Firstly you need to get to Swedish capital Stockholm. Depending on where you travel from you can use a flight, a train or a ferry.
By Ferry: from Russia, Finland, Baltic States and Poland you can take direct ferries, check out www.directferries.co.uk. When you find an appropriate ferry you need to go to the ferry's website and buy ticket from there, not from www.directferries.co.uk. – it is usually much cheaper.
Train: from Central and South Europe the train goes through Denmark across the Baltic Sea (yes it is not a joke, there is a bridge). Website www.bahn.de is convenient to look for options.
Flying: you can firstly checkwww.skyscanner.comwhich will redirect you to all options. We kindly ak you to try to travel by land and water id possible, as flights are more environmentally damaging
In Stockholm you need to get to the Central Station.
If you go by train you will arrive to Stockholm train station, which is next to the bus station, which you will need to take a bus to the ferry.
If you fly to Sweden you may come to Arlanda, Skavsta or Bromma airports. From Arlanda Airport there is an environmentally friendly, fast, but more expensive train, Arlanda Express, to Stockholm Central Station. There is also a possibility to use commuting train (Pendeltåg) or bus to get to Stockholm: www.sl.se. The ticket has to be bought before entering a bus or train in a ticket machine or online. The tickets can be bought only with a bank card.
Tips! Swedish people are usually very responsive and everyone speaks fluent English, feel free to ask for an advice for example if you cannot find a bus station or a tickets machine,
Traveling from Stockholm to Gotland
To Gotland you can get by 3,5 hours ferry. It is a nice big ship, so it turns to be quite a lovely journey. You can also fly,but ut us usually more expensive and also environmentally unfriendly in such short distance. \ In any case you will arrive to Visby, the capital of Gotland.
By Ferry from Stockholm: The ferry goes a few times a day. Here is the ferry service where you would buy the ticket: www.destinationgotland.se. No need to print the ticket, but make sure you have the booking number.
(!) Important: the ferry goes from Nynäshamn, a town one hour south of Stockholm, not from Stockholm itself. Nynäshamn can be reached by bus or train. Option 1. When you buy the ferry ticket you can choose the option to include the bus transfer. These buses depart from the City Terminal (bus station), connected to the Stockholm Central Station (train station). Make sure you have extra time to navigate yourself. The buses always go 1h 45min before the ferry. We recommend you this way even though it costs a bit more. Option 2. You can also get to Nynäshamn by commuter train (www.sl.se), but be aware they are not synchronized with ferry time. Remember that boarding on the ferry finishes 20-30 min before departure. If you arrive to Sweden to Arlanda airport you can check the possibility to go to Nynäshamn by one train all the way from Arlanda to Nynäshamn: www.sl.se
From Visby to Suderbyn
When you have managed the trip to Gotland, the rest is very little and simple! From Visby you can reach Suderbyn by taking Bus 10 in the direction Klintehamn-Burgsvik. Here is the schedule. Bus stop is outside the ferry terminal or in some hours you need to walk to the Bus Station. A bus ride costs about 35 SEK and can be paidonly in cash on-board. Get off at “Suderbys 1” (you should press STOP button when the name appears on the screen). Walk another 250 meters in the same direction as the bus, along the bicycle path. You will see a barn with the Suderbyn sign right close to the road. Here we are!
It is also possible to pick you up with our car-sharing, which would cost about 70 SEK. Let us know in advance if it is necessary.