Snälltåget night train

Veolia night train at platform

During winter sports season the Snälltåget night train from Malmö to Åre is a great way to travel over 1200km through the Swedish countryside. You can relax in the comfort of your cabin as you travel north and when you awake the next morning you will be in Åre ready to hit the slopes at the popular Åre ski resort. This train has a restaurant serving hot and cold food and drinks. A sleeping bag, blanket and pillow are also provided - so you don’t have to worry about a thing - just relax and enjoy the journey.

Snälltåget night train routes


The train departs from Malmö via Stockholm on Wednesdays and Saturdays and the return journey departs on Thursdays and Sundays from Åre. The timetable can vary as they are scheduled according to the ski season and are scheduled for days when visitors arrive at or leave the ski resorts in Åre and Storlien: for the most up-to-date timetable information check the Snälltåget website.


In the past Veolia (owner of Snälltåget) ran the Lapplandståget, a night train from Malmö and Göteborg via Stockholm to Narvik in Norway. This service no longer operates. The Swedish national railway company SJ still runs a night train on the route to Lapland.

Map with Veolia night train route
Snälltåget night train in Sweden
  • Malmö - Storlien
  • Åre - Malmö



The sleeping couchettes are in 6-bed compartments and an advance reservation is mandatory. You can make reservations at train stations in Sweden, or through Snälltåget. The route from Malmö to Stockholm has a restaurant car and offers free WiFi and power outlets. 

How to make a reservation

  • At a train station in Sweden.

  • Phone: Veolia / Snälltåget customer service: +46 771-26 00 00.

Snälltåget Trains

Reservation : Mandatory

  • Seats (2nd class): €2

  • Seats (1st class): €15

  • 6-bed Couchette: €19

Facilities and services

  • Disabled facilities

  • Power sockets

  • Restaurant/bistro

  • WiFi internet

Facilities may differ per train and route.

Operated by:
Snälltåget Snälltåget
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