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Sweden is yet another beautiful country from Europe. It has a rich history and is known for a culture that has a keen appreciation for fashion and art. It is home to various artistic festivities and scenic views, making the country a perfect escape for those who want to spend a little time away from life’s exhausting daily activities.

Fortunately, traveling across the majestic country of Sweden, regardless of whether you are a European resident or not, is now made easy by Interrail and Eurail passes. Interrail passes are available for European residents and citizens. If you are a non-European resident or citizen, you still can have the Swedish tour experience with a Eurail pass.

Choose your Interrail Sweden Pass

3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

135

Adult (28-59)

175

Senior (60+)

158

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

350

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

159

Adult (28-59)

199

Senior (60+)

179

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

398

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

193

Adult (28-59)

259

Senior (60+)

223

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

518

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

226

Adult (28-59)

300

Senior (60+)

270

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

600

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Interrail Sweden Pass – Get Yours

Aside from the Interrail Sweden Pass and Eurail Sweden Pass, there are other types of passes which you can also use to explore the beauty of Sweden. You may select from the following:

 Interrail Sweden Pass

Interrail Sweden Pass – Get Yours 

You can use the Interrail Sweden Pass to travel within Sweden and access the country’s fascinating towns and parks such as the Stockholm, Gotland, and Abisko National Park.

You can get a pass useable for three, four, six, and eight days within one month. You get to decide on which days you would like to travel as long as they are within the one-month validity period. 

Further, you may take as many train rides as you want on each chosen day of travel. You can also get a discount on your travel if your age is under 28 with the discounted Youth Pass.

    Choose your Eurail Sweden Pass

    As there isn’t a One Country Pass that is valid exclusively in Sweden, you will need to get an Eurail Global Pass or an Eurail Select Pass instead, or a Benelux Pass like one of those listed below.

    3 Days Pass

    Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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    Youth (12-27)

    149

    Adult (28+)

    185

    Family (2 Adults)

    Children 4-11 travel free

    298

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    4 Days Pass

    Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

    Book Now →

    Youth (12-27)

    177

    Adult (28+)

    219

    Family (2 Adults)

    Children 4-11 travel free

    354

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    6 Days Pass

    Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

    Book Now →

    Youth (12-27)

    200

    Adult (28+)

    248

    Family (2 Adults)

    Children 4-11 travel free

    400

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    8 Days Pass

    Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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    Youth (12-27)

    261

    Adult (28+)

    325

    Family (2 Adults)

    Children 4-11 travel free

    522

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    Eurail Sweden Pass Reservations 

     

    If you are planning on taking a trip to visit Sweden, you will need to book your train reservations. If you are a European resident or citizen, you can buy an Interrail Sweden Pass or an Interrail Global Pass at the official Interrail website.

    If you are a non-European resident or citizen, you can purchase a Eurail Sweden Pass or other Eurail passes such as Eurail global pass and Eurail select pass at the official Eurail website. There are also other passes available like the Eurail Norway-Sweden Pass.

    Note that only European residents or citizens can travel with an Interrail Sweden Pass. Such pass is also valid for travels with participating ferry, train, and public transport companies. If you want to avail yourself of the discounted Youth Pass, make sure you are aged 12 to 27 on the starting date of your Interrail pass. Check on the links to see which among the available passes best suits your travel plan and budget.

    Price Reduction: Interrail Sweden Pass

     

    Interrail offers discounted rates. If you’re no more than 27 years old, you can get 25% off. Those who are at least 60 years old also get a 10% discount.

    You may sign up to our email newsletter and be updated with the spontaneous promotions, discounts, and special offers brought by our partners, Interrail and Eurail.

    Once you sign up, you will receive notifications and updates regarding price reductions on Interrail Sweden and Eurail Sweden passes; that way you can take advantage of discounts and promos as soon as they become available and enjoy the lowest fares.

    5 Great Reasons to Interrail in Sweden

     Sweden is beautiful no matter the seasons

     Interrailing to and within the country on different parts of the year will give you memorable and unique views of the landscape during different seasons. You can witness the magical snowfall that covers the lands and flowers in wintertime. You can watch how the trees and flowers bloom back to life on spring. You can see the vivid orange and yellow fields as autumn arrives. And experience the beers-and-beaches culture of Swedes during summer.

    Midsummer Experience

    This is the period when every Swede finds an instant escapade and spends the weekend on an island far away from the busied streets of Stockholm and other cities. The Swedes celebrate the Midsummer festivity on the Friday between the 19th and 26th day of June. It is said to be a way to appreciate Earth’s “fertility.” During such time, you can see most of the countrymen dressed in flowers, hear them sing some children songs and feel the warmth of the atmosphere.

    Fashion Highlight

    The Swedes are taking fashion to the next level. If you get to visit Sweden, you will see how sharp Swedes dress. They always show up well-dressed for special events. Their street fashion is pretty good too; no wonder why Sweden houses some of the renowned brands in the clothing industry like H&M, Cheap Monday, and Nudie.

    Music Festivals

    Way out West, Peace & Love, Sweden Rock, Bravalla, Summerburst, and Hultsfred are just some of the music festivals you may enjoy once you visit Sweden. You can join the crowd and dance to the beat of the pop and upbeat music, catch the lively and happy moments, see strangers jumping, kissing, hugging, and singing. Music festivals big in Sweden.

    Medieval Atmosphere

    Swedes are descendants of Vikings, and the country has managed to retain some ambiance of the medieval era in most of its cities and landmarks. If you plan on visiting the place, you may luckily witness some of Sweden’s past period-themed festivals like the Stockholm Music Festival, where musicians from several countries come together to perform pieces from the medieval and renaissance periods.

    With Interrail, Sweden and Europe are easily accessible!

    Sweden location in Northen Europe makes it is an easy place to begin or end your Interrail Journey.

    If that is what you’d like to do, you can find the best flights via Skyscanner, using the free tool below.

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    Interrail / Eurail Sweden – what to do, where to go?

    When exploring Sweden via Interrail or Eurail., here are a few places that would inspire the inner artist, historian, or culinary connoisseur in you.

    Stockholm City

    One of the biggest cities in Sweden, Stockholm is known for its progressiveness and modernity. It is labeled as one of the most beautiful cities around the world and is also recognized as a city possessing top qualities of a large metropolis. The city stands on 14 islands in total, where the lakes and the sea meet.

    Due to the massiveness of the city, you can see urbanized areas, vast green fields, sceneries of nature, and modern establishments all at one place. It creatively highlights its rich culture while it continues to develop and adapt to the modern environment.

    Gothenburg

    Another major city in Sweden is the Gothenburg. It is known for being Sweden’s green land as it is the place where the country’s largest botanical garden rests; it houses more or less 16000 species of plants. You can also pay a visit to other botanical gardens and enjoy the fresh air while walking, running, or even biking

    —yes, the place is definitely bike-friendly.
    The nights in the Gothenburg are vibrant. You can party on open-aired terraces, dance to the disco lights, and dine in the locals’ favorite night restaurants.

    Marstrand

    Just an hour’s drive from the city of Gothenburg, you can visit Sweden’s own version of Hollywood named Marstrand—the island of royalties and celebrities. But aside from being the “home” of the prominent names, the Marstrand has an interesting history that makes it even more special.

    The Carlsten castle located on the island was once a fortress back in 17th century which protected the island against its neighbors during turf battles. The castle now serves as one of the main tourist spots in the island. The picturesque rows of colorful holiday cottages and homes also attract visitors from different countries.

    Icehotel

    From the name itself, Icehotel is literally made of ice. This 5500-square meter-establishment is the first and currently the largest ice hotel in the world. Due to the complexity of composition, it has to be reconstructed every November to December of the year because it melts around April or May.

    Aside from check-ins and room rents, the hotel also offers other activities such as fishing, ice driving, ice sculpting, sauna, Northern Lights viewing, and dinner programs. There is also an Icebar where you can drink glasses of wine to provide some heat amid negative temperature. The hotel is located in Jukkasjärvi, a village about 11 miles from Kiruna.

    Visby City Wall

    Visby ringmur or the Visby wall was a defensive wall built around Visby, a Swedish town on the island of Gotland, during the medieval era. It is Scandinavia’s strongest, most preserved medieval defensive wall that was built in two stages; first during the 13th century and second during the 14th century.

    The wall was further fortified during the 18th century to preserve it. Some of the famous establishments or parts of the wall are The Love Gate, The Gunpowder Tower, Tall Lisa, The House with the Paintings, The Coin Box, Big Cristin, and The East Gate.

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    Interrail and Eurail SwedenMap and Planner

    The planning stage is always the hardest. You have a lot of factors to regard and things to check before you can decide on whether to take the trip or not.

    Nonetheless, planning is a must before any trip. It is important that you know which among the several locations to visit, when to travel, what to bring, and where to stay or check in.

    Being able to plan a trip while being spontaneous at the same time is a practice that should be adopted by any person who wants to travel and enjoy; even when there are departures from the original plan.

    We highly recommend that you download the railway map and use interrailplanner.com to guide you in your planning.

    Interrail and Eurail Sweden Ferries

    With your Interrail Sweden Pass and Eurail Sweden Pass, you can get discounted rides on ferries and further travel to other parts of the Europe such as Norway, Finland, and Germany. You may get 20-50% discount with Fjord Line ferries on your way to Norway and 50% discount with Viking Line ferries if you plan to go to Finland. Finnlines ferries, on the other hand, give Interrail pass holders a 50% discount on standard fares, en route to Germany.

    Interrail Sweden – best places to stay

    You’ll need to have somewhere to stay when you’re on your Interrail or Eurail Sweden trip. Here’s some places where you can do just that, brought to you by our readers, as well as our partners at Booking.com.

    Reader Recommendations

    We want to hear about the best places you stayed while you were on your Interrail Sweden trip – bonus points if they’re a little off the beaten track! Share the love and give us a recommendation – get in touch or add yours in the comments section (coming soon)!

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    Hostels for Interrail and Eurail Sweden Travellers

    Hostels are great because:

    a) they are incredibly cheap, and

    b) they are normally full of other people who are also travelling that you can share experiences with.

    Check out some hostels and their reviews here, thanks to our partners at Hostelworld.

    [hostels coming soon!]

    Hotels for Interrail and Eurail Sweden Travellers

    Hotels are ideal for those who need a bit more personal space, such as couples or friends travelling together.

    After a day of exploring in a foreign country, there’s nothing quite like a freshly made hotel bed.

    Get a great deal on your hotels from our partners at Booking.com, right here:



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    Recommended Interrail Sweden Route

    Your plan ultimately depends on the locations you want to visit in Sweden, and how fast you want to access each. If you are already overwhelmed with the number of options you have, you do not have to worry as we have made a recommendation on one Interrail route you can take that will allow you to visit Sweden’s three largest cities.

    You can get an Interrail pass that can cover one or two travel weeks if you are planning to take several trips within a period, or you may buy separate tickets for each leg although that would take more costs; thus, we suggest the Interrail ticket. Starting from Stockholm station, you can travel for approximately two to five hours to reach Gothenburg. And from Gothenburg, you can reach Malmo in approximately two to three and a half hours.

    You can discover the real beauty of Sweden even without the need to take an overnight’s trip. Although with your one-week pass, you do not really have to rush everything—you can seize the moment in every city you visit and appreciate the culture of the country. Here are the cities you can visit along the way using your Interrail Pass:

    • Stockholm
    • Gothenburg
    • Malmo
    • Kiruna
    • Umea

    Which Interrail Sweden Pass Will I Need?

    The Interrail Sweden Pass is highly recommended to make sure that you get to experience the best moments on each place you visit. Take an Interrail Sweden Pass that is available for eight days with a validity period of one month. You will receive a map as part of the package so you can be guided once you claim your pass.

    Eurail Norway – Sweden Pass

    The Eurail Norway-Sweden Pass lets you experience unlimited rail travel in both Sweden and Norway. You can purchase the pass if you are neither a citizen nor a resident of any European country. A ride from Stromstad to Sandefjord is one of the most famous, long routes to take using the pass.

    The route lets you see Norway’s scenic fjords and can take you to luxurious spas present in the country. On the latter part of your way, you can also experience any of three historical epochs in Sandefjord namely the Viking, the spa and the whaling periods. The Eurail Norway-Sweden Pass is also available at discounted prices for group of adults, and for children of ages four to fifteen.

    Stockholm

    Walk through the city’s historic center and take in the vibrant atmosphere that blends the old with the new. Book your hotel or hostel.

    Gothenburg

    The bustling Swedish city is known for its dynamic architecture and fashion-forward boutiques. Book your hotel or hostel.

    Malmo

    Rich in history and basking in luxury. Book your hotel or hostel.

    Kiruna

    The activity of this culturally-rich city revolves around the Grand Place square Book your hotel or hostel.

    Umea

    Book your hotel or hostel.

    Interrail Sweden, Eurail Sweden Photo Gallery

    Here are some of the best photographs people have been kind enough to share from their previous Interrail Belgium trips.

    If you have photos to share, we’re open to considering them for display on this page – just email us to start a conversation!

    Conversely, if you see your photo here and want it taken down, just let us know.

    Interrail Sweden FAQ

    Whichever Interrail or Eurail Sweden guide you read, there will always be unanswered questions. If you feel that there is anything missing from this guide or the FAQ below, let us know in the comments or send an email!

    What to bring on my Interrail Sweden trip?

    The official Interrail website lists the following as necessary items to bring with you on your trip:

    • First Aid kit
    • Photocopies of important documents
    • Spare credit card
    • Padlock
    • Torch
    • Driving licence
    • Money belt
    • Universal adaptor
    • Alarm clock
    • Phrase book
    • Small speakers
    • Waterproof jacket / poncho
    • Backpack rain cover
    • Plasters
    • Playing cards
    • Bottle opener
    • Hiking boots
    • Swimming goggles
    • Wet wipes
    • Resealable bags

    And of course, you will need a backpack to carry everything – lucky for you, we’ve taken the time to review the best Interrail backpack options out there.

    Is it safe?

    Belgium is seen as a very safe place to visit for tourists. As with almost any country, the crime rates are higher in bigger cities than in more rural areas, but even in the largest Belgian cities there are very few instances of serious crime.

    Regardless, it is always important to take care – try to avoid walking streets alone at night, and keep your valuables somewhere safe. If there’s no safe place at your hotel or hostel, keep them with you!

    If you are concerned about something that could go wrong on your trip, we recommend taking a look at World Nomads Travel Insurance – it’s designed especially for travellers rather than typical holidaymakers.

    Interrail and Eurail Sweden get your Pass today!

    Sweden is definitely a top choice when you want to experience a majestic mixture of modernity and history. Each of its town and building has a story to tell. And what’s better than merely witnessing the magnificent scenes in the country is the feeling of being seemingly taken back to the past.

    If you want to take a trip to this grand haven of modern buildings with ancient stories, all you need to do is buy your Interrail or Eurail Pass. Once you have your own pass, you can now travel your way up the Northern Europe and enjoy everything Sweden offers!

    Not sure where to go next?

    We’ve got you covered! Check out some of Europe’s top places to visit and explore in our guides below.

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