Sweden Motorhome Rental

UK and Europe Travel - Travel throughout Sweden and Europe using Motorhome Rental. We help independent travellers decide on the best way to see Sweden offering caring service and terrific value deals. Sweden Camper Hire depots include Helsingborg & Stockholm.

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Hyrhusbil.net - Rent a motorhome from us for your dream holiday in Scandinavia. We are located just outside the beautiful capital of Sweden, Stockholm.

We only rent high quality motorhomes and have the best prices. Make sure to book your motorhome well in advance for the next season. The rentals are from Saturday through Saturday and Sunday through Sunday. It is possible to book more than one week of course

Tumbo Husvagnar AB - Camper Rental in Sweden with depot in Kvicksund . Welcome to Tumbo Husvagnar, well established in the Caravan business since 1965, with a central location in Tumbo, Kvicksund, in the middle of Sweden, between Eskilstuna and Västerås. We are selling new Motorcaravans from Dethleffs, new Caravans from Dethleffs and Hobby and we always have a used alternative for you.
 
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Sweden Country & Tourist Information - The Swedish official website for travel and tourism information. Guide to accomodation, hotels and all you need for planning your vacation in Sweden.

Explore the Sweden landscape with a Campervan, Motorhome, RV or Camper from one of the above Sweden Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Sweden Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Facts About Sweden
Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden (Swedish: Konungariket Sverige (help·info)), is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. Its capital city is Stockholm. It is surrounded by Norway (west), Finland (northeast), the Skagerrak, Kattegat and Oresund straits (southwest) and the Baltic Sea (east). It has maritime borders with Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, and it is also linked to Denmark (southwest) by the Öresund Bridge. It has been a member of the European Union since 1995.

Situated in Northern Europe, Sweden lies west of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia, providing a long coastline. To the west is the Scandinavian mountain chain (Skanderna), a range that separates Sweden from Norway.

Sweden has three main regions. Norrland, covering about three-fifths of the country, is mountainous and has vast forests and large ore deposits. Svealand has undulating glacial ridges and contains most of the country's 90,000 lakes. Götaland comprises the stony Småland highlands and the rich Skåne plains. About 15% of Sweden lies north of the Arctic Circle. Southern Sweden is predominantly agricultural, with increasing forest coverage northward. The highest population density is in the Öresund region in southern Sweden, and in the valley of lake Mälaren in central Sweden. Gotland and Öland are Sweden's largest islands; Vänern and Vättern are Sweden's largest lakes.

Climate
Sweden enjoys a mostly temperate climate despite its northern latitude, mainly because of the Gulf Stream. In the south of Sweden, leaf-bearing trees are prolific, further north pines, spruces and in the very north hardy birches dominate the landscape. In the mountains of northern Sweden a sub-Arctic climate predominates. North of the Arctic Circle, the sun never sets for part of each summer, and in the winter, night is similarly unending.

Sweden Most Popular Tourist Attractions

Stockholm
Stockholm dishonesty on a number of islands and peninsulas at the outflow of Lake Mälar into the Baltic, which at this time forms a deep inlet. The charm of its setting lies in the intermingling of land and water - the skerries fringing the coast, the crags rearing up from the sea, the complicated pattern of waterways encompassing the city.

Gothenburg
The chief town of the County of Goteborg and Bohus, it has a university and a college of knowledge and is the see of a Lutheran bishop. Cultural life in Goteborg is established from end to end the art museum, annual film festival, amusement park Liseberg and free theatres.

Helsingborg
The Swedish town of Helsingborg, intentionally located at the narrowest part of theOresund opposed the Danish town of Helsingor (Elsinore), was for centuries hotly doubtful between Denmark and Sweden. There are plans to build a bridge over the Oresund.

Falun
The old taking out town of Falun, now the managerial center of Kopparberg County, lies on both banks of the river Falun between the Varpasjo and the Runnsjo. Falun is still a significant industrial town, and also attract many winter sports enthusiasts.

Kalmar
Kalmar, chief town of the county of Kalmar in southeastern Sweden, lies on the Kalmarsund, which separate the island of Oland from the mainland. Thanks to this good place, there was already a trading post here in Viking times. The town's modern industries include engineering and motor vehicles

Lund
Lund, 20km/12.5mi northeast of Malmo in the province of Skane, is consideration to have been found in 990 by the Danish king Swein Forkbeard as the secular and religious center of the eastern part of his kingdom. Lund has an active nightlife, though much is geared to the abundance of students.

Karlstad
Boating in the archipelago or canoeing on Klaralven is well-liked behavior along with fishing and watersports. In 1905 discussions took place here on the closure of the union between Sweden and Norway. Karlstad is now a considerable industrial town.

Malmo
Malmo lies on the west shore of Skane, opposite the Danish capital of Copenhagen across the Oresund. A major port and Sweden's third biggest city, it is an important economic and cultural center. The town's first defenses were built during the reign of the Danish king Eric of Pomerania, who also decided Malmo its coat of arms in 1473.

Visby
The island's capital, Visby (pop. 20,000), the "city of roses and ruins" on the northwest shore of Gotland, is the seat of the governor of Gotland county and the see of a bishop. Within its enclosed walls it has sealed much of its medieval environment and received the name of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tree Hotel
They are all suspended (safely and securely) from living pine trees affording, dare we say it, a bird's eye view of the forest valley and nearby Lule River. Some modern luxuries are sacrificed for the sake of the environment here, but perched above the trees in your Scandi-design 'nest' we don't think you'll notice. Nearby, and depending on season, you can avail of dog sledding, fishing, kayaking and Northern Lights spotting.

Linkoping
The people of Linkoping in southern Sweden will find out in 2013 when the world's first Plantagon Greenhouse, a 54-metre high, south-facing, triangular shaped greenhouse goes up in the centre of their town.
 




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