By air

Main international airports in Sweden are: Stockholm Arlanda (STO), Gothenburg Landvetter (GOT) and Malmö Sturup (MMX).

The national carrier SAS Scandinavian Airlines System offers flights from many European countries to Sweden. SAS destinations include:
Belgium (Brussels),
Croatia (Zagreb, Split),
Denmark (Copenhagen),
Finland (Helsinki),
France (Paris, Nice),
Germany (Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart),
Greece (Athens),
Ireland (Dublin),
Italy (Rome, Milan),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Norway (Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim),
Russia (St. Petersburg, Moscow),
Spain (Barcelona, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca),
Switzerland (Geneva, Zurich),
Turkey (Istanbul),
United Kingdom (Manchester, London, Edinburgh).

Other airlines that offer flights to Sweden include: Adria Airways, Aeroflot, Aerosvit, Air Baltic, Air Berlin, Air France, Austrian Airlines, B&H Airlines, Blue1, British Airways, CSA, easyJet, Estonian Air, Finnair, Germanwings, Iberia, Icelandair, Jat Airways, KLM, LOT, Lufthansa, Malev, Norwegian Air, Spanair, Swiss Air Lines, TAP and Turkish Airlines.

Swedish airports: www.lfv.se
SAS schedules: www.sas.se

By sea

Main sea ports in Sweden include Gothenburg, Sundsvalls, Hargs and Trelleborg. There are ferry services to Sweden from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and the UK. Such routes are offer by such companies as Polferries, Scandlines, Tallink, TT-Line and Viking Line.

Port of Gothenburg: www.portgot.se
Port of Sundsvalls: www.sundsvallshamn.se
Port of Hargs: www.hargshamn.se
Port of Trelleborg: www.trelleborgshamn.se

Polferries schedules: www.polferries.pl
Scandlines schedules: www.scandlines.se
Tallink schedules: www.tallinksilja.com
TT-Line schedules: www.ttline.com
Viking Line schedules: www.vikingline.fi

By bus

There are frequent coach services to Sweden from other European countries. Eurolines offers routes to Sweden for example from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal and the United Kingdom.

Eurolines schedules: www.eurolines.se

By train

Sweden has rail connections with Denmark.

By car

The main border crossings of Sweden are: Oresund Bridge (Danish border), Haparand (Finnish border) and Svinesund (Norwegian border).


By bus/tram

Sweden has an efficient public transport system. In major towns one can travel by bus, tram or underground (T-bana). Tickets can be bought from kiosks and information centers.

By taxi

Taxis are plentiful in Sweden. They can be found at taxi ranks, hailed in the street or ordered by phone.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign (European, US, Canadian, Australian) driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have insurance documents and ownership/rental documents. It is forbidden to drive with alcohol level higher than 0.2 milligrams per milliliter of blood. The use of dipped headlights is compulsory at all times. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Speed limits are not based on the type of roads but on the quality and safety of the roads. It is recommended to have a warning triangle and first-aid kit.