Best explored by train, the largest Scandinavian country offers new and memorable experiences. With your Interrail Pass - visit the dynamic city of Stockholm, the cultural town of Gothenburg and experience the rocking nightlife of Malmö. In Sweden, great shopping, inviting restaurants and multicultural cuisine awaits you.
Interrail passes for Sweden
Interrail Sweden Pass
The Interrail Sweden Pass is the best way to visit Sweden's highlights like Stockholm, Malmö and Gothenburg.
Interrail Global Pass
The Interrail Global Pass is the flexible and budget-friendly way to get around up to 33 countries in Europe. Travel by train from one cool destination to the next. One day you're on a pub crawl through Amsterdam and the next you're white-water rafting in Interlaken, Switzerland.
Pass benefits in Sweden
Places to visit
As the Swedish sun goes down…
Stockholm is an obvious contender for top night haven with world-class restaurants, bars and clubs littering the entire city. Another great choice to keep you entertained by night is a visit to Malmö. This buzzing city is sure to fuel your partying desires. Check out Lilla Torg – the pulse of Malmö’s frenetic night scene. Enclosed by a square of sixteenth- to eighteenth-century buildings are colourful and lively bars and rocking clubs.
Great Gotland and Gothenburg
Gotland island, off Sweden’s south-east coast in the Baltic sea is a great place to visit for its pristine beaches, outdoor activities and its historical riches. The Museum of Gotland is home to Stone Age, Viking and Medieval treasures, as well as exhibitions of the islands diverse flora and fauna. Sweden’s second largest city Gothenburg (Göteborg) is another traveller’s treat. Check out the Liseberg amusement park for rollercoaster razzmatazz or learn something new at the Universeum. Also delve into the city’s past with seventeenth-century castles and fortresses dotted around.
Landscape that dreams are made of
For those pulled to Sweden for its insurmountable natural wow Abisko National Park is what you’ve been waiting for. Get lost in the spectacular northern wilderness in Sweden’s Lapland, meandering from Abisko down to Hemavan. For the super adventurous souls follow the 425-kilometre King’s hiking trail (or just part of the route!) and trek through this breath-taking alpine region. There are cosy little mountain cabins dotted along the route for you to take shelter and marvel at the star-studded Northern Lights.
Stockholm: 14 islands make up one beautiful city
Stockholm, Sweden’s beautiful capital sprawls across an archipelago with a third of the city being made up of water. Be sure to get unparalleled views of Sweden’s sprawling city aboard a leisurely boat tour. Gamla Stan is the city’s old town and is a hit with visitors and it’s easy to see why. Here you’ll find Storkyrkan – Stockholm’s grand cathedral and the beautiful baroque Royal Palace – while there nip into the Treasury and lay your eyes on Sweden’s prized jewels.
Visit Sweden’s dreamy Bohuslän coast, stretching north of Gothenburg (Göteborg). Savour this stunning landscape by boat, taking in some of the adorable islands and islets that are studded within this archipelago. The area is great for water sport-enthusiasts – kayaking, canoeing and scuba-diving are especially popular. As memorable experiences go, Lapland is at the top of its game. Where else can you go dog sledding or snowmobiling across snow-laden wilderness (possible October-April). And why not spend a night at the Ice Hotel!