Travel to Gothenburg by Train
Gothenburg has a long and interesting history, starting with its founding in 1621 by King Gustav II Adolf. The city was an important commercial fishing hub for Sweden but also developed into something much more than that over time. Though the city has modernized over centuries of time to focus on other industries – such as Volvo cars- it's still a proud fishing heritage. Gothenburg is a prime example of why Scandinavia has been so successful economically. For example, it is among the top cities with a free business environment. If you've never been to Gothenburg, then now is the time for a whirlwind adventure. We recommend the most convenient way of all possible - Swedish trains - maximum comfort and minimum travel time.
Popular Train Routes to and from Gothenburg
Sweden has one of the most extensive rail networks in Scandinavia, making train travel efficient and easy. The high-speed trains running in Sweden are operated by the state and link not only major Swedish cities but also provide comfortable connections with neighboring countries. Below you can learn more about the trains and popular rail routes from and to Gothenburg such as Ostersund to Gothenburg, or Gothenburg to Are.
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