Sweden

The irresistible appeal of the North

Often cited as the reason for its quality of life, Sweden loves and respects nature. It is both a cycling country and haven. This will become apparent as soon as you set out on the Kattegattleden – voted European Cycle Route of the Year in 2018. This bike path winds through Sweden’s charming west coast from Halmstad to Göteborg, the country’s second-largest city, known for its cuisine and dubbed the Fish Temple. You will then ride eastward along the immense Lake Vättern through the small fishing villages between Jönköping and Motala, making sure to take time for fika, the traditional Swedish coffee break. Your trip will culminate in the cultural hub of Stockholm, featuring, among other things, the colourful Old Town of Gamla stan, the royal palace, and the Nobel, Vasa and ABBA museums. And don’t forget that August is the month to enjoy crawfish. In short, there is so much to see and do in Sweden that even the sun stays up late!
 

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August 8 to 21, 2020

August 8 to 21, 2020
> Price (taxes included) : $4,795
Formula: Vélo Québec Voyages
Trip length: 13 days / 12 nights
Level of difficulty: 3+/4

General Conditions

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Delayed departure or return, single occupancy, travel insurance, bike rental (for several destinations) and much more: ask our consultants!

From day to day




Short route : 579 km •  Long route : 715 km

Day 1: Arrival in Copenhague and transfer to the hotel in Halmstad (2 hrs).
Day 2: Free day or looped route via Brogår, Åled, Simlångsdalen, Tönnersjö (61 km).
Day 3: Halmstad, Villsbårad, Haverdalsstrand, Glassvik, Falkenberg, Björkäng, Varberg(85 km).
Day 4: Varberg, Tångaberg, Frillesås, Gällinge, Fjärås Kyrkby, Tölö, Billdal, Göteborg (90 km).
Day 5:  Free day or looped route via, Säve, Kärna, Kungälv, Hisings Kärra, Aröd (68 km).
Day 6: Goteborg, Landvetter, Hindås, Bollebygd, Sandared, Borås (68 km).
Day 7: Borås, Gånghester, Dannike, Hulu, Vegby, Gällstad, Taberg, Jönköping (96 km).
Day 8: Jönköping, Huskvarna, Fagerslätt, Bunn, Orserum, Gränna (70 km).
Day 9: Gränna, Ödeshog, Väderstad, Vadstena, Motala (82 km).
Day 10: Free day or looped route via Vinnerstad, Långskogen, Normlösa, Skänninge, Fågelsta, Sjökumla (77 km).
Day 11: Motala, Österstad, Borensberg, Malförs, Vånga, Skärbblacka, Norrköping (88 km).
Day 12: Transfer from Norrköping to Stockholm (1.75 hrs). Free rest of the day.
Day 13: Transfer to airport and flight back to Montréal.

Elevation Profile

The package includes:

  • round-trip air transportation for passenger and baggage with Icelandair (air transportation of the bike not included);
  • transfer between airport and hotel;
  • 12 nights in three- or four-star hotels (double occupancy);
  • 12 breakfasts and 3 evening meals;
  • ferry transfers;
  • baggage transportation (one bag per person, 20-kg maximum);
  • mechanical assistance and access to a relief vehicle;
  • daily route plans;
  • taxes;
  • protection from the Compensation Fund for Customers of Travel Agents (CFCTA). No charge since January 1st, 2019.
Equipment (e.g., bicycle) is not included.

Start/Finish:
Montréal-Trudeau/Copenhagen (connection in Keflavik)
Stockholm/Montréal-Trudeau (connection in Keflavik).

From 12 to 22 cyclists, accompanied by our guide.

Price of land portion of trip (taxes included): $3695
Package excluding air transportation for passenger and bicycle.



Vélo Québec Voyages est une agence de voyages accréditée, fondée en 1995. Elle propose 70 destinations à vélo au Québec et à travers le monde, et fait voyager quelque 6000 vacanciers chaque année.