Sweden like all of it Scandinavian counterparts is one of the happiest and beautiful places in the world. An outdoor and nature loving persons paradise. Full of unspoiled natural beauty it is famous for the philosophy of Allemansrätten – the freedom to roam – which is a Swedish law that gives everyone right of access when walking, kayaking, sitting on a rock, or camping.
Travelling to Sweden by Ferry
The last ferry route going between the UK and Sweden closed in 2006. This was the DFDS Seaways route between Newcastle to Gothenburg (Göteborg).
However, you can still reach Sweden by ferry using either our Newcastle to Amsterdam or Hull to Rotterdam routes and continue to enjoy safe and relaxing ferry travel to mainland Europe.
The Hull to Rotterdam route features overnight crossings similar to our Hull to Zeebrugge service. Your ticket will include a comfortable cabin and the ships boast a range of dining and entertainment options, including two cinema screens and a casino. You’ll then disembark in Rotterdam which offers excellent road links to Germany and then onto Denmark before reaching Sweden.
From Amsterdam, you will follow a similar route as if arriving in Rotterdam. You will take a scenic drive through Holland, into Germany and onwards to Denmark before arriving in Sweden.
Why not have a look at our Holland, Germany or Denmark Destination Guides for inspiration on places to see and do while making your road trip.
Where to Visit in Sweden
Gothenburg is a city on the west coast of Sweden, where you’ll find a vibrant cultural scene, world-class restaurants and a fascinating history – all within walking distance. If you fancy travel further afield, why not use Gothenburg as a base for exploring some of the countries archipelagos.
Malmo is a coastal city located in southern Sweden. It is a medieval university town filled with beautiful parks and gardens, cathedral and catacombs.
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and is comprised of 14 islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. Famous for its cobblestone streets and ochre-colored buildings of Gamla Stan (the old town) it is famous for its iconic city hall and ABBA museum.
The city of Uppsala is a university town, originally known as Östra Aros. It’s also one of Sweden’s oldest cities, and it’s the fourth-largest in the country. The city has a thriving student scene as it is famous for being the educational hub of Sweden.