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South Sweden Self Drive: Stockholm to Stockholm

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14 Days
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Experience Swedish nature, culture and history on this comprehensive tour. Enjoy the robust culinary scene of the capital of Stockholm, ride the coasters at Liseberg Amusement Park in Gothenburg and see where Sweden connects to Denmark at the Oresund Bridge in Malmo.


This 14-day self-drive tour is perfect for independent travelers who like the flexibility to decide their own pace and itinerary when exploring the world. Whether you prefer a self-drive car with pre-booked accommodation or a rental car, Goway has you covered. Sweden is a perfect country to explore at your own pace. If this tour peaks your interest, we also offer self-drive tours in other parts of the world.

Begin your self-drive exploration of Sweden in Stockholm, its capital city. Built on an archipelago of 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges, Stockholm is a compact, gorgeous city boasting impeccable style. In the old town of Gamla Stan, wind through narrow cobblestone avenues and admire the Scandinavian architecture. Examine the remains of old warships at the Vasa Museum, Scandinavia’s most popular museum. Nobel Prize enthusiasts will want to visit the Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall where the awards ceremony is held every year. Stockholm also boasts Scandinavia’s best cuisine culture, with 10 Michelin star restaurants and a vibrant dining scene offering traditional Swedish meatballs and herring salad alongside diverse ethnic dishes.

From Stockholm, head to the university city of Orebro. Rent a bike and explore everything the “Town of Cycling” has to offer. Don’t miss Orebro Castle, a massive stone fortress surrounded by a moat that sits on an island in the middle of the town. Head on to Karlstad, perfect for exploring the Varmland. Visit the tiny islands of Lake Vanern to the south or learn about the region’s history going back to ancient times at the Varmlands Museum. The Brigade Museum offers a more contemporary look at Swedish history, examining the nation during the Cold War. Trollhattan, or “Trollywood” as locals affectionately call it, is a centre for the Swedish film industry. For instance, Danish filmmaker Lars Von Trier has made several movies here. Beyond its movie industry, Trollhattan is an eclectic blend of warehouses, canals and waterfalls.

From Trollhattan enter Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city. Founded by Gustavus Adolphus in 1621, Gothenburg is home to Volvo, several world class universities and cobbled streets boasting neoclassical architecture. You’ll find the city’s best restaurants and cafes on the Avenyn. Those travelling with children should visit Liseberg Amusement Park, the largest amusement park in Scandinavia. Stroll through the Haga District to see the classical wooden houses or visit imposing Alvsborg Fortress to get a taste of Sweden’s royal past. Photograph the strange Feskekorka or Fish Church, an indoor fish market designed like a gothic cathedral. If you visit Gothenburg in January, you’ll be lucky enough to witness the crowds of the Gothenburg Film Festival.

Sweden’s third largest city, Malmo, combines central-European-style city squares with state-of-the-art IT and biotech companies. It’s most famous for Oresund Bridge, which connects Malmo to Copenhagen. When you’re not wandering the Gamla Staden or Old Town, venture to Malmohus Slott Castle and see where the Earl of Bothwell, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, was imprisoned for five years in the sixteenth century.

From Malmo, head to Ystad, a medieval market town that served as Sweden’s gateway to the rest of Europe for two centuries. When you visit, listen for the night watchman’s horn which rings out every night from the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. If you’re a detective fiction buff, you’ll also recognize Ystad as the main setting of Henning Mankell’s Kurt Wallander series. Head north to Kosta, a small rural municipality that’s the centre of Swedish glassworks. The village first started producing glass in 1742 and boasts several glass factories.

Head east to Borgholm, a bustling summer resort town. Visit the magnificent ruined castle on its outskirts and spot the Swedish Royal Family’s official summer residence a few kilometres away. Finally, head to the banks of Vattern Lake to Vadstena, a historically rich city on the eastern leg of the Gota Canal. See Gustav Vasa’s castle from the sixteenth century and Vadstena Abbey, which is almost 700 years old. Vadstena is also home to Sweden’s oldest town hall, which was built in the fifteenth century.

Visit the stunning scenery, impressive buildings and vibrant cities at your own pace on this extensive self-drive tour through Sweden.


 

 

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Duration
14 Days
Prices From:
US$ 2,235

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Day 1

Arrive Stockholm

On arrival into Copenhagen airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Stockholm is a virtual trove of museums and none better than the Vasa Ship Museum. Also recommended is a stop at City Hall, with its famous Blue Hall, where the Nobel Prize banquet is held each year.

Don't forget the ABBA museum, the old town, as well as the many optional city tours by boat, bike, coach or foot.

Duration1 Night
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Scandic Grand Central Hotel

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    Scandic Grand Central Hotel



    Set in an 1880s building, this stylish hotel is 493 feet from the Arlanda Express Airport Train and Stockholm Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, gym, sauna and bike access. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs. The Oscar Theatre and Casino Cosmopol are directly opposite Scandic ...

    Set in an 1880s building, this stylish hotel is 493 feet from the Arlanda Express Airport Train and Stockholm Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, gym, sauna and bike access. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs.

    The Oscar Theatre and Casino Cosmopol are directly opposite Scandic Grand Central Hotel. Shops, cinemas and pubs are within 3 minutes' walk, at Drottninggatan and Hötorget Square.

    Facilities

    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Bar
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Facilities for Disabled Guests
    • Free WiFi
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Laundry
    • Lift
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Non-Smoking Property
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
    • Parking Facilities (at cost)
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • Safety Deposit Box
    • Sauna

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Day 2

Stockholm - Orebro

Collect your car from Europcar drive west through an area famous for its many castles and manor houses, and explore the 16th-century Gripsholm Castle--enjoy the art exhibition inside and the castle's well-preserved interiors from different eras. You may also want to take a leisure ride on the train at Mariefred Railroad Museum, dating back to the end of the 19th century. Continue towards Eskilstuna, where you can visit the Rademachersmedjorna, a 17th-century blacksmith community, where the smiths are still busy with their craft. Head on to Orebro where you will spend the night. (Listed tours, museums and activities not included in the trip price)

Driving distance approx. 210 km

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Duration1 Night
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Scandic Grand Orebro

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    Scandic Grand Orebro



    When you stay at the Scandic Grand Hotel in Orebro, you'll find all of Orebro's attractions on your doorstep. Orebro's impressive 16th Century castle, Behrn Arena (football stadium), Wadkoping old town and the Conventum Congress Centre are all within a 10 minute walk of the ...

    When you stay at the Scandic Grand Hotel in Orebro, you'll find all of Orebro's attractions on your doorstep. Orebro's impressive 16th Century castle, Behrn Arena (football stadium), Wadkoping old town and the Conventum Congress Centre are all within a 10 minute walk of the hotel. Scandic Grand Hotel is also situated within easy commute to Orebro Airport and Nykoping-Skavsta Airport.

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Day 3

Orebro - Karlstad

Vsit the open-air museum in Wadkoping, with its beautiful old buildings, craftspeople and shops. Also visit the 14th-century Orebro Castle and join a guided tour to learn about its remarkable past. After lunch start your drive west. If you are up for it the Nobel Museum in Karlskoga is well worth a visit and don´t miss the 15 meters high Picasso sculpture in Kristinehamn, donated to the city by the artist in 1964. Kristinehamn also makes a great destination for an afternoon break (Listed tours, museums and activities not included in the trip price). Continue to Karlstad where you will spend the night.

Driving distance approx. 115 km

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Duration1 Night
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Clarion Hotel Plaza

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    Clarion Hotel Plaza



    A warm welcome to Clarion Hotel Plaza - a modern hotel in the centre of Karlstad. The staff's priority is excellent service at this cosy meeting spot. 131 hotel rooms, 11 meeting rooms, relaxation area and the Kitchen & Table restaurant.

    A warm welcome to Clarion Hotel Plaza - a modern hotel in the centre of Karlstad. The staff's priority is excellent service at this cosy meeting spot. 131 hotel rooms, 11 meeting rooms, relaxation area and the Kitchen & Table restaurant.

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Karlstad - Trollhattan

The city of Karlstad, also known as the city of sunshine, lies on the river delta where two of Sweden's great natural waterways meet; the 500 km long Klara River and the mighty Lake Vanern, with its archipelago of 22,000 islands. Where river meets lake, you can enjoy this unique delta environment on its hiking trails or on a boat trip. Karlstad is also home to Varmland's Museum, containing the world's premier exhibition of the Varmland artists, as well as international artists and a fascinating multimedia presentation of the province Varmland's history.

We also recommend a visit to Sangrundsparken, with its new sun terraces and expanded gardens (Listed tours, museums and activities not included in the trip price). After leaving Karlstad you will continue to Trollhattan where the next two nights will be spent. If the weather allows why not stop for a swim on the way?

Driving distance approx. 175 km

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Duration2 Nights
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Scandic Swania

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    Stay in the city centre at Trestad's largest hotel. You can arrange conferences or galas in our function rooms. Head out on a bicycle and explore the city's surrounding areas, and visit hotel’s beautiful restaurant and open-air cafe that's right by Trollhatte Canal. Friday evening ...

    Stay in the city centre at Trestad's largest hotel. You can arrange conferences or galas in our function rooms. Head out on a bicycle and explore the city's surrounding areas, and visit hotel’s beautiful restaurant and open-air cafe that's right by Trollhatte Canal. Friday evening is after-work evening, with a buffet and great atmosphere.

    Scandic Swania is close to everything Trollhattan has to offer: restaurants, cafes and city walks. Take the opportunity to explore Trollhattan's beautiful scenery, hiking trails and the fantastic views around Lake Vanern.

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Trollhattan - Gota Canal or Island Serenity

Today you have the whole day to explore the surroundings of Trollhattan. Explore the impressive locks of Gota Canal. The Gota Canal is one of the most remarkable waterways in the world and one of the communication links between Sweden's two largest cities. The canal itself is 190 km long, most of it dug out by hand. The three separate Trollhattan lock terraces create an idyllic and green park area and here one finds lock segments from 1800, 1844, and 1916. The four locks that are in use today were inaugurated in 1916, and have a difference in level of 32 m. This is also the starting point for the boat trips offered in the summertime. Another place of interest is the Canal Museum that depicts the history of the Trollhatte-Canal by means of boat models, divers, and film presentations. If you want to get out from the city a visit to the islands Orust or Tjorn is a good choice.

Both islands offer great nature and culture and opportunities to find your own little hideaway for a swim in the sea. (Listed tours, museums and activities not included in the trip price)

Driving distance if visiting Orust or Tjorn approx 165 km

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Day 6

Trollhattan - Gothenburg

Drive south towards Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city. You could take a detour to Marstrand, also referred to as Sweden’s very own little St. Tropez, especially during the great sail races that takes place here. Enjoy a nice lunch or take a dip in the ocean from the cliffs. When continuing to Gothenburg, make sure you don't miss the Bohus Fort with is impressive walls and dark dungeons. If you arrive early to Gothenburg we highly recommend a visit to the amusement park Liseberg, located in the middle of the city or a stroll at "Avenyn" the main shopping and restaurant street (Listed tours, museums and activities not included in the trip price) Driving distance approx. 80 km (with detour to Marstrand approx. 125 km)

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Duration1 Night
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Scandic No. 25 Hotel

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    Scandic No. 25 Hotel



    Stay at a medium-size hotel, with a lovely, homely feeling, close to everything Gothenburg has to offer and next to the central station. Our restaurant is many a guest's favourite spot. The atmosphere here is relaxed. Why not try our restaurant, which serves well-prepared food ...

    Stay at a medium-size hotel, with a lovely, homely feeling, close to everything Gothenburg has to offer and next to the central station. Our restaurant is many a guest's favourite spot. The atmosphere here is relaxed. Why not try our restaurant, which serves well-prepared food made with local ingredients. The hotel rooms are decorated in pale Scandinavian colours and on the top floor of the hotel, we have 2 unique meeting facilities for up to 40 or 20 people, which are suitable for both meetings and social occasions.

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Gothenburg - Halmstad

Spend the first part of the day in Gothenburg, shopping, sightseeing or just relaxing. We recommend the Göteborg tourist card, which gives you free admission to city trams and attractions such as museums and the Liseberg amusement park. You can also take a guided boat tour on the canals of Gothenburg.

After lunch (not included), drive to Halmstad where you will stay the night.

Driving distance approx. 140 km

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Duration1 Night
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First Hotel Martenson

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    First Hotel Martenson is centrally located in the heart of Halmstad. The hotel offers 103 comfortable and charming guest rooms. All Superior and Deluxe Rooms are newly renovated and some offer scenic views of the river Nissan.

    First Hotel Martenson is centrally located in the heart of Halmstad. The hotel offers 103 comfortable and charming guest rooms. All Superior and Deluxe Rooms are newly renovated and some offer scenic views of the river Nissan.

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Day 8

Halmstad - Malmo

For wildlife explorers and anyone who likes to go for a swim, the island Hallands Vadero is well worth a visit. The ferry from Torekov takes only 30 minutes and on the island guided tours and seal-watching tours are available (needs to be booked well in advance), as well as sandy beaches and rocks to jump in the deep blue from.

Back on main land make a stop at the Fredriksdal Museums and Gardens in Helsingborg. This is the province Skane in miniature with 360,000 square metres of unique settings, buildings and gardens. Here, the history and diversity of the countryside are caringly kept alive. Take an explanatory walk, watch the animals grazing or join the manor maids for an interesting tour. Buy a bag of old fashioned sweets in the old town quarter, or your favorite rose in the flower shop. Find answers to your questions on nature or folklore, or just lie back and relax in a hammock. After the visit, continue to Malmö where you will stay the night.

Driving distance approx. 180 km

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Duration1 Night
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Scandic Kramer Hotel

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    A contemporary meeting place where you stay in a historic building from 1878 with the bustle of the city on your doorstep. Enjoy a traditional, high-quality Swedish menu in the restaurant or have a cup of tea in the glass veranda and take in the ...

    A contemporary meeting place where you stay in a historic building from 1878 with the bustle of the city on your doorstep. Enjoy a traditional, high-quality Swedish menu in the restaurant or have a cup of tea in the glass veranda and take in the views of Stortorget. Hotel Scandic Kramer is conducted in a beautiful building from 1875. The hotel is renovated in a way that preserves the 1800s charm. Entering the hotel you're greeted by a stunning staircase with original decorated glass windows. You can enjoy great food and drinks in the restaurant and bar, as well as on our tea porch.

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Malmo - Ystad

We recommend a visit to Lilla Torg. This marketplace is a local meeting point and one of the coziest places in Malmö with lots of restaurants and cafes. The rest of the day can be spent either in Malmö or you can drive over the 7845 meter long Oresund Bridge for a visit to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Here you can visit all the main sights, such as the famous Little Mermaid statue, a symbol of the city, the National Museum and Christiansborg Palace. After a day in Denmark drive to the charming city Ystad.

Driving distance approx. 140 km

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Duration1 Night
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Hotel Continental

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    Right in the charming medieval town of Ystad, on the threshold of Osterlen's Continental du Sud. The hotel has undergone a renovation in 2016 out of public space and rooms as well as developed new rooms with high standard. The hotel appears frequently in films ...

    Right in the charming medieval town of Ystad, on the threshold of Osterlen's Continental du Sud. The hotel has undergone a renovation in 2016 out of public space and rooms as well as developed new rooms with high standard. The hotel appears frequently in films about police Inspector Wallander and not infrequently one meets on the cast and crew here. Take the opportunity to make a wide range of celebrities - banquet oldest hotel in Sweden!

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Ystad - Kosta

Take a look around Ystad, one of the most picturesque cities in Sweden with more than 300 idyllic half-timbered houses. Today's drive takes you northeast and the first stop is Ales Stenar, a giant stone formation more than 1,000 years old. As you drive along the coast, don't miss Glimmingehus, one of the best-preserved medieval forts in Scandinavia, dating back to 1499 and the 13th-century village of Morrum, known for its river salmon, and pay a visit to the salmon museum, Laxens hus, for some historic information.

In Karlshamn there are many nice restaurants suitable for lunch and you can also visit the Swedish Punsch museum, containing exhibits from one of the two largest Punsch factories in the 1800s. You can also see how snus (snuff) and cigars were made in the tobacco storehouse in the days when tobacco was grown in the area. Continue north and enter the Kingdom of Crystal where you will spend the next two nights.

Driving distance approx. 300 km

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Duration1 Night
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Kosta Boda Art Hotel

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    Kosta Boda Art Hotel opened its doors June 27, 2009 but really started its trip already in 1742 when two of Charles XII's generals, Anders Koskull and Georg Bogislaus Stael von Holstein founded the Kosta glassworks and laid the foundation for what today is the ...

    Kosta Boda Art Hotel opened its doors June 27, 2009 but really started its trip already in 1742 when two of Charles XII's generals, Anders Koskull and Georg Bogislaus Stael von Holstein founded the Kosta glassworks and laid the foundation for what today is the Orrefors-Kosta Boda, one of Sweden's most famous brands. All the glass in the hotel are produced on the other side of the road, in the blowing of skilled glass by a craft that remained the same for nearly 300 years.

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Kosta - Borgholm

Drive around the "Kingdom of Crystal" (Glasriket) and visit some of its most famous glassworks. There are more than 50 glassworks in this area, and many of them are open to visitors. If you are lucky, you can find a really nice souvenir in one of the glasswork to prices way less than the souvenir shops in the cities. Stay the night here.

Is crystal not your thing? No problem, you can drive to the city of Kalmar, beautifully situated by the Baltic Sea. Visit the Kalmar Castle, strategically important to Swedish defense in the past. And from here why not take the bridge over to Oland, Sweden's second largest island. The options on Oland are unlimited, visit one of Sweden's most beautiful beaches, shop in Borgholm or visit the Oland Zoo with its large aqua park.

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Hotell Borgholm

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    Hotell Borgholm



    At the junction of Tradgardsgatan and Storgatan you will find Hotell Borgholm, an oasis in the heart of Borgholm with its charming courtyard and splendid gardens. It offers 41 modern, newly renovated rooms, tastefully decorated with all the comforts of home. All rooms are equipped ...

    At the junction of Tradgardsgatan and Storgatan you will find Hotell Borgholm, an oasis in the heart of Borgholm with its charming courtyard and splendid gardens. It offers 41 modern, newly renovated rooms, tastefully decorated with all the comforts of home. All rooms are equipped with sprinklers and many have air-conditioning. The hotel also accommodates modern conference facilities, restaurant and lounge bar.

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Borgholm - Vadstena

Enjoy another wonderful Swedish breakfast before it is time to drive north towards Vimmerby. This is the home town of the world famous Swedish author Astrid Lindgren. Here you will find a specially built village for Pippi Longstocking and other famous characters featured in her books. On the way north we also recommend a stop in Gränna where the striped candy canes were invented 1859. Visit one of the shops and see how this delicious candy is made. End the drive in Vadstena, beautifully situated by Lake Vattern. In the centre of Vadstena, right beside Lake Vattern, you will find Vadstena Castle, one of Sweden's best preserved Renaissance castles.

Driving distance approx. 335 km

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Duration1 Night
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Starby Hotel

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    Starby Hotel



    Starby Hotel is a hotel in the countryside style with a wide range of both creative meetings to romantic weekends and gastronomic experiences. The hotel is beautifully situated in Vadstena located at Vatterns eastern shore, halfway between Stockholm and Gothenburg. It offers an inspiring environment ...

    Starby Hotel is a hotel in the countryside style with a wide range of both creative meetings to romantic weekends and gastronomic experiences. The hotel is beautifully situated in Vadstena located at Vatterns eastern shore, halfway between Stockholm and Gothenburg. It offers an inspiring environment where our guests will be stimulated and feel good. Furthermore, the hotel serves a menu that can do any big city restaurant anywhere jealous and pamper our guests with a service that provides real taste for more.

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Vadstena - Stockholm

See the sights around Vadstena Castle, the Cloister and the little 12th-century town itself before starting the drive back to Stockholm. We recommend a stop in Linköping to visit the open-air museum "Old Linköping," which shows how a small town in Sweden looked like hundred years ago. You can visit the houses and see how Swedish people lived in the old days. A nice stop for lunch would be in the pretty little town of Trosa by the coastline. You can also visit the 18th-century Tullgarn Castle, which features some of the most beautiful interiors from the period. At arrival to Stockholm, return the rental car and check in to your centrally located hotel. Rest of the day is free to explore Stockholm with its many restaurants, cafes and bars.

Driving distance approx. 265 km

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Scandic Grand Central Hotel

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    Set in an 1880s building, this stylish hotel is 493 feet from the Arlanda Express Airport Train and Stockholm Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, gym, sauna and bike access. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs. The Oscar Theatre and Casino Cosmopol are directly opposite Scandic ...

    Set in an 1880s building, this stylish hotel is 493 feet from the Arlanda Express Airport Train and Stockholm Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, gym, sauna and bike access. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs.

    The Oscar Theatre and Casino Cosmopol are directly opposite Scandic Grand Central Hotel. Shops, cinemas and pubs are within 3 minutes' walk, at Drottninggatan and Hötorget Square.

    Facilities

    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Bar
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Currency Exchange
    • Facilities for Disabled Guests
    • Free WiFi
    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Laundry
    • Lift
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Non-Smoking Property
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
    • Parking Facilities (at cost)
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • Safety Deposit Box
    • Sauna

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Day 14

Stockholm Departure

After breakfast you have the opportunity to do some last-minute shopping, visit one of Stockholm's many museums or just relax at a cafe after this enjoyable holiday. You are then transferred to the airport for your onward or return flight.

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PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Arrival and departure airport transfers
  • All accommodation as listed
  • 12 day car rental with basic insurance CDW / THW
  • Meals as indicated

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Drinks
  • Entrances fee to attractions
  • Fees for ferries, tunnels, toll roads, parking of any kind or any other miscellaneous driving.

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Car options (subject to availability):

Vehicle Class:       Sample Model:      Minimum age required: 
Economy Ibiza 1.2 18 years
Compact VW Gold 1.2 18 years
Intermediate Skoda Yeti 4x4 2.0   18 years
Standard VW Tiguan 2.0 18 years
Premium Audi A4 2.0 SW 18 years

 
Hotel check in is 3:00PM

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

From pricing is based on an estimated cost of 12 day car rental based on Economy Ibiza 1.2. Prices are subject to change due to the fluctuation of car rates until such time of deposit, when guaranteed prices are confirmed. Prices are “from” per person and based on twin share based on current exchange rates and subject to change. Single rates available on request. Subject to availability, limited seats available, seasonal surcharges may apply.

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