Getting to Kattegattleden
Use Reseplaneraren to help you get to Kattegattleden. It will help you find trains, ferries, airport buses, regional buses and city buses.
You can take your bike with you on the Öresundstågen and Pågatågen trains, space permitting. This means you can cycle Kattegattleden in daily stretches. Get to one of the railway stations along the route, cycle one stop on Kattegattleden and take the train back to where you started. If you have a car, there is parking next to the railway stations.
Drive to…and long-term parking…
HELSINGBORG. Getting to Helsingborg by car is easy. The city is near the major highways E4, E6 and E20. Kattegattleden begins at Knutpunkten, the central station, where you will also find parking. Parking at Knutpunkten and parking in Helsingborg or contact the Tourist Information in Helsingborg.
GOTHENBURG. European highways E6, E20 and E45 go through Gothenburg. Long-term parking is available by the Nils Ericson bus terminal, which is located north of Gothenburg Central Station, where Kattegattleden begins. You can also park for a long period at the car parks P-hus Nordstan or Focus P-hus Gårda, or see the parking map for the City of Gothenburg. Contact Gothenburg Tourist Information if you need help finding parking.
HELSINGBORG/ÄNGELHOLM. Airport with direct flights to/from Stockholm is located about 30 minutes by car from Helsingborg. You can get from the airport to Knutpunkten, where Kattegattleden begins, via airport bus, taxi or bicycle.
HALMSTAD. Airport with direct flights to/from Stockholm. From here, you can conveniently ride a bicycle to Kattegattleden a few kilometres away.
GOTHENBURG. Landvetter (GOT) is about 20 km southeast of downtown and is served by both domestic and international flights. Airport buses go to the Nils Ericson Terminal by Gothenburg Central Station, where Kattegattleden begins.
HELSINGBORG. Ferries to Helsingborg depart from Helsingör in Denmark. Kattegattleden begins at Knutpunkten, Helsingborg’s central station; ferries put in here as well.
VARBERG. There is a ferry to Varberg from Grenå in Denmark. Kattegattleden passes by the ferry terminal in the harbour.
GOTHENBURG. From Kiel in Germany and Frederikshavn in Denmark via Stena Line. Kattegattleden passes both the Majnabbehamnen (Kiel) and Masthuggskajen (Frederikshavn) ferry terminals.
KATTEGATTLEDEN. The Öresund trains, which travel from Helsingör in Denmark via Malmö to Gothenburg, run along the entire Kattegattleden path. Kattegattleden begins by the train stations in Helsingborg and Gothenburg. If you do not want to bike the entire path, you can hop off in Ängelholm, Båstad, Falkenberg, Varberg or Kungsbacka, where the path passes stations.
HELSINGBORG/GOTHENBURG. You can take a bus from most major cities in Sweden, and Oslo in Norway, to Helsingborg and/or Gothenburg, where the path starts and ends by the train stations. Swebus and Nettbuss are two express bus companies that drive here.
KATTEGATTLEDEN. For the true cycling enthusiast, there is only one option – cycling.
Welcome to Kattegattleden!