12th Fedecrail Youth Exchange 2018 in Sweden

c Uppsala/Sweden

FEDECRAIL together with MUMA (Museum tramway Malmköping) and ULJ (Uppsala-Länna-Railway) would like to invite you to the 12th Youth Exchange in Sweden from Friday 3rd August to Sunday 12th August. The meeting will start at ULJ railway in Uppsala. The city is located north of Stockholm. It takes just under one hour by train to travel between the cities.

Arrival point on Friday 3th August will be Uppsala central station. It is recommended to fly to the airport of Arlanda (ARN) and to take from there the train to Uppsala. The train ride takes a maximum of 20 minutes. There are also buses available from the airport, which are cheaper but take longer.

The base for the youth exchange will be Uppsala for the first four or five days. Then the camp will move to MUMA, a tramway museum situated in a small town called Malmköping, southwest of Stockholm. The meeting will end in Malmköping on Sunday 12th August. (More information about the departure will be given later.) rnThe price for participating in 2018 in Sweden is 180 euro. It is important that the youth exchange is paid in full before arrival.

1st May is the last day for registration for the camp. Send an email to [email protected] for more information or to register.

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