Cycling in Sweden is a popular sport (as well as a mode of transport). The country has embraced cycling tourism and has around 50 long distance designated cycling routes.

For example Sweden is home to an impressive 2,500km of the Baltic Sea Cycle route.

On the country’s west coast you find the 390km Kattegattleden cycle route, which was the country’s first national cycle path and European Cycle Route of the Year in 2018.

On the east coast the 400km Mälardalsleden route takes cyclists around Lake Mälardalen and also connects to the Sverigeleden cycling trail.

Without doubt, cycling is a fantastic way to explore Sweden’s long coastline and national parks.

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We haven’t yet cycled in Sweden ourselves, but we would love to! If you’d like to share your experiences of cycling in Sweden, do get in touch, we’d love to hear from you!

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