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Booking a ferry to or from Sweden couldn't be easier with Compare Ferries. Beautiful and diverse, Sweden is the largest of the Scandinavian countries and it's so easy to get to by ferry. Just let Compare Ferries search and compare all the available routes with the major ferry operators including Stenaline, Viking Line, Eckero Line, Tallink Silja line, Finnlines, Colorline, Fjordline DFDS and many more. With regular crossings from the UK, the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Russia and many others there's never been a better time to explore Sweden, with its stunning scenery and incredible culture. Compare Ferries has the most up to date timetables, routes and fares for ferries to and from Sweden. Use our ferry search to compare prices and to book your next ferry crossing.
From the untamed Arctic wilderness in the north of the country to the UNESCO world heritage sites of Oland and Gotland in the south, Sweden is a land of contrasts, of modern cities and stunning scenery, mighty mountains and picturesque beaches.
Sweden is the ideal place to watch the dance of the northern lights in the winter and to catch the midnight sun in the summer. With the right to roam, you can go anywhere, as long as you respect private property and the local flora and fauna. In Sweden, there's something to see everywhere you look thanks to its sheer diversity.
It may not have an Eiffel Tower or a Sphinx, but you'll experience every kind of terrain, from high Alpine peaks in the Sarek National Park in the north to the incredible views across the Baltic Sea from Sten's Head in the Stenshuvud National Park to the south. Head east and you can go island hopping from Sweden's dynamic capital city of Stockholm - there are an incredible 24,000 islands to choose from - then enjoy the stunning sandy beaches of the west coast, famed for its seafood, before taking the boat from Gothenburg out to Sweden's only coral reef.
Whether it's a glimpse of Swedish history in the cobblestoned streets of Stockholm's old town or taking a fika (coffee break) in one of Malmo's hip cafes, in Sweden you'll always find something cool to do. Compare Ferries receives the latest prices and special offers from the leading ferry companies sailing to and from Sweden including Stenaline, Viking Line, Eckero Line, Tallink Silja line, Finnlines, Colorline, Fjordline DFDS and many more.
We all know about the Swedish meatball, but there's so much more to the varied and delicious cuisine of Sweden. The new must-visit culinary destination, Sweden is full of world class foodie experiences from native oysters and wild mushrooms and berries foraged in the woods to Michelin-starred perfection. Don't miss a crayfish party or a slice of Princess cake, pickled herring or the world-famous smorgasbord all washed down with aquavit, vodka, beer and award winning ice wines.
Sweden has a wealth of world-class museums from the exceptional Konstmuseum in Gothenburg, home to Sweden's premier art collection including works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Munch and Picasso to Stockholm's Historiska Museet with its Viking boat, Iron Age skates and the extraordinary subterranean Gold Room packed with plundered treasures. The rich and warlike history of the Swedish people can be seen across the landscape from impressive medieval walls to rune stones. Modern Sweden is also home to a dynamic and vibrant music scene and for any lovers of Scandi Noir, a trip to the Öresundsbron linking Sweden and Denmark is a must.
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