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Address

Svedjavägen 30
823 93 Segersta

Phone

0046 (0) 278 65 34 45

E-mail

info@kullerbacka.net

Coordinates

GPS:
61° 15′ 51.901″ N    16° 39′ 17.154″ E

Latitude and longitude:
61.264417, 16.654765

Arrival by road:

If you want to drive all the way to Sweden, you should first go to Flensburg. From there the route continues via Denmark to Kolding, Odense, Nyborg, Korsor, Køge, and Copenhagen. Then over Öresund toll bridge (car fee approx. 50 Euro) to Malmö. From Malmö take the E4 to Stockholm, and continue to Uppsala and Gävle toward Sundsvall. Before Söderhamn, near Tönnebro, take road 83 toward Bollnäs. Turn right toward Segersta 2 km after Kilafors. Then 200 metres after the bridge turn right towards Svedjavägen. 400 meters after the level crossing you will see our parking lot on the right.

Arrival by road or ferry:

As the crow flies: Puttgarden – Rödby (Rødbyhavn)
When migratory birds leave Scandinavia for the south in late summer, many of them make their way via the Kattegat to Denmark and Germany. This bird flight line gave its name to the most important traffic connection between the two countries: from Hamburg to Fehmarn island and from there by ferry across Fehrmarnbelt strait to the Danish island of Sjaelland. Once on the northern side of the strait, it is not far to Copenhagen and Öresund via Euroroute 47. Then over the Öresund bridge to Malmö. For further directions see “Arrival by road”.

Arrival by plane, train or bus:

From Stockholm–Arlanda airport
Take the SJ Snabbtåg X2000 Sundsvall train from Arlanda central station to Gävle central station. Then take the Ljusdal train No. 8252 to Bollnäs station. Here you take the Kilafors Haneborg bus No. 77 to “Segersta Skola”. Take the SJ Snabbtåg X2000 598 Östersund central station train from Arlanda central station to Bollnäs station. Here you take the Kilafors Haneborg bus No. 77 to “Segersta Skola”.