What are the most spectacular roads in Sweden?

Sweden, with its vast landscapes and pristine nature, offers roads that are more than just routes: they are gateways to tales of the ancient, the mystic, and the wild. As you embark on these journeys, the horizon seems to stretch infinitely, revealing a mosaic of lakes, forests, and historical landmarks that capture the heart of every traveler.

Imagine driving atop the Flatruet, Sweden's highest public road, where the world appears in varying shades of green and blue, and the air feels as ancient as the land itself. This mountain plateau, set at a lofty 964m, brings heaven closer to earth, offering a serene connection between the two.

A journey on the Oresund bridge is an engineering marvel and a testament to Scandinavian brilliance. As you transition from Denmark to Sweden on this colossal structure, you're not merely crossing a bridge; you're transitioning between tales, from Danish sagas to Swedish folklore.

And when winter sets its icy fingers across the land, certain routes transform into mesmerizing ice roads, challenging the bravest souls to venture across them. These frozen highways offer a once-in-a-lifetime experience, where the road beneath doesn't just lead you forward but also connects you to the very essence of Swedish winters.

From the dense forests of Småland to the vast expanses of Lapland, driving through Sweden is a sojourn of endless discoveries. So, grip your steering wheel, tune into the melodious whispers of the Nordic winds, and let the Swedish roads unveil stories that have been etched over millennia.

Flatruet is a mountain plateau at an elevation of 964m (3,162ft) above sea level, located in Jämtland County, Sweden. It’s said to be the highest public road in Sweden.

Øresundsbroen is a new link between Denmark and Sweden. This spectacular bridge connects the towns of Amager and Oresund in Denmark (on the island Zealand) with Skane, in Sweden. It has a length of 10 miles (16,4 km). It's one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Vildmarksvägen (Wilderness road), is one of the most spectacular drives of Sweden. Part of the road is closed during winter at times because of heavy snow, and it’s one of the highest roads of the country. Along the road you’ll find the wildest areas in Sweden (thus named the Wilderness Road).

Storsjön Lake, located in the picturesque region of Jämtland in Sweden, is not only a stunning natural wonder but also plays host to a unique and fascinating phenomenon—the creation of ice roads.

Located in the north part of the Bay of Bothnia, the ice road across the Luleå Archipelago is said to be the longest ice road of Sweden.

Located on the Haparanda's fantastic archipelago of Sweden, the road from Nikkala to Seskarö is one of the best coastal drives in the world.

Stjärnviksvägen, also called the Bockhammar road by the locals, is a 10 km (6,2 miles) long road between Skinnskatteberg and Stjärnvik in Västmanland County, Sweden.

Trummelsbergsvägen is actually a 10 km (6,2 miles) long extension of the Stjärnviksvägen road. It runs between Stjärnvik and the highway 66 nearby Bodarne, in Västmanland County, Sweden.