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The Local's ultimate guide to exploring Sweden by train

Taking the train is a sustainable and beautiful way to see Sweden. Photo: Melker Dahlstrand/imagebank.sweden.se

Published: 29.May.2018 15:29 hrs

Travelling by train is an excellent way to explore Sweden from top to toe, taking in varying landscapes at a relaxed pace. Figuring out the journey itself is not always so relaxing though, so The Local has put together some tips on how to plan your Sweden rail adventure and where you should go.

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