Göta canal Boasting 58 impressive locks and 21 guest marinas, the 190 kilometre long Göta canal is one of the largest construction projects in Swedish history, attracting over 3 million visitors every year. Read more
Along lake Vättern On the eastern shore of lake Vättern You can visit historic locations that are so well preserved that it’s almost like travelling back a hundred years, to the era when the whole of Sweden was ruled from here. Read more
Linköping Linköping is the main town in the province of Östergötland and a vibrant city with great shopping and a buzzing nightlife. Read more
Norrköping Norrköping is famous for many things, including football and yellow trams, but the city’s most unique feature is probably the Industrial Landscape. Read more
The archipelago of Östergötland Imagine a deep blue sea that awakens a longing for freedom, fresh breezes and adventure. In this beautiful archipelago it’s easy to find your favourite islands, whether you prefer peace and relaxation or exciting adventures. Read more
Kinda canal Welcome to the picturesque Kinda canal, an 80 kilometre long green oasis packed with nature experiences on land and water all year round. Read more
Southern Östergötland Southern Östergötland is a paradise for nature lovers, offering unmissable natural surroundings and phenomena. The area boasts peaceful winding roads with very little traffic and enchanting views around every corner, popular with motorbikers. Read more
Northern Östergötland The area in and around Finspång in the northern part of Östergötland has a rich legacy of rural industrial history, beautiful forested areas, and lakes ideal for paddling. Read more

Welcome to Östergötland

In south-east Sweden, less than 200 kilometres south of Stockholm, a pleasant surprise awaits you – the beautiful countryside of Östergötland. Our province is packed with opportunities for a wonderful and active holiday: stay in fantastic nature, enjoy the silence and collect unforgettable holiday memories to take home. Paddle a kayak in an unspoilt archipelago, hike along marked trails or cycle along winding roads with a map and picnic in the rucksack. 

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