Greater experiences on the water
Experience Linköping - Berg's locks by water
With several departures a day, you can travel between Bergs locks and Linköping city on our wooden boat Stockholm. The boat trip takes just over an hour one way and allows you to experience the Göta Canal, Bergs Locks lower, lake Roxen and a lockage in Nykvarns lock in the Kinda Canal. You can buy light refreshments on board the boat and are also welcome to bring your own packed lunch or snacks.
Berg’s locks are a spectacular destination of many in the Göta Canal. Here you will find the canal’s largest lock staircase, which takes boats 18.9 metres to or from Lake Roxen. Bergs locks is a popular destination, not only for those who travel the Göta Canal in their boats. Visitors come here to eat, have a coffee, play mini-golf or why not just soak up the lovely atmosphere and watch the boats pass by.
Linköping C till Bergs slussar
Whether you’re looking for a leisurely stroll, a taste of history or a taste of the city, shopping and eating well, Linköping city has something for you. The summer city of Linköping offers a vibrant city centre with Stora Torget at its centre. Here you will find outdoor cafés, shops and all kinds of events. If you want to experience what Linköping looked like in the past, you should go to the Open Air Museum and Old Linköping.
Bergs slussar till Linköping C
Guidade turer i Linköping
Res med Stockholm på en guidad båttur till Tannerfors slussar. Vi guidar dig genom historien och nutiden medan vi sakta tar oss från Linköping city vida Kinda kanal till slutdestinationen Tannerfors slussar. Här kan du äta räkmackor, skaldjursbuffé eller en enkel kopp kaffe. Allt i en vilsam och tilltalande slussmiljö.
Guidad tur Linköping
On board Stockholm
Stockholm is a fifteen-metre wooden boat built in 1949 at the Norrviken boatyard in Stockholm. Over the years, she has sailed several Swedish waters. Her first years were spent in Stockholm, where she served as a passenger boat in the city. The old King of Sweden was aboard the Stockholm, as were other luminaries of the day such as Lord Mountbatten and John D Rockefeller Jr. In the early 1990s, the Stockholm landed in Karlstad and operated the Klarälven for several years, then under the name Sola IIII. After several years on land and in disrepair, Hammarö Sjötrafik bought the boat in 2020 when they also began a major renovation at the Vänern shipyard to restore the boat to its original form. With that, the original name Stockholm was also taken.