A guide to visiting Sweden
One of the major differences between Sweden and other locations is the sense of space, especially in the north of the country. Sweden is twice the size of Britain, but its population is only around 9 million. The north of the country is home to sublime mountainsides and stunning, snowy landscapes, while the south has sunny beaches and the urban centres which are home to most of the population.
Why visit Sweden?
Sweden is a fun, yet relaxing place to visit no matter what time of year you go. In the summer, head to the urban centres to discover fun filled theme parks, museums and castles, while in the winter you can take advantage of the wild landscapes for outdoor activities.
From ancient castles to historic cities, Sweden’s cultural landscape will charm you. Whether you choose the great outdoors in a cabin by a lake, or a skiing holiday in the mountains, Sweden is a natural wonderland for all ages – and is surprisingly warm!
DFDS operate two routes to Sweden, for more information click here.
All DFDS Ferry Routes
DFDS has one of the largest ferry networks in Europe, with routes operating to Denmark, Norway, mainland Europe and even the Baltic regions, including major cities such as Amsterdam, Calais and Dunkirk. Travel with your car and open the gateway to Europe with DFDS.
View all of our available routes here.