Swedish Day trains

Swedish Day trains

23 Reviews

Swedish day trains, high speed link between Stockholm, Copenhagen, Göteborg, Malmö and Oslo.

  • Copenhagen - Stockholm: 05:03
  • Book early, save up to 30%
  • Book up to 90 days in advance
  • High Speed trains


Swedish Day trains


Swedish Day trains

Sweden is a beautiful country stretching right up to Lapland and the North Pole and there is no better way to see it than by train. The X2000 and X3000 are Sweden’s high-speed trains, travelling at a speed of up to 200km/h using state-of-the-art tilting technology to help them negotiate bends without slowing down. The X2000 and X3000 use the capital Stockholm as their hub to make their smooth silent journeys across the country day and night. The high speed trains also operate on the Stockholm to Copenhagen (Denmark) route.

Customer feedback Cross country travel
« Crossing Europe by train was the best idea. The most frustrating thing about air travel is all the security check points that add hours to the journey. We had a seamless trip from Copenhagen to Linkoping in Sweden. The train also brings you to the centre of the city which is far more convenient than flying. Highly recommended! »

Practical information

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Booking :
  • Swedish Day trains tickets are open for booking 90 days ahead.
  • Get the lowest prices by booking early and don’t wait until the last minute as cheaper seats sell the fastest.
  • Opt for off-peak trains when you have to travel short notice. They are more affordable than morning and evening trains along with those running on holiday eves, Friday and Sunday afternoon.
There are two classes on board the X2000 and X3000. Both of them propose a bistro car for refreshments and hot and cold meals. There is also a family car with a play area to keep the children happy. Take a look at the table below to help you make your decision. The high speed trains have comfortable seats, wifi access, in-seat sockets, and friendly helpful staff. There is also a family car with a play area to keep the children happy.

A class apart

Classes of service

Classes and facilities offered by Swedish day trains
First classSecond class
Bar buffet car Access to the bar buffet car where snacks and beverages can be bought.
WiFi Internet Enjoy the freedom to read your emails, surf and listen to online music thanks to the wireless internet on board certain TGVs.
Power sockets Ideal to plug your laptop, phone or any electronic device from your seat.
Comfortable seats Spacious seats with a headrest and generous legroom.
2-bed exclusive cabin Ideal for more intimacy and more space.
2, 3 or 6-bed cabin Wide range of choice to travel comfortably.
Concessions Free coffee and fruits are offered to passengers.
Newspapers and magazines Grab your free international/local newspaper or magazine and enjoy the ride.
Bathroom Freshen up or use the WC for more convenience.
Meal and drink A delicious meal and drinks are served at seat on board.

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Overnight from copenhagen to stockholm I have trouble on your website trying to book a train from Copenhagen to Stockholm. Please advice Thank you

Leong O. | 9 de xunetu de 2014 answered | 0 Comments
Is there first class seats on trains from oslo to copenhagen and also from copenhagen to stockholm how many trains operate between oslo and copenhagen also between copenhagen and stockholm.do the have first class seats available???

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Reviews & ratings

Overall rating (23)
  • Value for money
    Cross country travel |
    "Crossing Europe by train was the best idea. The most frustrating thing about air travel is all the security check points that add hours to the journey. We had a seamless trip from Copenhagen to Linkoping in Sweden. The train also brings you to the centre of the city which is far more convenient than flying. Highly recommended! "

  • Value for money
    Scandinavian train ride |
    "Recently travelled Stockholm to Copenhagen by train. Second class was really comfortable and we never felt Ike an upgrade would have justified the cost. Train was really smooth and seats were comfortable. Great to relax and take in the view without all the hassles associated with air flight, such getting to airport, early check in etc. Free WiFi would have been nice - especially as my children currently traveling on much cheaper have it. "

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    in process of a refund claim |
    "In process of refund claim, Unhappy with the support and service given by raileurope.com.au. There is no official pre-sales support inside the raileurope.com.au, only FAQ. "

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    Great trip |
    "Efficient, comfortable Appreciated coffee,yummy muffins in First Cass Problem with a high pitched noise and staff vey conscientious and quick about dealing with it ( happened each tie after we stopped) Great scenery "

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    Day trip to Stockholm |
    "Recently visited relatives in Sweden. Decided on a day trip to Stockholm from Gothenburg, return. Option to fly, drive or train. Chose train for convenience, arrival to central Stockholm, easy access to all that I wanted to see and do. No fuss with having to travel from airport to city... "

  • Value for money
    Oslo to Stockholm |
    "The service on the train was great. The ride was smooth and comfortable. We traveled first class. "

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    Comfortable Train Ride |
    "Train was on time departing Oslo and arriving Stockholm. The train was a bit older than we would have expected but was still comfortable and clean. Complimentary coffee/tea together with mandarins and mini cupcakes a pleasant customer service. Had to sit backwards and would definitely have preferred forward facing seats. Staff were accommodating. All in all, a comfortable/on time journey. "

  • Trip to Flam, Norway. |
    "Great trip, good, seats and food. "

  • Value for money
    Helpful staff and very comfort |
    "It is always reassuring to have booked seat numbers as everyone rushes for a train, which this leg of our journey had. The train was clean and comfortable even in coach class and the staff at the station very helpful. Going across the Oresund Bridge was disappointing as really couldn't see much. Whilst waiting for the train the platform certainly wouldn't be a place I would want to be in rain or winter as there is no cover. "

  • Value for money
    Copenhagen to Stockholm |
    "Good and comfortable. Unfortunately my husband left his AUSSIe Akubra HAT on the train....Did you find it??? Was not as fast as I expected but an easy way to travel. "

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