To get to Jämtland

This is how to get to to Jämtland and my beautiful part of Sweden. With only 20 kilometers to Norway, this is a right in the heart of Scandinavia.

By Train. 
Make your travel a slow experience by taking the train. Good for the climate, you get to see and experience more of the landscape. Travel through the Swedish landscape or the through Norway and spectacular mountains.  The easiest way to get here is by train, there are both night and dayily trains from the major cities in Sweden. Most of the tours are adapted to when the morning train arrives. Snälltåget, SJ, Norrtåg and VY will take you here. The nearest train stations are Storlien or Enafors. Let me know which train you’re coming on and I’ll meet you. Book your ticket online, pack your bags and go.

By plane.
Our nearest airport is only 1 hour away, about 80 kilometers, Værnes International Airport. Readily available and multipel direct flights from London and Amsterdam every day make your travel fast and effictive. Good connections from multiple European cities during summer as well.

If you want to fly domestically, Östersund/Åre airport is 170 kilometers away. Let me know which train you’re coming on and I’ll meet you.

By car. Jämtlandsfjällen is easy to reach by car. E14 leads you straight here. There are chargers for electric cars along the way. Exact positions can be found here.

Want to do more on your vacation?

Add a couple of extra days and get to see more of the area. Want to see more than just the mountains? Here are my tips.

Extend your train holiday. Make your trip here an experience! The Inlandsbanan is an adventure train that takes you through large parts of Sweden’s interior, I myself grew up on this type of train and think it’s a fantastic way to travel. Join a booked package tour or create your own. With a detour to Jämtlandsfjällen and my beautiful garden, you get to see the best of Norrland. You can also go on The Vildmarkståget (The wildernesstrain) where you get to ride with a steam locomotive and in the old, and by that I mean the really old, museum cars, of which there are not many left. Make the trip here an experience!

Trondheim. Our nearest city offers many different activities. Visit Nidaros Cathedral, walk along the old wooden houses on Bakklandet, explore one of the cultural galleries and visit one of the restaurants in Norway’s culinary capital. Read more about everything you can do in Trondheim here.

Åre. The small mountain village, which has become more like a city, offers a wide range of hotels, good restaurants and a bustling human life during high season. Read more at Destination Åre.

Östersund. Jämtland’s capital is 17 kilometers away. Go to the national museum Jamtli, a walk in Badhusparken is obvious, as is coffee at one of the county’s Hembygdsgårdar.
Read more about what is happening in Östersund here.

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