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I really hope you enjoy this trip of over 1,600 km from Stockholm in Sweden up to Narvik in Norway. A true bucket-list journey, this is nowhere near as expensive as you’d think, and the only barriers you have in taking this trip are managing to brave the cold.
My tip: for snow, head there in April like I did. It’s a little above freezing and the thaw is beginning, but it’s still truly Arctic – watch the people on quad bikes and snowmobiles in my video! In summer, the snow mostly disappears, leaving behind a rich green landscape. It’s still a wonderful, beautiful place, but I rather prefer the snow myself! Don’t go in midwinter if you can help it – there’s not much daylight at that latitude!
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13:29 is that a mountain with a giant human head ?
Looks like the same carriages I travelled on 10 years ago when I travelled from Stockholm to Bastutrask.
Great video, well done
Would have loved to see that tripe in summer time with the trees in bloom 🙂 still beautiful landscape could be seen and snow IS beautiful 🙂
Man train stations in EU looks so nice, almost like airports.
This is much cheaper and comfortable than sleeper trains in Canada. Montreal to Halifax train which is about 20 hours costs over 500 Canadian dollars.
GREAT video…..very informative..
Wonderful. I travelled by this line to Narvik in 1980.
Not so spacious cabin
That was really nice, Paul. Thank you
Great video and so inexpensive. Really enjoying the channel, found it by chance but a big fan now.
That was wonderful✨😍, but foods pretty expensive
Anything to do in Narvik? Was the £68 a return ticket? Is there an airport? Seaport?
Decor 70s ?
Nice video,great scenery
Great video, but why does the locomotive have to change ends. I double checked the route on google maps, or does it just need to reverse before heading back to Stockholm.
Norway is not an EU member. The no Border is due to Norden …that consist of Scandinavia and Finland. All these states have transparent border.
look like cleaner and better than Russian trains.
Crossing the border between Norway, Sweden and Denmark has nothing gto do With the Schengen agreement. I am 64 years and I have travelled to Sweden And Denmark my whole
Life without Passport.
18 hours in a train in the Netherlands in second class would cost 400 euro.
Black fingers on the bedboard are not inviting………………………..
They can build a electrified train line to the arctic circle and Canada can't even build an electrified train line from any of its major cities.
$78 for this trip? certainly affordable when a simple seat on Amtrak here in the US is $250 or more. Not only that, trains should learn from airlines and put seats that airlines use for business class in economy class on trains and those rooms to be like those very expensive hotel room business class for the trains especially the one that has the shower with it and the train can carry more water for the the bathrooms.
I went on trains manymanymananayMANY MANY TIME
What a wonderful trip. Would love to do this one day. The price you quoted for this seems such good value.
Was there wi-fi on the train? Thx for great video. Enjoyed it.