Nybro  is a city in Småland in Sweden. The local industry is dominated by companies within glass manufacturing, paper and wood. The biggest employer is the floor manufacturer AB Gustaf Kähr. Nybro is the gateway to the world famous swedish glass manufacturing district Glasriket , The Kingdom of Crystal.
Nybro's importance as a center of trade and manufacturing increased gradually during the first half of the 19th century. In 1865 Nybro achieved market town status. During the 1870's. the railway reached Nybro and Kalmar, something which meant a financial and demographical increase. In 1932, Nybro had grown so much that it acheived town status. The increase in population terms continued until the 1970's, but has since decreased. The previous villages Hanemåla and Madesjö is nowadays a part of the town.
The nearest airport is Kalmar airport  with connections to several destinations and with daily traffic to Stockholm Bromma Airport  and Stockholm Arlanda Airport . The airport is situated on the former Kalmar Wing airbase, ca 30 km east of Nybro. There are no special airport coaches, but the local bus company, Kalmar Läns Trafik (KLT) , operates a regular bus line (line 402) between the airport and the bus terminal in the center of Kalmar. At the bus terminal, change to bus 131 or any train bound for Nybro. The major rental car companies are available at the airport, such as AVIS , phone: +46 480 44 43 00, Europcar , phone: +46 480 137 50 and Hertz , phone: +46 480 944 20. Kalmar flygplatsmay be contacted on phone, +46 480 45 90 00.
The railway between Gothenburg and Kalmar passes through Nybro. The traffic is operated by the swedish state railways SJ  and the connections are good. Change train in Emmaboda for Karlskrona. Travellers from the north or south of Sweden must change in Nässjö or Alvesta.
Road 25 from Nybro to/from Kalmar. Road 31 to/from Vetlanda. Road 120 to/from Emmaboda.
Road 25 from Nybro to/from Kalmar. Road 31 to/from Vetlanda. Road 120 to/from Emmaboda. Some trains allow you to bring your bike, but always check with the operator before boarding the train. Adjacent to the major roads, there are plenty of nice little roads should you want to take detours or alternate routes.