Explore the northern European country of Sweden, the largest state in Scandinavia and the third largest country in Europe based on size. The country offers large area of wooded forests, scenic lakes and beautiful cities. Use a car hire in Sweden to explore all that this country has to offer, with the online comparison portal HAPPYCAR, you find the ideal car quickly that fits your specific vacation needs.
Sweden is home to some epic natural scenery so a trip with your car hire Sweden to one of these is highly recommended.
Lapland Province is located in the north of Sweden this area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the province has within it four different national parks.
The Serek National Park is around 31 miles in diameter. The park Is home to six mountains taller than 2,000 meters and has some trails for experienced hikers to offer such as the King's Trail and the Padjelanta Trail.
Muddas National Park has a primeval forest and deep ravines.
Stora sjöfallet national park measures around 493 square miles, making it the third largest in Sweden. Its highest peak is 2,015 meters and is home to a variety of wildlife such as reindeer, moose and arctic foxes.
Padjelanta national park is 766 square miles and is the largest national park in Sweden. The Padjelanta Trail is 70 kilometers long with buildings for accommodation en route. Within the park are two lakes, Vastenjavree and Virihavree.
Lowland trails allow you to drive your car hire Sweden to the outskirts of the city Stockholm to experience the lowland trail of Roslagsleden. The trail is 130 kilometers long and takes hikers through lakes and beaches as well as man made sites such as Viking burial sites and churches.
Stockholm is the nation's capital with a population of two million inhabitants, making it the largest city in Sweden. The city has been the political and economic capital of Sweden since the 13th century. The old center of the city is called Gamla Stan, where here you find many churches and other sights of interest such as the Stockholm Sathedral and the Nobel Nuseum, known as the place where the Nobel Prize is handed out. The city is home to the residence of the Swedish royal family, the Royal Palace one of the biggest in Europe, and the Armoury Museum is located within.
Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city, located on an area that has been inhabited for over 7,000 years, becoming a city in 1621 and being a useful port ,the city soon grew into a modern city. Within the city is a small fort called Skansen Kronen, built in the 17th century. The impressive Oscar Frederick Church can be found within the city, built in 1890.
Malmo is Sweden’s third largest city with a population of over 300,000. The city is connected to the Danish capital Copenhagen by an eight mile long bridge. Within the city one will see the Malmöhus Castle, built in the 1400's, which is now a museum. The city is home to the tallest building in Scandinavia, the Turning Torso which towers 190 meter high.
Other highlights are driving across the rest of Scandinavia to explore Finland and Norway. Taking a hire car Sweden makes it easy to reach Sweden’s best cities so why not make a road trip out of it. Whether you want to explore Sweden’s natural beauty, visiting its stunning natural parks and islands or you want to see the country’s cities, using a car hire Sweden gives you the opportunity to do what you want, when you want. Finding the best type of vehicle for your trip is easy, we will search for the cheapest and the most practical based on your needs and desires.