Cheap flights to Stockholm Sweden

Islands upon islands of Scandinavian cool
Flights to Stockholm from
  • 320 USD per person
  • Flights from New York starting at 460 USD
  • Flights from Boston starting at 630 USD 1 hours
  • Popular airlines flying to Stockholm include Norwegian, SAS and United Airlines.
  • Cheapest flights to Stockholm are generally available in February whilst August tends to be most expensive
  • Flights to Stockholm land at the airports Arlanda (ARN), Bromma (BMA) and Skavsta Intl (NYO) .

About Stockholm


A web of interweaving islands of cool and collected Nordic allure, Stockholm is a sophisticated combo of sleek design, cultural keenness and festive folk tradition. If a summer stroll along the waterside on Strandvägen makes you crave the ocean blue, pluck up the courage to take a dive off Långholmen pontoon – or try kayaking into the staggering archipelago for an exclusive view of the city. On shore, you can take in the terracotta tones of medieval Gamla Stan and go local with a Skåning – herring sandwich! – in the buzzing streets of bohemian chic Södermalm.

The Royal Palace millennium party was so big, they were afraid the floor would break – all guards jumped on it to test.

All year round you can enjoy dainty Djugården, where you can traipse around a miniature Sweden in the open-air Skansen museum, visit the imposing Vasa ship and end the afternoon with a fika – a coffee break – in the Rosendal’s garden café.

Known as the founder of the Nobel prize, Stockholm-born Alfred Nobel was the scientist who invented dynamite!

How’s the weather in Stockholm in October?

  • Temperature 39-50 °F
  • Dry days 23-
  • Average rainfall 30 mm
  • Snow days 1


  • Population 881K
  • Local time :
  • Currency Sweden Kronor

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About Stockholm

Book a flight to Stockholm, the capital of Scandi-cool which blurs the boundaries between sea and land, ancient and modern, urban and wild.

Spread over fourteen islands, with architecture spanning from the medieval to the ultra-modern, Stockholm is one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world. If you catch it during the endless summer days, or bathed in golden autumn light, it’s difficult to imagine the cobbled streets covered in snow. But even in the darkest months the city shines with life. Christmas markets turn the lovely old town of Gamla Stan into a fairy-tale warren of twinkling lights and ‘glögg’ stalls. At Skansen, the world’s oldest open-air museum, you can try your hand at candle-making or feast on ‘julboard’, the traditional festive buffet.

Food trends come and go in Stockholm – recently fancy fried chicken has made way for dumplings – but some institutions are above fashion. This is certainly the case for Högshallen food hall, the central, no-frills establishment where local workers crowd the high stools, enjoying ‘smörgasbord’ or the local cheese pie - washed down with a crisp glass of white wine. If your tastes are a little more high-end, seek out the nighteenth-century Östermalm market in the elegant neighbourhood of the same name. Further south, hipsters congregate in Söldermalm’s tiny cafés and bars, where some of the city’s best vegetarian food can be found.

To see all the different sides of Stockholm – the beautiful old churches and the latest vintage stores, the boats bobbing in tiny harbours and the vast civic gardens – you really need to make like a local and get on your bike. With two wheels you’re ready for all sorts of adventures: morning coffee under the shade of an ancient tree in the old town, an afternoon swim off the shores of Längholmen, a spin on Djurgården’s vintage fairground rides. But always the real attraction is the city itself: a compact collection of tiny worlds, each one crying out to be explored.

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