If you are travelling in a group, we offer thematic coach trips where we provide you will a skilled guide, comfortable buses and a pre-arranged program taking you from city to city, while stopping at some of the country’s best museums, castles, churches and sights. Our chosen hotels are of excellent quality. Some of the themes on offer are cultural roundtrips, cities and sights, nature and countryside, and religion, where you visit some of the most famous churches and convents, and follow in the footprints of St Birgitta of Sweden.
MidScan Travel offers hiking tours for groups of outstading quality. We provide you with a skilled hiking guide and you can choose from different types of hiking, depending on what type of tour you are looking for, and the level of experience of the participants. Hike in the forests of Värmland, follow the coastline of Sweden’s east or west coast, or go on a more demanding hiking round trip in the hills in the mountains. All your luggage will be delivered to you at each stop you make, and all necessary tickets and vouchers are included.
MidScan Travel offers cycle round trips for groups of up to 24 persons. All necessary arrangement are taken care of, including rental bikes if necessary, hotel stays, and accompanying guides who tell you about the sights and places you see along the way. The luggage will be delivered to you each day as you stop for the night in a new town or in the countryside. These round trips are available in most types of terrain, including the sunny west coast where you pass small fisherman’s villages, Småland and Värmland, where you cycle through green forests, and Säfsen, where you mountainbike your way through the terrain.
Travelling by train or boat is a nice way of seeing a new country when you are travelling in a group. All necessary arrangements are made by us at MidScan Travel, including train and boat tickets, hotel stays and entrance vouchers to sights and museums. We also provide you with a skilled guide, who tells you about the things you see along the way. A tour on the classic Inlandsbanan, an old train route that runs through the middle of Sweden, could be combined with stays in the bigger cities. Göta Kanal, a canal that was constructed in the beginning of the 1900th century, provides a route between Gothenburg and Kristinehamn, where you pass through cluses as a passanger on board old steam boats.