Storlien 15:25 → Malmö 07:10

Train 3901
Next Hässleholm 06:00
Track 6

Duved 17:00 → Malmö 07:50

Train 3905
Next Hässleholm 06:55
Track 3

Track and deviations are preliminary and may change.

Planned service changes

Here you will find information about future traffic changes. For ongoing traffic disruptions of more than 30 minutes, we will send you and SMS-updated to the mobile phone number that we have in your booking.

Always check our online booking for planned departure times and arrivals.

Train 300/301 "Stockholm-Berlin"

Train is cancelled until May 4th due to the Covid19-situation. First departure is from Sweden on May 5th and from Germany on May 8th. Passengers will be contacted for refund.

Train 304/305 "The Alps"

Train is cancelled due to the Danish travel restrictions. 

Train 3904/3905 "Åre"

Train is cancalled due to lower demand January 11 - February 14. Passengers will be reebooked to train 3900/3901. 

Train 3940 - 3943 "Malmö - Stockholm"

Train 3940 is cancelled Tuesdays and Wednesdays January 11 - Feburary 17.

Train 3941 is cancelled Tuesdays - Thursdays January 11 - February 18 and Sundays January 18 - February 14.

Train 3942 is cancelled Mondays - Wednesdays January 11 - February 18 and Saturdays January 18 - February 13.

Train 3943 is cancelled Tuesdays and Wednesdays January 11 - February 17.

Train 3900/01 to and from Jämtland is open for booking for regional travelling betweeen Malmö and Stockholm Wednesdays and Saturdays and between Stockholm and Malmö Thursdays and Sundays during the period January 11 - Febaruary 18.

Information about the coronavirus

Latest update on 01/02/2021

Below you will find our latest information on how the corona virus affects your journey with Snälltåget.

Cancel, rebook or refund?

Tickets that are purchased on Snälltå can be rebooked. The ticket can also be made refundable for a fee.

If your purchase a ticket where the departure is within 24 hours (or within seven days for a Private Compartment), it cannot be refunded or rebooked.

The follwing rules apply for both rebookable and refundable tickets:

  • Seat and Recliner seat must be cancelled at least 24 hours before departure.
  • Private Compartment and Private Compartment Comfort must be cancelled at least seven days before departure.

The booking fee (9-79 SEK per ticket) is not refunded and is not part of the travel voucher for rebookable tickets.

When a rebookable ticket is cancelled, the passenger will receive a travel voucher consisting of the ticket price excluding the booking fee, valid for purchase within 180 days. The travel voucher can be used for a rebookable ticket with Snälltåget. When purchasing a trip where the price for the ticket is lower than that of the travel voucher, you will receive a new travel voucher with the differing value. When booking through Snälltå, you automatically receive a travel voucher with the differing value. If you book through a reseller, you have to contact us to receive a travel voucher with the differing value.

If you bought your ticket through Snälltåget, you can cancel or rebook your ticket here

Tickets purchased through SJ cannot be rebooked or refunded. It is not possible to change names on these tickets either.

Can I travel?

Snälltåget continues the follow the latest advice from government and public health officials and how the situation develops at our destinations. If the advice from the authorities changes, we will of course make changes accordingly. The Public Health Agency in Sweden advises against using public transport but that does not apply to long distance trains with a booked reservation, such as Snälltåget. The departures of Snälltåget is not included in the advices regarding face mask in Public Transport during rush hours, valid from January 7th. Snälltåget doesn't provide maskes.

If you have a trip planned and feel cold or flu-like symptoms, stay home and avoid meeting other people than the ones you live with. That way, you avoid spreading the virus to other people on the train, at work or other places.

For those of you travelling – keep this in mind:

  • You should only travel if you are healthy and symptom-free.
  • If you are hesitant to travel, for your own sake or for the sake of others, don't travel.
  • Keep your distance to your fellow travellers when you get off and on the train, while standing in line to the toilet.
  • You are welcome to visit our restaurant "The Pub". If you want to enjoy hot food, drink beer och wine, you must book a table in advance. We also sell coffee, tea, soft drinks, water, sandwiches, salads, snacks and candy that you can bring with you to your seat.

More seats available so you can keep distance

On board the trains, we have decreased the number of seats available for booking in each coach, to increase the distance between those who travel. If you travel alone, we only sell seats by the window so that you can keep your distance to other travellers.

If you travel together, you will receive seats together and can keep your distance to other parties. If there is at least one adult in the booking, the accompanying adult, youth, student or senior receive 50% discount on the price for adults. This offer is only available on Snälltå

On our connecting bus services, we have limited the number of seats to about 50-60 percent. If there are a lot of passengers on board, we kindly ask those of you travelling together to also sit together.

On some departures we offer the possibility to book a private compartment, in which you can travel by yourself or with company. Private compartments are only available at Snälltå on certain departures.  From January 11th, private compartment is only available on our night trains to Jämtland and Berlin.

Advice against travelling between countries

Sweden does not advise against travel to Denmark and Germany. However, both countries have rules regarding quarantine or negative testing. You must also have a purpose for the entry that makes the travel necessary.

Denmark advises against unnecessary travel to Germany and Sweden until February 28. Sweden has also introduced an entry ban for non-work-related travel from Denmark to Sweden until February 28.

Germany advises against unnecessary trips to Denmark and Sweden. It is not possible to travel transit through Denmark to Sweden from Germany until February 28.

When travelling by train in Denmark and Germany, a face mask is required. If you buy a Private Compartment you do not need to use face mask when you are inside your compartment and close the door to the compartment.