sculpture, which is known as ‘the little boy who looks at the moon’ in English. Sweden’s smalled public monument is just 6 inches / 15cm high, and the boy is often dressed in clothes by locals based on the weather!

Don’t miss the opportunity to take a Stockholm Archipelago sightseeing cruise . Climb aboard a 1906 classic archipelago cruise ship and experience the best of the archipelago on a round-trip city cruise. With a guide on board, you’ll learn about the history of the different sights you pass.

Just south of the center is Södermalm, a hip and trendy neighborhood with many independent shops and bars. It’s a great place to explore the Stockholm City Museum and the Fotografiska Museum . The latter is a former customs house that is now a museum dedicated to contemporary photography and hosts exhibitions by both local and international photographers. 

Enjoy lunch at the museum’s Fotografiska Restaurant for great food and harbor views.

Take a drive, a tram or even hire a bike for the short trip from the historical center to explore Djurgården. The island is home to more of Stockholm’s best museums, including the  ABBA Museum , Skansen open-air museum, Vasa Museum , and Nordic Museum.

Visit the local indoor market, Östermalmshallen, to see all the splendid Norwegian produce , from fresh seafood to artisanal cheeses. It’s a great place to sample Swedish delicacies and purchase souvenirs.

Stockholm has many top-class eateries , including several Michelin-star restaurants that you can visit for dinner. 

RELATED POST: Stockholm One Day Itinerary + Map, Tips & Guide

  • Where to Stay in Stockholm

Upmarket: Hotel Frantz – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Story Hotel – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Comfort Hotel Express – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 2: Stockholm to Gävle

Uppsala is a charming university city located less than an hour north of Stockholm. It is a great city to explore on a bike, with several rental shops around town. 

Visit the impressive 13th century Uppsala Cathedral . This Gothic cathedral is one of the largest in Scandinavia, dominating the city’s skyline.

For more history, explore Uppsala Castle , an impressive structure built in the 1700s that now houses several museums, including the Uppsala Art Museum and the Museum of Gustavianum.

Afterward, head to the beautiful Linnaeus Garden. It’s a great place to stroll and admire the many plants and flowers. Another must-see garden about 20 minutes walk away is Uppsala University’s Botanical Garden, one of the oldest in Sweden. It is home to over 11,000 plant species from around the world.

Walk along the Fyris River and stop at Güntherska for lunch and a coffee.

On your way to Gävle , stop at Gamla Uppsala . This ancient site was once the heart of Sweden’s pagan Norse religion and is home to several burial mounds dating back to the Viking Age. There’s also a museum where you can learn about the site’s history and Sweden’s folklore and culture.

Once you arrive in Gävle, visit the stunning 16th century Gävle Castle. Afterward, visit the County Museum of Gävleborg , which boasts an impressive art collection. 

If you are traveling through Gävle in December, don’t miss the famous Gävle Goat, a traditional giant straw Swedish Yule goat with magnificent horns that is erected yearly for Christmas. It has become the city’s symbol and is a popular attraction.

Walk along the Gävle River that runs through the city center. It is a lovely place to take a walk or bike ride, and there are several parks along the river where you can relax. One is Boulognerskogen, a large park just outside the city center. 

Go for dinner at Aktern & Foren for superb Italian cuisine or Sarahs for more local dishes.

  • Where to Stay in Gävle

Upmarket: Engeltofta Sea Lodge – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Clarion Hotel Winn – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Hotell Alderholmen – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 3: Gävle to Åre

Sundsvall is located on the western shores of the Gulf of Bothnia and is known for its local produce including cheese, craft beer, and gin. It’s also known for its  surströmming or fermented herring, a traditional Swedish dish originating on these shores. It’s a must-try delicacy, but be warned, its powerful stuff and definitely an aquired taste!

Explore Sundsvall’s old town, a well-preserved area with several historical buildings and landmarks. While in the center, visit the Sundsvall Museum to learn more about the region’s cultural history. 

Make the most of Sundsvall’s several hiking and skiing trails. Norra Storfjället National Park is a popular destination with several paths for both novice and experienced hikers.

Visit the Kulturmagasinet , a cultural center in an old warehouse in the center of Sundsvall. It contains several museums, including an art museum and a history museum.

Follow this up with lunch at En Liten Krog (open Wednesday to Saturday).

Åre is about three and a half hours from Sundsvall. To make the drive less strenuous, stop at Östersund for a rest. Have a coffee with great sea views at Badhusparkens Café with great views of the nearby Storsjön Lake or Norra Station Cafe & Rosteri .

You won’t have a lot of time to explore Åre today, so we suggest heading to Karolinen Taljstenskrogen Are or Supper Are (slightly more expensive, but worth it), for dinner before heading to bed!

  • Where to Stay in Åre

Upmarket: Copperhill Mountain Lodge for saunas, hot tubs, and massage treatments – Agoda

Mid-Range: Hotell Granen – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Holiday Club Åre – Booking.com | Agoda

The beautiful mountain resort, Åre , is one of Sweden’s top ski resorts and is best visited between October and May when you might catch sight of the Northern Lights. It boasts Sweden’s largest downhill ski area with the longest runs at 3.7 miles / 6km!

In summer, the mountain range surrounding Åre provides exceptional hiking trails. Popular hikes include the climb to Åreskutan, the area’s highest peak, and the Tännforsen Waterfall trail, to see of of Sweden’s greatest waterfalls with a total fall of 125 feet / 38 meters and width of 197 feet / 60 meters.

Make sure to visit the medieval Gamla Åre Kyrka built at the end of the 12th century. The only preserved medieval stone church in the Skanderna mountain chain, the building takes inspiration from churches in Norway because Jämtland, Åre’s home province, was Norwegian until the year 1645.

The many rivers and lakes surround Åre are full of fish, including salmon and trout. If you are keen on angling, you can get a fishing permit in town, take a guided fishing trip, or go at it solo.

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Swedish Lapland Side Trip

As Åre is the further point north on this road trip itinerary, its the perfect location from which to head North, for true wilderness in Laponia, as Swedish Lapland is know known, and very possibly one of the best driving roads in Sweden.

The Wilderness Road Sweden , known as  Vildmarksvägen  or  Stekenjokksleden in Swedish ,  heads along route Route 342 from Strömsund in Jämtland to Vilhelmina in Lapland, passing through Gäddede, Stekenjokk, Klimpfjäll and Saxnäs befoe arriving in Vilhelmina, from where the E45 takes you swiftly south again.

Sweden’s highest paved road is roughly 360 km long and will add about six hours of driving to your itinerary, but only if you don’t stop for photos – and you’ll find it impossible not to! This is remote Sweden at its very best, with dramatic waterfalls, hidden caves, mountain hikes, sámi dwellings, and lots of bears (more per square kilometer than anywhere else in Sweden) along the route.

The most iconic part of the drive crosses Stekenjokk Plateau, a protected Sámi heritage landscape where you’ll see rare birds and reindeer. This particular section of the road is only open from early June to mid-October each year due to snowfall so this is a side trip for the summer only.

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Day 5: Åre to Mora 

Take the E14 and Route 321 to Mora . This route will take you 235 miles south to your destination, passing through Vemdalen and Sveg, where you can take breaks.

Visit the small town of Vemdalen and the charming Vemdalens Kyrka and have a coffee at Vemdalens Bovre & Café .

Make another stop in Sveg to view the giant wooden bear sculpture , the Brown Bear of Sveg. It’s an interesting take on a bear and is actually made of planks of wood nailed together. At 43 feet / 13 meters tall and weighing in at 80 tonnes, it’s definitely imposing, although to me, not terribly bear like!

After admiring the bear, stroll through the small town and have an early lunch at Cafe Cineast . Their sweet pastries are a must-try!

Once you arrive in Mora, visit the Zorn Museum and the Vasaloppet Museum . The former is a museum dedicated to the famous Swedish painter and sculptor Anders Zorn. The Vasaloppet Museum tells the story of the world’s biggest cross-country ski race that starts in Sälen and finishes in Mora. 

Finally, explore the 13th century Mora Church, one of the town’s most prominent landmarks.

For dinner, go to Kak & Plock or Heim .

  • Where to Stay in Mora

Upmarket: Mora Hotell & Spa – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: First Camp Moraparken Hotel – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Prinsgården B&B Rum Stugor – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 6: Mora to Karlstad

Sunne is a beautiful town 118 miles south of Mora. It will do you well to stop and stretch your legs at either Backa or Torsby . Both small towns offer a few stores and a café where you can get refreshments.  

Once in Sunne, visit Mårbacka , the childhood home of Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf. She was the first female Nobel Prize winner for literature in 1909. Mårbacka has since been turned into a fascinating museum showcasing her life and work. 

Explore the beautiful sculpture park, Rottneros Park . Then visit Sunne Art Gallery , which showcases contemporary art from Swedish and international artists. If you are traveling through Sunne in the summer, see if you can catch a show at the open-air Västanå Teater. 

Enjoy an American-style diner lunch at Diner 45 Sunne .

Karlstad is a delightful city located less than an hour from Sunne on the shores of Lake Vänern.

Start your exploration with a visit to the Varmland Museum , one of the largest regional museums in Sweden. The museum reveals the history, culture, and art of the Varmland region, which stretches across central-west Sweden, spanning rolling hills and deep forest, and boasting some 10,000 lakes.

Another notable place to see is the Sandgrund Lars Lerin . This riverfront art gallery celebrates the works of the Swedish artist Lars Lerin. Walk along the Klaralven River or around the Mariebergsskogen public park for more scenic views of the surroundings.

Treat yourself to dinner at Blackstone Steakhouse or Baron .

  • Where to Stay in Karlstad

Upmarket: Elite Stadshotellet Karlstad – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Scandic Winn – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Solsta Hotell – Booking.com | Agoda

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Kosterhavet National Park Side Trip

As you head south to Gothenburg, make a short detour to Strömstad and pick up a Västtrafik ferry to South Koster for the Kosterhavet National Park , Sweden’s first marine national park.

One of the most popular of Sweden’s 30 national parks, the Atlantic Ocean conservation reserve borders the Ytre Hvaler National Park in Norway and the Väderö Islands. A haven for an incredibly diverse array of over 6,000 types of sea life including cold-water coral, the park is a serene and natural environment.

The best way to see the sea life is by kayaking in the fall when seals are often spotted swimming or basking in the sun on one of the remote islands in the park. In summer, the sea is warm enough for snorkeling and scuba diving, which opens up the underwater world. If getting into the water is not for you, there are boat trips to the wider park and ocean.

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Day 7: Karlstad to Gothenburg

Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city, located about 155 miles from Karlstad. Stop in Trollhättan to visit the SAAB Car Museum or the Trollhättan Waterfalls .

If traveling as a family, or you’re just a big kid, visit the Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg. It is one of the largest entertainment parks in Scandinavia. It has a variety of roller coasters, rides, and attractions, as well as live shows and concerts.

Stroll around the Haga district and have lunch at En Deli Haga or Café Husaren and make sure to try the giant cinnamon buns.

Next, explore the Gothenburg Archipelago. You can catch a ferry from the city center to this island group that offers stunning beaches, hiking trails, and wildlife.

Whilst on the water, discover the Göta Canal, a 240 miles / 390km inland waterway that links a number of lakes and rivers to provide a route from Gothenburg on the west coast to Söderköping on the Baltic Sea. The canal is one of Sweden’s most popular tourist destinations where you can experience 200 years of history, 58 locks, boats, stunning landscapes, and Swedish culture.

If you prefer to remain in the city, visit the Gothenburg Museum of Art . It has an extensive collection of Nordic and international art on exhibit, including works by Rembrandt, Picasso, and Monet.

A museum that will delight car enthusiasts is the Volvo Museum . Here you can see vintage cars and prototypes and learn about the brand’s development.

Afterward, stroll through the magnificent botanical garden to experience over 5,000 plant species.

Enjoy dinner at the modern Bord 27 or Beerista for a great beer selection and good ribs.

  • Where to Stay in Gothenburg

Upmarket: Upper House – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Lisebergsbyns B&B – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 8: Gothenburg to Malmö

Once in Halmstad , visit the medieval Halmstad Castle , which dates back to the 1600s. You can explore the castle’s history, beautiful gardens, and parks.

Follow it up with a visit to the Hallands Kulturhistoriska Museum , which showcases the history of the Halland region, which today boasts a rich foodie culture, outdoor activities and adventures galore, sandy beaches and lush forests.

The museum covers the area’s Viking history and its modern-day culture. Another notable museum is The Halmstad Art Museum which includes works by Picasso and Dali. 

Relax at Tylösand Beach or walk along the Nissan River that runs through Halmstad. You can also rent a kayak and explore the river from the water. Then go to lunch at Restaurang Yoss or Hygge . 

Malmö is approximately 84 miles from Halmstad.

Visit the tallest building in Sweden, the Turning Torso . You can take a guided tour of this modern skyscraper and enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the top.

Then explore the 16th century Malmöhus Castle , in total contrast to your previous stop. Afterward, head to St. Peter’s Church to admire its beautiful architecture and stained-glass windows.

Walk around Kungsparken and end your day in Lilla Torg, a vibrant square in the heart of Malmö. Dine at Restaurang Que for delicious Vietnamese food or Vastergatan for a Michelin-star experience.

  • Where to Stay in Malmö

Upmarket: MJ’s – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: UNITY Malmö – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Hotel N Hostel Malmö City – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 9: malmö to karlskrona.

Ystad is a small and charming town less than an hour east of Malmö. It has several beautiful parks and walking trails, including the North Promenade and Charlotte Berlin’s Garden.

Visit the Ystad Abbey, a former Cistercian monastery and now a ruin. It’s in the town center and famous for history and architecture lovers.

Take a guided tour or walk around the town center, exploring its cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, and colorful flowers. Visit the Ystad Art Museum . It has an extensive Nordic and international art collection, including works by Picasso and Matisse.

Go to lunch at Maltes Mackor or Grandens mat . 

Karlskrona is a city and UNESCO World Heritage Site located about 113 miles from Ystad, with several beautiful buildings and landmarks.

Start your visit with the Naval Museum , one of the main attractions in Karlskrona. It showcases the history of the Swedish Navy and its role in shaping the city.

Explore the Karlskrona Archipelago, a collection of over 1,600 islands and islets off Karlskrona’s coast. You can take a boat tour, go island hopping, or explore the islands independently using the many ferries and public transports between them.

If you want to remain in town, visit the impressive Karlskrona Cathedral. It’s known for its Baroque-style architecture and stunning interior. One final place to see before dinner is the Blekinge Museum , a city center cultural history museum. 

Dine at Vinberga Vinkiosk or Restaurant Pizzeria Montmartre.  

  • Where to Stay in Karlskrona

Upmarket: Clarion Collection Hotel Carlscrona – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Scandic Karlskrona – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: Arkipelag Hotel & Brewery – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 10: Karlskrona to Jönköping

Kalmar is a charming city located about an hour away from Karlskrona.

The most famous attraction in the city is Kalmar Castle . It’s a well-preserved Renaissance castle and is home to several exhibitions showcasing the castle’s history and the city’s culture.

Stroll through Stadsparken. It has walking paths, picnic areas, and beautiful gardens. Follow it up with a visit to Kalmar County Museum . This museum has several exhibitions showcasing the history and culture of the region.

Another notable museum is the Kalmar Art Museum . It has an impressive Nordic and international art collection, including works by Matisse and Picasso. Afterward, enjoy lunch at Slipkajen or Kallskanken .

En route to Jönköping , stop in Vetlanda to rest or swim at the beautiful and tranquil Östanå Badplats.

Visit the Husqvarna Museum in Jönköping. The museum showcases the history of Husqvarna, a Swedish manufacturer of outdoor power products and motorbikes. Founded as a firearms manufacturer in 1689, it is one of the oldest continuously running companies in the world.

A short walk from the museum is Rosenlundsbadet . This water park is excellent for relaxing, swimming, and enjoying the water slides and other attractions.

Explore the Vättern Lake, Sweden’s second-largest lake. It offers stunning views and plenty of outdoor activities, like swimming, fishing, and boating.

Dine at Harrys Jonkoping or Aqua Dinner & Drinks . Check the Kulturhuset Spira website before you visit the city to see if there is a show of interest. 

  • Where to Stay in Jönköping

Upmarket: Clarion Collection Hotel Victoria – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Quality Hotel Match – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: HOOM Home & Hotel – Booking.com | Agoda

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Day 11: Jonköping to Linköping

Drive the 80 miles from Jonköping to Linköping .

Start your exploration of Linköping by visiting the Gamla Linköping Open Air Museum. This unique museum showcases the history and culture of the city. You can also explore the Flygvapenmuseum , an impressive air museum dedicated to aviation and the history of the Swedish Air Force. 

Next, see the beautiful Linköping Cathedral . It was built in the 1100s and is one of the tallest churches in Sweden.

Walk along the Kinda Canal to enjoy scenic views and visit Tinnerö Eklandskap, the largest preserved oak forest in Northern Europe. Full of biking and hiking trails, the forest is peaceful and full of historic nature.

Afterward, enjoy lunch at Ammos Creperi & Drinks or Stangs Magasin .

Stockholm is about 123 miles northeast of Linköping, giving you time today to get back to the capital city and it’s airports.

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Sweden Road Trip Essentials

Here are the websites and services we personally use and recommend for traveling in Sweden.

  • Search for affordable flights to Sweden with Skyscanner
  • Search for availability and book hotels and accommodation in Sweden with Booking.com
  • Find and book the best campsites in Sweden with Eurocampings
  • Book the cheapest and most reliable hire cars in Sweden with Rentalcars.com
  • Find and hire your perfect motorhome or campervan with Motorhome Republic
  • Get highly rated, reliable, and trustworthy travel insurance with True Traveller
  • Check if you need a visa and arrange your documents with Visagov

Traveling & Driving in Sweden

Road trips in Sweden are usually pleasurable, thanks to the extensive and well-maintained road network, generally good local roads and courteous drivers.

Whether you’re traveling in your own car, touring Sweden in a motorhome, or flying in and renting a car for a driving tour, you need to follow these rules when you’re driving in Sweden.

  • You must have at least three months remaining on your passport (issued in the past ten years) at your intended date of departure from Sweden.
  • You must have at least 3rd party insurance for your vehicle.
  • Citizens of non-EU third countries may require an International Driving Permit for driving in Europe . You can check whether you need an IDP here .

Rules of the Road

  • Sweden drives on the right and overtakes and passes on the left.
  • You must carry a warning triangle by law. We also recommend that you carry at least one reflective jacket within the passenger compartment of your vehicle, a fire extinguisher, and a first aid kit.
  • It is compulsory for all motor vehicles to use dipped headlights during the daytime, all year round, and on all roads.
  • Vehicles driving on roads designated and signposted as primary roads always have priority.
  • On all other roads, vehicles must give way to the right.
  • Priority is given to vehicles that are already on the roundabout i.e. vehicles coming from the left.

Winter Driving

  • From 1 December to 31 March all vehicles must use winter tires marked M+S when there are winter road conditions i.e. when the road is covered with ice or snow, or the road is wet and the temperature is around or below 0ºC.
  • It is permitted to fit and use snow chains in Sweden if the weather or road conditions so require it.
  • It is compulsory for drivers to have some antifreeze in the vehicle windscreen fluid and a shovel to clear the snow. We also recommend carrying a tow rope and jump leads in the winter.

Tolls in Sweden

All vehicles driving in Sweden need to pay road toll charges. Your road tolls will be registered automatically then an invoice will be sent to the registered address of your vehicle. To make this process easier, you can automatically pay your road toll charges by registering for an Epass24 account .

When renting a vehicle in Sweden, the toll tax is usually included or paid together with the final rental bill. Please ask your car rental company to check the policy before leaving the rental depot.

Low Emission Zones in Sweden

There eight LEZ in Sweden, in Göteborg (Gothenburg), Helsingborg, Lund, Malmö, Mölndal, Stockholm, Umea and Uppsala. You can find out more about charges and what you need to do to ensure compliance here .

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Ride the Road: Guide to a Motorhome Journey from Denmark to Sweden

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  • Post published: January 27, 2024
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Imagine hitting the open road in a motorhome, exploring the breathtaking landscapes of Scandinavia. From Denmark’s wind-swept beaches to Sweden’s idyllic countryside, there’s an adventure waiting at every turn. I’ve embarked on this journey myself and I can’t wait to share my experiences with you.

Starting in Denmark, I was greeted by charming towns and cities filled with history. Then, crossing the Oresund Bridge into Sweden, the scenery shifted to rolling hills and tranquil lakes. This motorhome route offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural exploration that’s hard to beat.

Join me as I recount my Scandinavian escape, offering tips and insights along the way. Whether you’re a seasoned motorhome traveler or planning your first trip, this route from Denmark to Sweden is one you won’t want to miss.

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Exploring Denmark: Charming Towns and Cities

My Scandinavian escapade began in the heart of Denmark, its vibrant capital Copenhagen . The city’s hygge (cozy and comfortable) lifestyle is infectious and I was soon enamored by its picturesque streets, trendy cafes, and eco-friendly initiatives.

Next was Odense , the third largest city on the island of Funen. Known as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, its charming old town transports you into the tales of this beloved storyteller. Exploring the city, I was delighted by the preserved old-world architecture and an array of quaint shops and restaurants.

Over a few scenic drives, I discovered the coastal towns of Aarhus and Aalborg . Both offered an array of experiences, from Aarhus’ eclectic street-art scene to Aalborg’s robust history displayed in its age-old castles and cathedrals.

While the bustling cities were something to marvel over, Denmark’s smaller towns were no less impressive. Roskilde , renowned for its annual music festival, had a lovely rustic charm. Helsingør had me bewitched with its splendid Kronborg Castle, famously known as “Hamlet’s Castle”.

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These charming towns and cities in Denmark, with their alluring blend of old and new, certainly ignite a sense of wanderlust. Denmark offered an amazing start to my motorhome journey, and I was more than excited for the next leg of the trip, the enchanting landscapes of Sweden.

Crossing the Oresund Bridge: Into the Tranquil Beauty of Sweden

The transition from Denmark to Sweden was seamless, thanks in part to the Oresund Bridge . It’s an impressive construction, a combined railway and motorway bridge stretching across the strait between Denmark and Sweden. With a length of about 8 kilometers, it’s the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. The journey across the bridge feels almost surreal, as you drive your motorhome over the sea and into the skyline of Malmo, Sweden’s third-largest city.

This border crossing alone is an adventure itself. From the spectacular view of the Oresund Strait and the warm light of the rising (or setting) sun reflecting on the water to the sight of ships sailing under the bridge, the entire experience is nothing short of magical. Suddenly, and over the course of such a short distance, you find yourself in an entirely different country, ready to start a new chapter of your Scandinavian adventure.

Upon reaching Sweden, the first city that greets you is Malmo. Offering a marked contrast to Copenhagen’s hustle and bustle, Malmo welcomes visitors with its laid-back vibe, beautiful parks, and innovative modern architecture. One of the highlights is certainly the modernist Turning Torso , a masterpiece of a residential skyscraper and currently the tallest building in Scandinavia.

It’s worth noting that when driving your motorhome through Sweden, you’ll be greeted with a multitude of natural sites. Whether it’s the lush green forests, the countless lakes, or the historical wooden houses that seem to be sprinkled generously around the countryside, Sweden offers a visual feast for road trippers. The country’s vast and varied landscape provides the perfect platform…

Discovering Sweden’s Idyllic Countryside: Rolling Hills and Tranquil Lakes

As I ventured further into the Swedish landscape , my anticipation grew with each passing mile. The surreal cityscape gave way to serene countryside , lush rolling hills adorned with countless lakes, and idyllic pastures – a visual feast for any road tripper like me.

To my delight, as if on cue, there appeared the iconic red wooden houses , synonymous with Sweden’s rural charm. These homes, painted in ‘Falun red,’ derived from the world-famous mine in Dalarna, had a charmingly rustic appeal. Nestled within the verdant landscapes, they harked back to times of yore – offering a stark contrast to the modern architecture of Malmö I’d just left behind.

Driving through this serene countryside, I came across Lake Vänern and Vättern , Sweden’s two largest lakes. Punctuating the rugged terrain, these tranquil bodies shone like blue sapphires – a sight for sore eyes! It’s hard to resist the allure of their mesmeric beauty. Various leisure activities like boating and fishing are accessible within these lakes, making them perfect spots for relaxation.

Along the Swedish lake district , there’s a sense of tranquility that’s incredibly soothing. I felt a profound sense of calm, a world away from the fast-paced city life. Enveloped by the unspoiled beauty of this pastoral paradise, I was beginning to grasp why the Swedes were so content!

However, the rural calm doesn’t mean there’s a lack of adventure. Sweden’s forest trails are perfect for hiking and bird-watching, and the numerous picturesque villages scattered across the countryside offer bountiful exploration options for every kind of traveler.

As I continued along on my Scandinavian Escape, my initial glimpses of Sweden’s countryside offered far more than I’d imagined, a rustic retreat yet teeming with life and opportunities for adventure. Here the journey definitely seems to be just as exciting as the destination – a sentiment any committed road-tripper would surely echo.

A Blend of Natural Beauty and Cultural Exploration

Unquestionably, one of the biggest draws of Sweden’s countryside is its picture-perfect natural beauty . From the endless carpet of verdant hills to the maze of waterways, the landscape is truly a feast for the eyes. As I traveled, it wasn’t unusual to stumble upon — almost by accident — some utterly serene lakes in the lap of nature. Complementing the natural beauty were the iconic red wooden houses, almost like cherries on top of a multi-layered cake. These quaint cottages are a testament to Sweden’s rustic aesthetic , an essential part of the country’s unique charm.

Two of the largest lakes, Lake Vänern and Vättern, stretched out like sparkling jewels amidst the green expanse. These lakes aren’t just stunning to look at; they’re a nod towards Sweden’s rich history and cultural heritage. Here, leisure activities like boating and fishing aren’t just pastimes — they represent a traditional way of life that’s been preserved over generations.

Away from the lakes, the countryside paints its own masterpiece. Miles of forest trails offer endless possibilities for hiking and bird-watching. The wildlife, fascinating in its diversity and richness, adds another layer of excitement to your journey. And tucked away in these forests are picturesque villages, each with its story to tell. Exploring these villages and their cultural offerings gives a peek into the heart and soul of Sweden.

As I approached the heart of Sweden’s lake district, I could feel a sense of calm washing over me, the tranquility offering a respite from city life. These regions, with their natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, provide the perfect backdrop for a memorable adventure.

In essence, road tripping through Sweden’s countryside is an experience like no other. It’s a blend of visual delight, cultural exploration, and adventure. You’re not just passing through landscapes; you’re immersing yourself in them, absorbing their richness and complexity. And in that journey, you’ll discover not just Sweden, but a piece of yourself too.

However, the journey doesn’t end here. Join me in the next part of the article where we’ll explore more adventures off the beaten path. This road trip continues to unravel the charm of Scandinavia, revealing delights and surprises along the way.

Tips and Insights for Your Scandinavian Escape

Traveling to the heart of Scandinavia can be quite an experience. From the lush landscapes to the historic charm, there’s never a dull moment. So, here’s some practical advice I’ve gathered to perfect your road trip and make it less of a hassle and more of a delight.

It’s crucial to plan ahead . The weather in both Denmark and Sweden can be quite unpredictable. Trading in typical metropolitan comfort for lush nature means you’ll be at the mercy of the elements quite often. So, always stay updated with the weather forecasts and plan your outdoor activities accordingly.

Keep a map handy . GPS can be deceiving or at times, nonfunctional in remote areas. Trust me, you wouldn’t fancy getting lost amidst the seemingly unending wilderness of the Swedish countryside. An old-fashioned but reliable map can turn out to be a lifesaver.

Adopt the Scandinavian lifestyle . If you’re looking for a grocery store at 11 PM, I’m sorry, but you’re epicly misjudging the Scandinavian way of life. In the countryside, most commercial establishments close as early as 6 PM. It’s better to adapt their early-to-bed and early-to-rise routine during your stay.

Get hold of local currency . While Scandinavia is quite card-friendly, several remote areas or small businesses still function on good old cash. You’ll also find parking machines and self-service gas stations that accept only coins.

Respect the nature . Scandinavians take nature conservation very seriously. If you’re wild camping in Sweden, make sure to follow every single rule of the “Right to Public Access.” Leave no trace behind and respect the wildlife.

The joy is in exploration . Do brace yourself for the unexpected, be it a rare bird sighting or an impromptu folk concert in a remote village. The charm of a road trip lies in these unplanned surprises that you’ll carry home as cherished memories.

So there you have it. I’ve shared my best tips for a motorhome journey from Denmark to Sweden. Remember, it’s not just about the destination, it’s about the journey. Embrace the unpredictability of the weather, keep that map close, and immerse yourself in the Scandinavian way of life. Keep in mind the “Right to Public Access” rules when you’re setting up camp. This trip is sure to be an adventure, filled with unexpected surprises and the pure joy of exploration. So pack your bags, rev up that motorhome, and set off on your Scandinavian escape. You’re in for a trip of a lifetime. Happy travels!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the main advice for a road trip through scandinavia.

The article stresses the importance of planning ahead due to unpredictable weather and keeping updated with weather forecasts. A good map is also key, as GPS might become unreliable in remote areas.

How should one adapt to the Scandinavian lifestyle on a road trip?

Visitors are advised to adjust to early closing times of local shops and keep local currency handy. Embracing the simplicity and tranquility of the Scandinavian lifestyle can enrich your road trip experience.

Can you go wild camping in Sweden?

Yes, Sweden allows wild camping under the “Right to Public Access”. However, it is crucial to be respectful towards nature, and follow local rules and regulations while camping.

What are some expected experiences during a Scandinavian road trip?

A road trip through Scandinavia is full of unexpected surprises and joy of exploration. Follow the tips advised in this article and you’ll make the most out of your Scandinavian adventure.

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Motorhome tourists have primarily contributed to this increase in recent years. As a result, new parking sites have been built for motorhomes in many places in Sweden. The Swedish Camping Association (SCR) has even installed a special project group for motorhome tourism.

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Campers want freedom and community: the freedom to just leave and travel to a new destination and the chance to meet with other nice, sociable and helpful people.

People don’t become campers because they cannot afford a hotel or package tour, it is a deliberate lifestyle choice. By living in a small space together, you come closer to your fellow travellers and need to show them more consideration. You’ve got to be tolerant, neat and clean, and help each other – not just your family, but also your neighbours. It is this social aspect that makes camping so exciting.

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Many campers also want to experience nature and exciting adventures. A night in a tent away from a campsite is an unforgettable experience. Hardly any forest is really quiet at night, and you will have to wash yourself in a cold stream, rather than a hot shower, in the morning, making you look forward all the more again to your next night on a well-equipped campsite.

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Vacation by motorhome in Sweden

A motorhome vacation in Sweden offers a unique opportunity to explore this beautiful country on your own terms. From the rugged coastlines of the west to the pristine forests of the north, Sweden’s vast landscapes are ideal for motorhome travel. One of the main advantages of a motorhome vacation is the freedom it provides. You can choose your own itinerary, take detours along the way, and stay at campsites or motorhome parks that suit your needs and preferences. This allows you to experience Sweden at your own pace, without the constraints of a tour group or schedule. A motorhome vacation in Sweden also offers the opportunity to connect with nature. You can park your motorhome in the heart of the forest, by a serene lake, or on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea, and wake up to the sounds of birds singing and the fresh scent of pine trees. You can hike through pristine wilderness, fish for your own dinner, or simply sit back and relax in the peace and quiet of nature. In addition to its natural beauty, Sweden has a rich cultural heritage, with a wealth of museums, galleries, and historical sites to explore. You can visit the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, which houses a 17th-century warship that sank on its maiden voyage, or the Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi , which is rebuilt every year from ice and snow. Overall, a motorhome vacation in Sweden offers the opportunity to create unforgettable memories, whether you’re traveling with family, friends, or on your own. It allows you to experience Sweden’s stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality in a unique and unforgettable way.

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Exploring camping sites in Sweden can be a wonderful way to connect with nature and experience the beauty of the country. There are numerous camping sites scattered across Sweden, each offering its own unique charm and natural surroundings. In Sweden, you’ll find campsites nestled in lush forests, along serene lakeshores, and even near the picturesque coastline. Many of these sites provide essential facilities such as clean restrooms, showers, and electricity hook-ups, ensuring a comfortable stay. Some camping sites also offer additional amenities like playgrounds, hiking trails , and areas for various outdoor activities. The Swedish camping culture encourages a sense of community and relaxation. Many sites provide communal areas where campers can gather, socialize, and even share meals. It’s common to see families, friends, and even solo travelers enjoying the outdoor lifestyle together. From the northern reaches of Lapland to the southern tip of Skåne, Sweden’s camping sites cater to a variety of preferences. Whether you prefer a tranquil retreat surrounded by forests, a lakeside getaway with water activities, or a coastal campsite with stunning ocean views, you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. Exploring Sweden’s camping sites offers a chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in the country’s natural beauty. It’s a way to experience the unique landscapes, enjoy outdoor activities, and create lasting memories with loved ones.

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Exploring Sweden with a motorhome is a fantastic way to discover the country’s diverse attractions, both natural and cultural. Below are some iconic places that are worth visiting. Begin your journey in Stockholm, the vibrant capital city. Wander through the charming streets of Gamla Stan, the historic Old Town. Don’t miss the Royal Palace and the Vasa Museum, which houses a 17th-century warship. The ABBA Museum is a treat for music lovers. For a dose of history, head to Skansen in Stockholm. This open-air museum showcases Sweden’s rural past with historic buildings, cultural exhibits, and even a zoo featuring Nordic wildlife. When in Stockholm, make sure to experience the royal side of Sweden by visiting Drottningholm Palace, a UNESCO-listed site near Stockholm. Its opulent interiors and stunning gardens are a treat to explore.

Later, venture to Gotland, an enchanting island known for its medieval architecture and picturesque beaches. Explore the well-preserved medieval city walls of Visby and enjoy the beauty of Stora Karlsö’s limestone formations. Further west, another family-friendly spot is Liseberg in Gothenburg, a renowned amusement park with thrilling rides and engaging shows . Also make sure to discover Sweden’s stunning waterways along the Göta Canal, stretching from Gothenburg to Stockholm. Cruise through charming villages and captivating landscapes.

If you’re a nature enthusiast, make your way to Abisko National Park in the far north. Hike through breathtaking mountain scenery, enjoy crystal-clear lakes, and if you visit in winter, you might catch the mesmerizing Northern Lights. The High Coast in north-east of Sweden offers dramatic coastal landscapes and hiking trails. Explore the beauty of Skuleskogen National Park and take in the views from the Höga Kusten Bridge. Lastly, embarking on a motorhome adventure through Sweden provides a unique opportunity to witness the country’s history, culture, and natural beauty up close.

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Denmark is known for its moated castles and Viking relics, Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ Castle Kronborg, wonderful Copenhagen with its cobblestone streets, and its tidy villages. In Sweden, we travel through dense forests, see glassblowers at work, and tour the amazing capital Stockholm. Then you will experience the fascinating landscapes of Norway with its fjords, mountains, and waterfalls. Marvel at the wooden churches and discover lively cities such as Lillehammer, magnificent Bergen, Oslo, and much more.

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Arrive in Hamburg, Germany for our first night to meet us and other guests on the tour. There will be a welcome meeting late afternoon where you will have an opportunity to ask questions, socialise and receive your welcome pack. Welcome Drinks Included

Travel to Ribe in Denmark (150 miles) Ribe is the oldest town in the whole of Scandinavia, founded in approx 700AD. The town is steeped in history and together with shops and restaurants make Ribe worth visiting. The Cathedral has amazing views to reward you once you ascend the 248 steps to reach the top. This was a Viking town and there is a Viking museum to visit if you want to learn more about them. Group Meal in Ribe. Group Meal Included

Travel to Hirtshals (200 miles) where we shall catch the first of many ferries, to Kristiansand in Norway (The crossing is 3.5hrs approx). Here we shall stay in Kristiansand for one night at a local campsite to recharge after a long day. Ferry Included (£200 approx.)

Travel to Lysefjord (195 miles) including 8.9 miles through the Ryfylke Tunnel taking us directly under a large fjord through the longest road tunnel undersea in the world. On the other side we shall visit our first fjord on this tour. The fjord is 26 miles long with steep and spectacular mountains on either side. The stunning sights make this fjord one of a kind. Here there is hiking, fishing, swimming , kayaking and climbing or just relax and take in the scenery. Tunnel Included (£35 Approx.)

Travel to Hardangerfjord (160 miles) including a short ferry ride. At 111 miles Hardangerfjord is the second longest fjord in Norway and the fifth longest in the world. It navigates from the Atlantic into the mountainous interior of Norway along the Hardangervidda Plateau. Ferry Included (£10 approx.)

Travel to Flåm (110 miles) where we will visit the Flåm Railway which is described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world. This is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway. The train runs from the end of Aurlandsfjord to high up in the mountains to Myrdal Station. The train ride will feature some of the most stunning scenery in Western Norway. There we will organise a group hike to the Brekkefossen Waterfall 1.5 – 2hrs. Train Ride (£55p/p approx.) and Brekkefossen Waterfall Hike Included.

Day 12 – 14

Travel to Briksdal (140 miles) including a ferry crossing. The Briksdal Valley is home to the Briksdalsbreen Glacier. This famous glacier lies in stunning scenery between high peaks and waterfalls. The glacier drops 1200m into the Briksdal Valley, beholding a truly spectacular sight. From the campsite your be rewarded with views far reaching to the glacier, mountains and huge waterfalls. A beautiful location. Included group hike to glacier, Ferry Included (£30 Approx.)

Day 14 – 16

Travel to Geiranger (75 miles) including ferry. Gieranger is home to one of the best Norwegian fjords, Gerirangerfjord, it has been on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites since 2005. It has a stunning landscape with the snow topped mountains, lush green vegetation and beautiful waterfalls. Many people consider this area one of the most scenic fjords on Earth. The campsite is near the centre of Geiranger and is a good starting point for sightseeing and hiking. Pedal boats and rowing boats are available for hire along with free fishing in the fjord. Ferry Included (£120 Approx.)

Day 16 – 17

Travel to Oppdal (200 miles) including ferry for a stopover on a campsite. Ferry Included (£30 Approx.)

Day 17 – 19

Travel to Trondheim (75 miles) Norway’s third largest city and was once the Viking capital of Norway. Rich in history of the 11th century, the gothic cathedral is a national sanctuary of Norway. The cathedral started out as a simple wooden chapel over the grave of Saint Olav. The building has evolved over time into a magnificent cathedral which stands today. Alongside the history, the town has a vibrant city life and has a good selection of coffee shops, cafes, eateries and microbreweries.

Day 19 – 20

Travel to Mosjøen (245 miles) a long drive for a stopover.

Day 20 – 22

Travel to Saltstraumen (188 miles) and its small strait of water has one of the strongest tidal currents in the world. Salt strain can travel at a speed of 24 knots when at its most fierce and large swirls are formed. This phenomenon is a short walk from the campsite.

Day 22 – 28

Travel to Bodø (18 miles) to board the ferry to the stunning Lofoten Islands. The Islands are situated above the Artic Circle and are known for the fishing, small villages and outdoor activities. The stunning scenery of mountains, beaches, fjords and seabirds make the long trip to here worthwhile.

The first campsite is at Moskenes where you will be rewarded with great views of the Vestfjord. The fjord is 96 miles long and is spectacular in all weathers. If you are really lucky you will be able to see passing killer whales. The Vågakallen Mountain is visable in the distance.

We will move onto Svolvær, which is the largest city on the Lofoten Islands and is also the capital.  We shall move to another stop before we leave the Islands. Ferry Included (£180 approx)

Day 28 – 30

Travel to Tromsø (205 miles) which is Norways largest city and the prettiest most happening town in the north. Tromsø is on an island and it is possible to experience the midnight sun here. Tromsø is home to the worlds most northern brewery. Microbreweries are becoming hugely popular here. Many restaurants offering local fish including cod, halibut and wolffish. Feel free to buy some strawberries here as they are extra sweet and considered by some to be the best in the world as they are ripened by the midnight sun!

The fragrant botanical gardens are the worlds northernmost botanical gardens with plants from all continents. This is close to the campsite and can easily be reached by bicycle.

Day 30 – 35

Our return trip takes us through Sweden and its stunning scenery with 4 decent days travelling 240 miles approximately per day to reach Vittangi, Skellefteå, Timrå for a night each and Stockholm where we will stay for 2 nights to rest and explore Stockholm if you have any energy left!

Day 35 – 36

Our return trip continues to Markaryd (300 miles) as our last stopover in Sweden.

Day 36 – 37

The final leg takes us back to Germany and is 292 miles to reach the last campsite. Leaving Sweden to Denmark is the Øresund Bridge section that is 10 miles long with 4.8 miles being the actual bridge and then transitioning to a underwater tunnel called The Drogden Tunnel which is a further 2.5 miles long. Upon arrival at the campsite you will be rewarded with some fine German Beer and a fabulous last evening meal. Bridge Included (£90 Approx) and evening meal and drinks

What our customers say

"Thank you Linda and Giles, touring with you has been great fun, we learnt so much and its obvious how passionate you are about your guests having a great time."

Bruges Tour 2018 Escorted Motorhome Tours

"We can’t think of better people to tour in a motorhome with. Your experience and knowledge serve you and all future clients well, a great fun couple to be around!"

Leanne and Stephen on a Motorhome Tour

"Very passionate about all things motorhome related and with years of experience behind them we have always respected and tapped into this to make the most of our motorhome."

Caroline and Ian on a escorted tour

What’s Included

  • Up to six people travelling in their own motorhome.
  • Detailed travel pack to include full itinerary, map, campsite directions, routes (toll and non-toll as appropriate), GPS co-ordinates and our driving in Europe Checklist.
  • Excursions and Meals where stated in the Itinerary.
  • Bridge or tunnel tolls, or extra ferry crossings where mentions are included

What’s Not Included

  • Personal expenditure, for example, fuel, tolls, vignettes, meals, upgrades, laundry, personal excursions, public transport or entrance fees. (Unless stated included)
  • Where there are general road tolls.

Important Booking Information

  • Payment of your deposit secures the booking on the tour.
  • Please note we cannot take vehicles over 8 metres long without prior special arrangement.
  • Pet Dog allowed on this tour (Check if more than one)
  • No towed vehicles. Please check before booking.
  • Please note that the deposit is non-refundable unless  Motorhome Tours  cancels.

Additonal Requirements / Costs

  • There are road toll charges on some motorways.
  • Supplement for 8m+ motorhomes may apply, please check before booking.
  • UK vehicle sticker is required for the number plate and recommend that you have a UK sticker as well.
  • Headlight adjustment stickers and  road warning triangle

Escorted Motorhome Tours to Norway

Book your tour to Norway Spectacular 2022

£ 3,750.00 – £ 9,990.00

Balance payable 15 weeks before Tour start date

For Motorhomes 8m+ please call before booking

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Our grand Sweden circle tour - Motorhome trip, road trip. This grand circle tour leads you from Gothenburg to Lake Siljan in Dalarna and then over to the east coast, where you visit Stockholm. The route is approximately 1,800 km long. You can either begin your journey in Gothenburg or in Helsingborg - depending on which ferry you take and ...

With more than 300 motorhome sites, Sweden is the country to go on a tour with a motorhome. Especially in the south of the country, there are many campervan sites, but also in the north you can easily move around with a campervan. The capital Stockholm, for example, is a good place to travel by motorhome. The city's sights are best discovered ...

Vildmarksvägen with motorhome for 7 days. 3. Göta canal with motorhome for 7 days. 4. Road trip through Sweden for 2-3 weeks. 5. A few final words about your trip with motorhome Sweden. Sweden offers beautiful coastlines, with everything from sandy beaches to cliffs, and you will also find large forests, popular for hiking. If you travel ...

Southern Norway and the fjords. This road trip through southern Norway starts and ends in Kristiansand, reached by ferry from Hirthals (Denmark) or by freeway past Copenhagen, Sweden and Oslo. The latter option does mean considerable extra travel time. This route is ideal for a fortnight's summer vacation. You will discover the most beautiful ...

They offer canoe and kayak rentals and various guided tours, including mountain hiking with dogs, guided fishing trips and moose safaris in the forest. They also host midsummer and midnight light festivals. Price: €24 per night. Location: Ryttarvägen 1, 912 32 Vilhelmina, Sweden. 64.621202, 16.679152.

9. Coping with the Midnight Sun. This part of the world is blessed, during the summer months with 24hrs sunlight for a couple of months. From mid-May to mid-July you will begin to experience seriously long days. Even in the south of Sweden, light evenings at midnight are common around 21 June.

The costs (Sweden only) Fuel Average 32.7mpg (SEK3,132) £269 Öresund bridge toll (DKK352) £44.44 Ferries Harwich-Hook of Holland return ferry (£235) Scandinavian ferries one-way: Puttgarden-Rodby and Gothenburg-Frederikshavn (€198) £415.18 Ställplats fees (SEK2,810) £241.35. Total costs £969.97. Top Sweden travel tips

4th to 28th August 2022. One of our longer and more adventurous tours, this 25-day trip passes through France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark before crossing the Oresund Bridge into Sweden. The tour skirts the southern and eastern archipelagos arriving in Stockholm before heading west across to Sweden's southern archipelago.

Gävle - Falun (+/- 90 kilometers) Falun! This is the last camperstop of your motorhome tour in Sweden. After a drive of +/- 90 kilometers you reach this city. Park your motorhome at the Falun motorhome stopover. This peaceful motorhome stopover on the outskirts of the city is the ideal base for your visit to Falun.

A motorhome trip to central Sweden off the beaten tourist track, with hiking and mountain biking tips FREEONTOUR. Author: Freeontour / Claudia Rothkamp, Header image: Claudia Rothkamp ... Many campers who travel to Sweden by ferry or across the Öresund Bridge will start their holiday in the southernmost Swedish county of Skåne. At first, this ...

Northern Sweden. 6. Saiva camping is a beautiful site by the gorgeous lake Baksjön, on the outskirts of Vilhelmina in Lapland. The site comprises a reception building with a gift shop and kiosk cafe, TV and fireplace. There's a facilities block, 23 camping cabins and 37 campervan and caravan pitches.

Tour 2 - Scandinavia: Comfortable ferries, toll for the long suspension bridges. Tour 3 - UK & Ireland: Comfortable ferries to and from France to England and to and from Ireland. Tour 4 - Greece: Cruise the Adriatic Sea to and from Greece on comfortable ferris (overnight including inside cabin) and to and from Mykonos Island.

The first trip after buying our camper van was going to Sweden, one of the best camper van destinations in Europe where wild camping is not a problem. This is the itinerary of our three weeks road trip in this Northern European country with its more than 100.000 lakes. Read our full story here. DAY 1 - ROAD FROM BELGIUM TO BREMEN.

Camping in Sweden. Bring your caravan or motorhome to more than 300 National Swedish Campsite Association campsites in Sweden. Drive or pitch under the midnight sun in Swedish Lapland, camp in a giant forest, or beside countless lakes anywhere in the country and beachside in the south, east and west. Last updated 01 July 2022.

Sweden Road Trip Itinerary Day 1: Stockholm Stockholm. The capital of Sweden, Stockholm is made up of fourteen islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. The largest city in Scandinavia, Stockholm is the epitome of Scandi-cool, from having one of the best-preserved historic districts in the world to being home to the first-ever open-air museum.

From the comfort of your RV, you may see Sweden's stugas, the traditional red houses, along the journey. Be ready for a diverse motorhome tour across Sweden, and don't forget to sample some of the country's mouthwatering fish. With trusted motorhomebookers.com partners in Sweden, you can get the best camper van to suit your needs at affordable ...

The transition from Denmark to Sweden was seamless, thanks in part to the Oresund Bridge. It's an impressive construction, a combined railway and motorway bridge stretching across the strait between Denmark and Sweden. With a length of about 8 kilometers, it's the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe.

Camping is growing rapidly in Sweden. Almost every year, the industry reports new records being broken. We have approximately 1,100 to 1,200 campsites in Sweden. Among them you will find 16 five-star campsites; they are open all-year round. Motorhome tourism. Motorhome tourists have primarily contributed to this increase in recent years.

A motorhome vacation in Sweden offers a unique opportunity to explore this beautiful country on your own terms. From the rugged coastlines of the west to the pristine forests of the north, Sweden's vast landscapes are ideal for motorhome travel. One of the main advantages of a motorhome vacation is the freedom it provides.

Explore the Scandinavian kingdoms on our exciting RV tour through the land of the midnight sun and legendary Vikings. Denmark is known for its moated castles and Viking relics, Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' Castle Kronborg, wonderful Copenhagen with its cobblestone streets, and its tidy villages. In Sweden, we travel through dense forests, see glassblowers at work, and

We open the gate to your motor home holidays. | Tel: 036-12 22 33 | Epost: [email protected] . Rent a motorhome / RV / camper rental from central locations in Sweden. 30 years of experience. Sweden's largest rental company for motor homes. Easy, safe and convenient.

Escorted Motorhome Tour - Norway with its stunning scenery - This really is a once in a lifetime trip - Welcome pack included Small Group - 36 Nights ... Leaving Sweden to Denmark is the Øresund Bridge section that is 10 miles long with 4.8 miles being the actual bridge and then transitioning to a underwater tunnel called The Drogden Tunnel ...

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