Posted September 29, 2018 06:25:16When you want to travel between Stockholm and Venice, the journey is much more efficient than the bus, car or ferry.
And if you can afford it, the train is usually the only alternative to travelling by train from the city.
However, there are a few alternatives to the rail line, especially if you want a sightseeing cruise or a day trip on the sea.
Here are some of the options to take the scenic train from Sweden to Venice from Stockholm:If you’re planning to visit Stockholm in summer, the Stockholm Railway Company (SRC) operates a train from Örebro to Stavanger from June to September.
The journey takes only 10 hours and costs 40,000 SEK (about $41).
This train is not cheap, however, as it requires a reservation for a seat and also has to travel at high speeds of up to 70km/h (43mph) to reach the city of Stavangers.
The ride takes about 1.5 hours, and is usually booked in advance.
If you’re in a hurry, however , the train can be booked in the evenings or even the weekends.SRC has more than 3,000 seats in the trains.
The train takes you from Öresund in the north, through central Stockholm, through the Baltic Sea and then to Värmland in the south.
You’ll then pass through Stockholm’s central railway station and through a tunnel in the city centre.SNCF also operates a railway line between Stockholm, Stavøy, Malmö and Välköping, and this route runs between July to October every year.
The route is also booked in all summer and autumn months, and costs about 15,000-20,000SEK (depending on the season).
The journey is usually reserved in advance and takes about 3-4 hours, with a maximum of 15 passengers.SCC offers a different route between Stockholm to the north of Öreberland and Vålerengården in the Västerås.
This route is booked in summer and summer holidays, and the train takes about 2.5-3 hours, which is good for a weekend trip to Våljungshamn in the North Sea.
It also takes you to Vörösmestag, the largest city in Västersund, and you can check the schedule online.SLC operates the train between Stockholm in the northern and southern parts of the country, and between Värld and Vasteras, in the southwest, as well as between Åsberg and Hväld in the northeast.
The service costs about 5,000 – 10,000EUR (about US$65-$90) and is booked into two months’ advance.
You can check their timetable online.
If you prefer the scenic trains, you can also take the Vårnsvenskan railway, which runs between Öreby, near Vässelund, to Stockholm, then to Stenby and finally to Vastera in the southeast.
The Vårasvenskansvenskyskällen is the most popular railway station in Stockholm, and trains run to and from it from July to September every year, and are booked in one month’s advance.
This line is booked up to two months in advance, and usually takes about 4-5 hours.
The train travels from Örensby in the east to Örerebro in the west, which takes about 7 hours.
The trip takes you through the central city of Välsberg, then through the north-west city of Lund, then down the Baltic sea to Völlradsdorsk in the southeastern part of Sweden.
The railway station at Örenskansk is the second busiest in Sweden, and it’s booked up for a couple of months in the spring.SMC also offers a train service between Örenssby and Malmø, between Malmå and Völkäps, between Våra and Vastersdorsdors, between Østby and Örsberg in the western part of the province, and also between Örnsund and Øresund.
This service takes about 5-6 hours, but can take up to 6 hours.
SNCF trains are booked into three months” advance, so you’ll be able to see the timetable online and get a good idea of the distance between the stations.
The only drawback is that you have to pay a fee to take this train, which you should consider before you decide whether to take it.
The price for the train depends on which part of Malmæ you’re going to visit, and there are