Swedish Day trains
The SJ High Speed Train : the perfect tilt in Sweden.
- Copenhagen - Stockholm: 05:03
- Book early, save up to 30%
- Book up to 90 days in advance
- High Speed trains
Swedish Day trains
The SJ is a tilting high speed train, traveling at speeds of up to 125 mph on all major routes. You can take it internationally from Copenhagen, Denmark, to the Swedish capital of Stockholm, from Copenhagen to Malmö or from Stockholm to Oslo, Norway : three fabulous examples of a more global experience. Of course, you can also enjoy it exclusively within Sweden traveling from Stockholm to Malmö, or for carefree trekking to Göteborg and Sundsvall, as well as other scenic spots in the hinterlands.
Seats are available in First and Second Class. All travelers will find access to power outlets, WiFi, and a bar car offering hot and cold dishes, sandwiches, beer, wine, coffee and cakes. There’s even an on-board gift shop offering chocolate, games, perfumes and more. With all these on-board comforts, you’d never imagine trains in Sweden are also made to let you indulge in the magnificent nature passing outside : pristine mountain views and alpine fields impossible to appreciate from airplanes or the burdens of the driver’s seat.
Like a lot of things here, Sweden’s high speed rail is made of many interconnected parts. It seems the only connection waiting to be made is you.
Receive your ticket directly to your address. Just take them with you and you are ready to travel. Shipping fees apply.
- 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.
A class apart
Classes of service
|Second class||First class|
|Generous legroom Watch rolling landscapes pass with room to stretch your legs.|
|Exclusive Lounge At the station, enjoy the atmosphere and services of the lounges at the central station in Stockholm and Gothenburg, perfect to relax or catch up on some work before your trip.|
|Breakfast Enjoy a delicious breakfast on trains departing before 9am.|
|Food and berverages Enjoy coffee, tea, water, and fruit.|
|Newspapers & magazines Flip through a complimentary international/local newspaper or magazine as you enjoy the journey.|
|Spacious seats Make yourself at home as you journey from one city to the next in a comfy leather seat with headrest.|
|Wi-Fi Stay connected with access to the internet. Check email, listen to music, or watch your favorite show with wireless internet on board.|
|On-board Bistro Purchase salads, sandwiches, snacks and more in the bistro.|
|Power sockets Keep your phone, laptop, or other devices charged while sitting in your seat.|
Common Questions, Simple Answers
Q. What language is spoken at the train station and on the train ?
A. Typically at the train station and on board the train the local language is spoken. Announcements at the station and on board the train will be made in the local language of the departure station.
Q. Is the price for a reservation the same whether I purchase it from you or locally at the station ?
A. It depends. The first factor to consider is that if you purchase your reservation from Rail Europe, you will be charged in your local currency, whereas if you buy your reservation locally, you will be charged in local currency. Thus, by buying with us, you’re avoiding bank or credit card fees for foreign currency transactions.
You may find a less expensive reservation offered by the local rail carrier, but those are limited in availability.
Lastly, keep in mind that by purchasing your reservation from us in advance, you’re saving time, avoiding waiting in line at a foreign ticket counter and dealing with a local railway agent for a reservation right before boarding your train.
Q. How do I create a travel agent login ?
A. Creating a new travel agent login is easy and can be done in two ways. First, you can visit Rail Europe’s travel agent website and complete the required fields under the "Travel Agent Registration" section. The other option is to ask the administrator for your agency to create a login for you.
In order to create a Travel Agent Login your agency must be registered with Rail Europe first.
Rail Europe requires verification that each agent is an active, valid employee for the agency under which they are registering. Only one login per travel agent is allowed to access the Rail Europe Travel Agent website. Any additional logins will be deleted from our system.
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Q. What is a Diabolo fee ?
A. The Diabolo fee is a supplement for utilizing the trains in and out of the Brussels Airport Station in Belgium. This nominal fee can be paid at the station or on board the train.
Q. Are there facilities on board for disabled travellers ?
A. Special amenities for disabled travellers are offered on trains and at many train stations, and are clearly indicated with pictograms (for telephones, toilets, elevators, etc.).
Special equipment is also available for use by disabled travellers but must be reserved locally in advance. You can do this while you’re in Europe by inquiring at the train station or through your hotel concierge.
Be sure to specify if you need personal assistance (whether with a wheelchair, boarding, etc.).
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Q. What should I do If I've already bought my rail pass, and now want to add another country ?
A. Once your rail pass has been printed, it is not possible to modify it. If you absolutely need to do it, you can pay a 15% penalty and a 7% processing fee to exchange it. Depending on how much you plan to travel in the additional country, it may be more cost effective to purchase regular train tickets for those trips.
The only exception is if you bought the Rail Protection Plan™ when you ordered your rail pass. In this case, you can exchange your original pass at full value and use it towards the new one, with no fee or penalty incurred. Read more about the Rail Protection Plan™ coverage and how to file a claim..
Q. My promo code is not working. What should I do ?
A. If for any reason you experience an issue with your promo code, please verify that all criteria are met for the code to be valid (dates, booking minimum, products, etc.). If all of this seems correct, make sure you’re using the correct code. If you received your code in an email, sometimes it’s best to copy and paste the code to avoid typographical errors.
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