By plane one enters Sweden mostly through Stockholm, Goteborg, Kiruna or Malmo. From mainland Europe one needs a ferry, for example from Helsingborg to Helsingor (short boattrip) or Kiel Goteborg (long). Some trains just drive onto the boat and you do not even have to get out of your traincabin. By car the last mentioned connection is good for the driver that gets a decent rest in his programm.
By car you are able to get anywhere in Sweden. Mayor towns are connected by a very good railsystem and the trains can be called excellent. Busses run frequently through the countryside and connect almost all inhabited areas. Hiking is the best way to explore the unspoiled nature, though biking around can also be an option. The last is however restricted to the asfalt or B-roads.
Favorite thing: Svarta was our basecamp in middle Sweden (Värmland). At the shores of 'our' beautiful lake we made friends and had our lovely evenings at the campfire. This country is amazingly warmhearted and welcomes everyone in a way you won't easily forget.
Fondest memory: Lisa Aspelöf