Sweden Supertouring Atlas. 1:400,000. Freytag & Berndt. Excellent spiral-bound road atlas. Includes tourist information, city maps, and an index with postal codes. Spiral-bound, 6¼ x 10".
Sweden Motorman's Atlas. Scales vary. Kartforlaget. The south of Sweden is mapped at 1:250,000, and the less populated north at 1:400,000. There are enlargements of the areas around Gothernburg, Stockholm and Malmo at 1:100,000; street plans are provided for these and also for 47 other towns and cities. Seven types of road are detailed, from motorways to small private roads. Car ferry routes, railways, canals and electricity lines are all marked. Symbols are used to show the locations of places of tourist interest, such as hiking trails, campsites, ski lifts, castles, etc.
Boundary information includes municipal, county and provincial borders as well as national park and international borders. At the front of the atlas there are maps that show the distances between main towns and route route-planing maps of the whole of Sweden, Norway and Finland at 1:2,000,000. Inside the back cover there is a map of the country showing what wavelength the local radio stations broadcast on.
Sweden Road Atlas (Lantmateriets Stora Sverigeatlas). Scales vary. Kartforlaget. This spiral-bound 10 x 14" atlas gives complete coverage of Sweden and includes numerous large-scale city maps. Fully indexed. In Swedish.
Recommended Sweden Travel Map. 1:600,000. Freytag & Berndt. This double-sided map splits Sweden into North and South. The road detail includes secondary roads and an indication of steep gradients. Intermediate driving distances are shown on most routes. Car and passenger ferries are marked and railways, rack railways and cable railways are shown. Provincial boundary lines are drawn and provincial administrative towns are distinguished.
Symbols show antiquities, churches, castles, monuments, lighthouses, airports, yacht supply stations, campsites and spot heights for selected peaks.
Sample detail from the Sweden travel map.
1 sheet, folded.
Sweden Travel Map. 1:750,000. ITMB. A detailed road map that also shows elevation using color shading. The map shows transportation routes; Archaeological, Historical and Recreational sites & ruins;
National Parks, Wildlife Parks & Reserves; International & Provincial borders; All roads, highways, trails and road distances; Elevation info & Hydrography; Extensive labeling of physical features such as mountain ranges, valleys and peaks;
Tourist Information; Points of Interest, etc.
Sample detail of the Sweden travel map
1 sheet, folded.
Sweden Travel Map. 1:1,200,000. Michelin, #753. This is a good map for planning a trip, but the small scale and lower level of detail compared to other maps makes it ill-suited for using while driving in the country.
Sweden regional travel maps. 1:250,000 & 1:400,000. Freytag & Berndt. Detailed road and tourist maps of Sweden, with location indexes included. The four southern sheets are 1:250,000 while the two northern sheets are 1:400,000. Spot heights and relief coloring are used to present the terrain. The road network shows everything from main roads down to public dirt roads (but privately maintained and called "private roads"). Winter closures and steep grades are noted.
The maps also indicate forested areas. Tourist information includes places of interest, campsites and youth hostels, etc. Latitude and longitude are shown as a 10' grid in the south and 30' grid on the two northern sheets. Map legend includes English.
Sketch map showing sheet coverage. Sample of the map detail
South-East Sweden. Stockholm, Uppsala, Norrköping. 1:250,000.
Central Sweden. Sundsvall, Falun, Gävle, 1:250,000.
Northern Sweden. Östersund. 1:400,000.
Far northern Sweden - Lapland. Kiruna. 1:400,000.
Sweden regional travel maps. 1:250,000 & 1:400,000. Kartförlaget, Sweden. This is a series of six road maps from Sweden's national mapping agency. Spot heights and relief coloring in mountainous areas are used to present the terrain. The maps also indicate forested areas and show some of the main hiking trails. Tourist information includes places of interest, campsites and youth hostels. Latitude and longitude are shown as a grid in steps of 20'. Map legend includes English.
Index map Sample of the map detail
Southern Sweden (Sodra Gotland). 1:250,000.
West Svealand (Vastra Svealand). 1:250,000.
East Svealand (Ostra Svealand). 1:250,000.
Norra Svealand/Sodra Norrland. 1:250,000.
Mid Norrland (Mellestra Norrland). 1:400,000.
North Norrland - Lapland (Norra Norrland). 1:400,000.
(Sweden) Stockholm City Map. Sweden gov't.
Map of Truck Traffic in Stockholm (Tung Trafik inom Stockholms stad). 1:10,000 & 1:30,000. Gatu- Och Fastighetskontoret. 1994. One double-sided sheet, in color. One side shows the metropolitan area at 1:30,000 and the reverse shows the city center at 1:10,000. The map highlights the low bridges and underpasses and gives approved truck routes into, through, and out of the city. In Swedish. No ISBN.
1 sheet, folded
Parking in Stockholm (Parkering i Stockholm). No scale. Gatu- Och Fastighetskontoret. 1996. One double-sided sheet, in color. One side covers the metropolitan area the reverse shows the city center and Gamla Stan. Both maps show the locations of parking and no-parking zones, parking lots, hours of operation, etc. Bilingual English/Swedish. No ISBN.
1 sheet, folded
Sweden City Maps. Various scales. Various publishers. We stock an extensive collection of city maps for Swedish cities. Nearly all of these are in Swedish only, although the maps of major cities such as Stockhollm and Goteborg are often bilingual English/Swedish.
Sweden National Atlas. 1990-. Stockholm Univ. This is an excellent atlas available in either Swedish or English. The Atlas contains 17 volumes, each covering a specific topic. The combined Atlas will contain approximately 3000 pages. A computerized version (a first!) will also be available. English editions are supplied unless instructed otherwise. Only volume 1 was subsidized by the government, hence the lower price.
Vol. 1. Maps & Mapping. 1992.
Vol. 2. The Forests. 1992.
Vol. 3. The People. 1992.
Vol. 4. Agriculture. 1992.
Vol. 5. The Environment. 1992.
Vol. 6. The Infrastructure. 1993.
Vol. 7. Sea and Coast. 1993.
Vol. 8. Sweden in the World. 1993.
Vol. 9. Cultural Life, Recreation, and Tourism. 1994.
Vol. 10. Work and Leisure. 1994.
Vol. 11. The Cultural Heritage. 1994.
Vol. 12. Geology. 1995.
Vol. 13. Landscape and Settlements. 1995.
Vol. 14. Climate, Lakes, and Rivers. 1995.
Vol. 15. Manufacturing and Service Industries. 1996.