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Demander informations Don't hesitate to contact us by email or call us on +33 (0) 3 85 40 55 50 right now to book your next river cruise in Sweden.

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sleeping capacity: 4/6
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Sweden

Rent with alpha-croisiere.com your boating holidays to enjoy one of our river and canal boats on Swedish waterways. We offer the largest selection of barges on the market.
We can rent you either one way or return trips. Consult the list of all our river and canal boats available in Sweden to find the most suitable for you and contact us for more information.

Suède en bateau habitable

190 Km long, The Göta Canal crosses the south of Sweden from east to west, from the Baltic Sea to the North Sea. This Canal is known to be “the greatest wonder” of the country.

Not to be missed

You may not have thought about it, but in Sweden, in June the sun rises at 3 am and goes down at more than 10 pm. This will give you plenty of time for sightseeing and other activities. This is also the boating vacation.
This argument alone justifies that you book your next cruise in Sweden.

A few stops along the way

You will certainly pass by the famous Berg lock ladder.

Children will be able to visit the Ljungsbro Cloetta Chocolate Factory and the Ljung Toy Museum, while the older ones may prefer the Motala Motor Museum.

For a change of style, you can swim on the Sweden’s largest inland sandy beach in Motola.

For the castles, do not miss Karlsborg fortress with its treasure hunt and the port of Vadstena in the moats of its castle.

Brussels, Mons, Lille, etc.

 

Photos: FPP