Uddevalla is a city of 31,200 people (with a total of 52,800 in Uddevalla Municipality) in Bohuslän, on the west coast of Sweden. Uddevalla is a nice little town, with a river cutting through the city center. The town burnt down more than a few times in the 18th and 19th century, there are but a few old wooden buildings left. Most older buildings date from the beginning of the 20th century.

Get in

By bus

Express buses stop at Torp bus station, 7 km west of the city centre. Säfflebussen which runs between Berlin and Oslo and E6-expressen between Gothenburg and Oslo stops here.

By train

There are frequent train connections to Strömstad in the north, Trollhättan (Öxnered) in the east, and Göteborg due south.

By air

The closest airport Trollhättan, about 30 minutes away by car, has flights to Stockholm

Get around

By bus

By boat

During the summer, a regular boat line goes through the fjord, visiting various places.

By taxi

Uddevalla Taxi (Swedish), the city's oldest taxi company. Reservations can be made by phone: +46 (0)522-144 00. The company is affiliated and co-owner of Taxi Väst AB, +46 (0)522-459 000. (Swedish)



Hostel by the sea in Gustafsberg

Go next

Routes through Uddevalla

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