RV Hire Sweden
RV travel in Sweden – Driving and travel in Sweden
RV Hire Sweden. Using a rental motorhome in Sweden means a holiday of freedom. Free to drive where your fancy, stop when you want to and lets you discover a wealth of exciting things along the way.
Sweden offers RV travelers a well-maintained network of roads and highways. It is possible to drive the entire length of Sweden from south to north and there are plenty of camping places. There are no tolls (except when crossing the Öresund Bridge), and traffic jams are rare. The roads are usually in excellent condition, with easy-to-read traffic signs.
RV hire Sweden. Driving off the main highways in your rental RV is easy if you feel like discovering Sweden in your own way. Most Swedish roads are suitable for motor homes and caravans. Along the roadside the naturally beautiful countryside offers both natural and prepared roadside stops.
Northern Sweden, including legendary Swedish Lapland, is unique. Where else can you visit the Ice Hotel? Where else can you sit around the campfire with a Sami guide, sharing stories of your day’s dog sledding adventure, and sampling local delicacy souvas. Or gaze in wonder at the Northern Lights at the Aurora Sky Station. Arctic Circle cities Luleå and Kiruna are the last major outposts of civilization and well worth a visit on your motorhome holiday, modernity and comfort just minutes from the wilderness. Lonely Planet named Abisko and the Northern Lights the world’s most illuminating experience as part of celbrating that 2015 was the UN Year of Light. Abisko is a 77 km² national park in Swedish Lapland famous for its natural beauty, Nordic wildlife and is a hot (cold) spot for winter adventures as well as summer hiking in the midnight sun. RV hire Northern Sweden
Southern Sweden. The fabulous Kullaberg coastline in the north is dotted with fabulous fishing villages like Mölle and Arild and exclusive seaside towns such as Torekov and Båstad. Being one of Europe’s richest farming areas southern Sweden is big on small-scale artisan food production and farmers market. Mölle is best known for its scenic harbour and its location adjacent to the Kullaberg Nature Reserve. Its harbour, situated on the Kattegat Strait, provides services for marine fishing, watersports outings and tour excursions along the coast, especially the rocky shore of Kullaberg to the north. Fodor characterizes Mölle as “a small town set in spectacular isolation on the dramatic headland of the Kulla Peninsula.
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous city in the Nordic countries, with 909,976 people living in the municipality, approximately 1.4 million in the urban area, and 2.2 million in the metropolitan area. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by a Swedish statesman Birger Jarl. Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. Stockholm is world famous for being stunningly beautiful. The city sits on 14 islands, is surrounded by water and is pickled with parkland, forest and lakeshore beaches. With 26 city parks, Stockholm is pretty green. Stockholm is surrounded by Lake Mälaren waters and at the entrance to the archipelago. It’s so clean you can safely swim and catch salmon and freshwater fish. Stockholm Arlanda Airport is located 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Stockholm City. RV Hire Sweden
Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden with approximately 500,000 inhabitants in the municipality. It is situated on Sweden’s west coast at the outlet of the Göta river. With over 60,000 students Gothenburg University is the largest in Scandinavia. Gothenburg has a reputation of being a friendly place, even more welcoming than the Swedish capital. You can pick up your rental motorhome at the airport or in the city. The roads E6, E20 and E45 pass through Gothenburg. If you come by car from Stockholm, you should take E4 to Jönköping, and then national road 40.
Approximate distances & travelling time by motorhome:
to Malmö (E6/E20 south): 300 km, 3 hrs
to Oslo (E6 north): 320 km, 4 hrs
to Stockholm (40 east, E4): 500 km, 5 to 6 hrs
to Copenhagen (E6/E20 south): 317 km, 3.5 hrs