Discover the Göta Canal by bike & boat!
Passenger boat M / S Kung Sverker takes you across Lake Boren at the same time as you are served lunch on board. The journey takes you slowly to Borensberg and from here you cycle on towards the Göta Canal's biggest attraction. You get a nice mini vacation with peace and quiet that recharges your batteries.
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Below is an itinerary for this package:
Motala - Borensberg - Ljungsbro (boat trip 2 hours, bike ride 20 km)The canal boat M / S Kung Sverker departs at 10.30. from Motal harbor. Relax on the deck and enjoy the lunch served on board. At 12.30 the boat arrives at Borensberg. The bike that you should have during your trip you pick up in Borensberg where M / S Kung Sverker do next. The journey takes place on the old towpath along the Göta Canal, which is completely car-free. Here you follow the canal bank all the way to Lake Roxen and Berg's locks. Bergs slussar is one of the Göta Canal's main tourist gems. A spectacle in itself, take your time to just sit and enjoy. The lock staircase in Berg consists of 7 locks, a fantastic spectacle and a fantastic building. Overnight at Ljungsbro hostel and dinner is served at Berg's locks at Kanalkrogen Delimo. .
Ljungsbro - Motala (bike ride 20 km, boat ride 2 hours)Today it's time to turn back to Motala, which is today's final goal. Göta Canal always offers new experiences and discoveries. Locks, views of viaducts, wonderful environments and new visual impressions of this fantastic building replace each other. Back in Borensberg, you board the boat M / S Kung Sverker, which departs at 13.10. Lunch is enjoyed on board while the boat glides forward at 5 knots over Lake Boren and Göta Canal. During the tour, you get to experience locks in the canal's steepest lock stairs in Borenshult, exciting and breathtaking. Arrival to the capital of the Göta Canal Motala at 15.30. In order for it to be a pleasant end to your little adventure, we recommend a visit to the Göta canal exhibition called "From idea to reality". The exhibition is located in one of the two pavilions next to the canal in the area of Old Motala Workshop, between Borenshult's locks and Motala guest harbor in Lake Vättern. The exhibition shows how Baltzar von Platen took the 300-year-old idea of building a waterway across Sweden and realized it by building the Göta Canal. Here you get to meet the people who made it possible to build the canal and the technology they used. If you want an extra night in Motala, we are happy to help you with this.
1 pc Accommodation at Ljungsbro hostel incl. bed linen & towel (toilet in the room & shower in the corridor). Access to sauna, gym and pool at Ljungsbro leisure center located next to the hostel.
1 boat cruise Motala - Borensberg with M / S Kung Sverker
1 boat cruise Borensberg - Motala with M / S Kung Sverker
1 pcs Breakfast
2 Lunch on board M / S Kung Sverker
1 Dinner (excl. Drinks)
1 pc Bicycle 3-speed incl. helmet from 13 years
1 pc Bicycle map
1 trip description
Cancellation protection / pers. 200 SEK
Single room supplement 400 SEK
Deduction own bike - 200 SEK
Double Packing Bag (Holds approx. 15 l / pc. SEK 200)
Parking is available at Motala Gästhamn, subject to a fee.
Parking is available in the Akacian Parking House 550 meters from Motala Guest Harbor, for a fee.
The boat departs at 10.30. Should be at the boat no later than 30 minutes before departure.
If you have a long way to travel and want to avoid stress, feel free to book an extra night. Lively and rested, you board the passenger boat M / S Kung Sverker, ready to enjoy the day on the Göta Canal and Lake Boren. We are happy to help you book the extra night in Motala.
If you come by train from Gothenburg, it is usually a change in Hallsberg and further by Train in Bergslagen to Motala, time about 3-4,5 hours.
If you come by train from Stockholm, it is usually a change, varies between Linköping, Norrköping and Hallsberg, time about 3-3,5 hours. See www.sj.se
From Gothenburg about 27 miles, estimated travel time 3 hours. Take highway 40 to Jönköping, then E4 north. At Mjölby, take highway 50 on to Motala.
From Stockholm about 24 km, estimated travel time 3 hours. Take the E4 south via Norrköping to Linköping. From Linköping highway 34 to Motala.