Travel by car
Tingsryd is close to road 27, only 45 km south of Växjö and 45 km to the north of Karlshamn.
From Denmark you can take either the ferry from Helsingør or the road over the bridge from Copenhagen. Both ways, it’s less than a three hour journey.
From Germany, the journey should take about five hours from Puttgarden via Denmark, or directly by boat to Trelleborg or Ystad.
From the Skåne region in the south of Sweden, you take the E4 going north and then road 119 via Osby or road 120 via Älmhult. From Malmö, take road 23 to Osby and then either 119 toward Tingsryd or the E22 to Karlshamn and from there road 29 to Tingsryd.
Coming from Stockholm, you should take the E4 toward Värnamo and then road 27 to Tingsryd via Växjö. You can always stop by Astrid Lingren’s World on the way south. To do that, take the E4 toward Linköping and then road via Vimmerby, on to Växjö, from where you take the 27 to Tingsryd.
From Gothenburg you can choose to drive route 27 via Borås or E6 via Halmstad and then route 25 towards Växjö and finally route 27 towards Tingsryd.
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