Summer is over now, but it’s just another excuse to light up the gloomy days with an expedition. As a newbie, it is common to travel a bit – to visit family and friends back home AND we also have family and friends come to visit us. Yay! But even though the actual visits are nice, it can be totally stressful to organize it all. That’s why we created a short guide on how to plan a trip in, from or to Sweden. Have a look at some of the essential travel websites for Newbies.
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Sweden has all sorts of places to discover – starting with rocky cliffs at the south, through mountain trekking at the north and beautiful cities all over the country to end up with. It’s also well-connected with other countries and offers direct flights to many places all over the world.
Top Travel Websites for Newbies in Sweden
We all know that Sweden is not the cheapest country to live in. But budget traveling here is possible, especially when you know some tips and tricks.
For example, at Momondo you may not only search the flights but also compare the prices at different days and see when traveling costs less. You may also book a hotel there, rent a car or just simply look for inspiration – Momondo offers great guides for weekend trips, family holidays and city breaks.
Traveling with friends or looking for a conference place for your company? Try Resfeber, which offers group-and business-travels. Booking a big trip via Resfeber will save you a lot of time, as they offer individual support not only before, but also during the travel. Their website is in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian so if you have missed your SFI-classes, make sure to use Google translate:-).
Looking for a holiday house to rent? Either for your visitors or for your vacation abroad? Interhome can help you with that. You find and book vacation homes online. It’s also a great source of holiday tips and top destinations. Their webpage is also in Swedish so amp up your translation tool of choice.
A travel newbie to check out is Flixbus – it is a new and cost efficient bus company that takes you all over Europe. They say their tickets start at 39 SEK, luggage is included and you can change your ticket up to 15 minutes before the trip starts. Worth checking out in other words:-)
If you don’t like to travel by buss, there is always the road trip option, with music, friends and stops along the way. One car rental site to check out is Rentalcars, which offers free cancelations on most bookings and price guarantee. They’ll connect you with the biggest brands in car hire, like Hertz or Avis.
Do you know any other websites that make your traveling easier? Share your tips in the comments!