Itineraries to Småland
Many roads lead to Småland! Find the best itinerary for you - whether by car, train, plane or ferry.
Småland in southern Sweden is so close! Fly directly to Småland for example from Amsterdam, Berlin or Frankfurt am Main. You can also get there by train - after all, the main line from Copenhagen to Stockholm passes through Småland. And for those arriving by car, you have the choice between the bridge over the Öresund and many ferry connections several times a day. Here we give you an overview of the various travel options to us.
Which flights are there to Småland?
You can fly directly to us! Direct flights from Germany to Småland are available to Växjö and Jönköping. You'll be with us in less than two hours.
FRANKFURT - JÖNKÖPING
BMI regional flies from Frankfurt am Main eleven times a week to Jönköping, to JönköpingAirport (JKG). Mondays to Fridays there are two daily flights: one in the morning and one in the early evening. On Sundays there is a flight in the evening.
DUSSELDORF - JÖNKÖPING
After Jönköping to JönköpingAirport (JKG) in northern Småland there is a charter flight from Düsseldorf in the summer, which can be booked at selected tour operators usually as part of a package holiday. From midsummer to the end of August, you can travel directly from Düsseldorf to Småland every Thursday in about two hours on Thursdays. Shuttle flights from all over Germany are linked to the charter flight. Bookable in the travel agency and at well-known Scandinavian tour operators (among others: Aldi Reisen, Berge & Meer, Fox Tours, Gebeco, Grimm touristik, Ketteler Ferienwerk, Lidl Travel, Mediplus Travel, Metro Travel, Neckermann Travel, SwedenPur, SE Tours, Tchibo Travel, Top North, Tour Direct, Troll Tours, Viking Travel, Zonista)
AMSTERDAM - VÄXJÖ
For travelers from West Germany, the daily direct flight connection with KLM from Amsterdam to Växjö is certainly interesting. In addition, transfer connections with KLM are possible from many German airports.
Via Copenhagen et al.
In addition to the direct flights to Småland, there are also connecting flights with flights via Copenhagen (CPH), Gothenburg (GOT), Stockholm (ARN) and Skavsta (NYO) south of Stockholm. Especially fast and comfortable is the onward journey to Småland from Copenhagen Airport by train (see below under "Train").
How do I travel by train to Småland?
The Swedish railway network connects to the continent via the Øresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden. The high-speed trains, which connect Copenhagen with Stockholm in five hours, cross Småland and offer numerous connections to regional trains at Älmhult, Alvesta and Nässjö stations. the so-called "Krösatågen" - in all directions. In addition, Öresundståg offers direct connections from Copenhagen to Växjö and on to Kalmar.
How do I get to Småland with my own vehicle?
There are many ways to get to Småland by car. Somewhere you have to cross the Baltic Sea, the Öresund or the Kattegat in any case. You can either do this by yourself using the fixed bridge connections or you can be transported by one of the numerous ferry companies. Below is a small overview of the current connections.
A completely ferry-free crossing to Sweden is possible if you drive over Jutland and the Danish islands Fyn (Funen) and Sjælland (Zealand) and continue via Copenhagen to Malmö. You cross the Storebelt and the Öresund on impressive structures. The Storebelt motorway bridge connects Fyn with Sjælland and consists of two 18-kilometer-long bridges. The Öresund Bridge connects Copenhagen with Malmö in Sweden and consists of a total of 16 kilometers of bridge-tunnel combination for rail and motorway. Both bridges cost tolls. With bicycles, the bridges (currently still) can not be used.
There are direct ferry connections between Germany and Sweden from the ferry ports of Kiel, Travemünde, Rostock and Sassnitz on Rügen. The arrival ferry terminals in Sweden are Gothenburg, Malmö and Trelleborg. Småland can be reached in about one to two hours from all three ferry ports. In addition come as a further alternative routes nor the routes via Denmark - u.a. the so-called Vogelfluglinie - as well as ferry connections from Poland. Here we briefly introduce the German-Swedish ferry connections from west to east.
Kiel - Gothenburg
The two big ferries of the shipping company Stena Line - Stena Scandinavica and Stena Germanica - drive overnight between Gothenburg and Kiel. Departure is at both ports in the early evening (6:45 pm) and arrivals the following morning (9:15 am).
Travemünde - Malmo
The shipping company Finnlines Travemünde connects with Malmö up to three times a day. The journey takes about nine hours.
Travemünde - Trelleborg
With the TT-Line shipping company you can both overnight and daytime from Travemünde to Trelleborg in Sweden translate. The journey takes about 9 hours.
Rostock - Trelleborg
On the busy east route from Rostock with the direct motorway connection from Berlin, two shipping companies are in traffic. Stena Line and TT-Line offer a total of six daily departures and overnight crossings from Rostock to Trelleborg. The journey takes between 6 and 7.5 hours.
Sassnitz - Trelleborg
The route from Sassnitz on the island of Rügen to Trelleborg is the fastest direct sea connection between Sweden and Germany. In just four hours and 15 minutes Stena Line brings its passengers across the Baltic Sea. Up to three daily departures are offered.
Under this name, the journey from the North German coast over the Danish islands was once marketed. Here one uses the short Scandlines ferry connections from Puttgarden on Fehmarn to Rödby or from Rostock to Gedser in Denmark and then continues on the Danish motorway. For the hopping over the Öresund to Sweden then the ferry between Helsingor and Helsingborg in question - or the Öresund Bridge (s.o.).