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A city of islands filled with an assortment of architectural and cultural gems, Stockholm offers an incredible landscape and a host of unique attractions. Summer months from June – August are the peak tourist season in Stockholm. Enjoy average temperatures of 65 – 70 degrees Fahrenheit and long days with the sun setting as late as 10.00 p.m. Participate in several festivals such as the Midsummer Festival celebrating Swedish culture, Taste of Stockholm festival of food, and Popaganda, a pop / rock music festival, amongst many others. Expect airfares and room rates to be at their highest during this time. The fall and spring seasons are chillier, with average highs barely reaching 50 – 60 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don’t mind the cool, crisp weather, visit between April – May or September – October, when the crowds are less and room rates are more reasonable. Winters are brutally cold; average temperatures fall as low as 20 – 25 degrees Fahrenheit, and days are much shorter, with the sun out for barely a few hours each day. However, this is a great time to get attractive deals on flights and hotels. You can also enjoy the year-end festivities, quaint Christmas markets, and the beautiful lighting and decorations if you travel to Stockholm around Christmas or New Year’s.


Stockholm flight deals found on momondo

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Multiple Airlines
Multiple Airlines
BOS
10 Jan
Boston Logan International airport
22h 55m
2 Stops
ARN
Stockholm Arlanda airport
Multiple Airlines
ARN
17 Jan
Stockholm Arlanda airport
16h 15m
2 Stops
BOS
Boston Logan International airport
209 USD
Icelandair
Icelandair
BOS
20 Mar
Boston Logan International airport
9h 40m
1 Stop
ARN
Stockholm Arlanda airport
Icelandair
ARN
24 Mar
Stockholm Arlanda airport
26h 35m
1 Stop
BOS
Boston Logan International airport
337 USD
Lufthansa
Lufthansa
BOS
07 Feb
Boston Logan International airport
11h 50m
1 Stop
ARN
Stockholm Arlanda airport
Lufthansa
ARN
18 Feb
Stockholm Arlanda airport
12h 15m
1 Stop
BOS
Boston Logan International airport
353 USD

Which airlines fly to Stockholm?

Direct international flights from the U.S. to Stockholm are offered by SAS and Norwegian. Other airlines that offer flights with 1 or more stops include British Airways, Lufthansa, Air China, Air India, Icelandair, Ethiopian Airlines, KLM, Austrian Airlines, Ukraine International, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, SATA, Air France, Finnair, Royal Air Maroc, Air France, American Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Siberia, Swissair, Brussels Airlines, Vueling Airlines, United Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, LOT, WOW, and Turkish Airlines.


How to get from the airport to Stockholm city center?

Below you will find all the airports in Stockholm along with the distance from the city center
Stockholm Arlanda
22 mi from city center
Stockholm Bromma
4 mi from city center
Stockholm Skavsta
55 mi from city center
Stockholm Vasteras/Hasslo
53 mi from city center

Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)

ARN is located in the Sigtuna municipality of Sweden, near the town of Märsta, approximately 23 miles north of Stockholm city center. There are several options to travel from the airport to Stockholm. To travel between the airport terminals 2, 3, and 5, use the Arlanda Express for free.

Buses

Flygbussarna-operated Airport Coach buses run between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and the Stockholm city center every 10 minutes during most of the day. The route has stops along the motorway and at St Eriksplan. Adult one-way fare is 99 SEK and the ride takes approximately 45 minutes.

Shared ride vans and shuttles

For more flexible options, Flygbussarna offers a Door to Gate service that takes you to your exact destination. The rides cost 289 SEK per person for a shared ride van or 979 SEK for a non-stop van or shuttle.

Trains

The Arlanda Express provides a non-stop service between the airport and Stockholm with a ride time of 20 minutes. Buy your tickets at the airport’s information desks or from the Arlanda Express self-service machines. The adult one-way fare is 280 SEK.

You can also ride the-SL operated commuter trains to reach Stockholm. Trains depart from Arlanda Central Station in SkyCity which is located between Terminals 4 and 5. The journey time to Stockholm Central Station is 38 minutes, and the one-way fare costs 151 SEK, including a passage fee that is applicable for passing to and from all trains and the airport.

Taxis

Taxis are available outside all terminals. Since the fares are regulated, the maximum price for reaching any destination in Stockholm, or the neighboring town of Uppsala is 675 SEK. Many of the taxi companies offer a fixed price of 450 – 500 SEK for a trip to Stockholm city center and the ride time is approximately 35 – 40 minutes.

Car rentals

Most of the car rental offices are located at the airport’s on-premise car rental area, except for Sixt which is located off the airport and can be reached via the complimentary parking bus Alfa. To get to the other rental car counters, use the airport provided parking bus Beta from Terminals 2, 4, and 5. Try looking for deals on car rentals with momondo.


How to get around in Stockholm?

Stockholm is fairly big and it’s not possible to explore the entire city on foot. However, some of the popular tourist attractions such as Gamla Stan (Old Town), Djurgården island park, and the Fotografiska museum are within a couple of miles from each other. Walking is a convenient option to visit these places. For reaching other parts of the city, here are the various options for transportation.

Public Transportation

Stockholm Public Transport, SL, operates an efficient system of buses, underground trains, commuter trains, trams and certain ferry lines in Greater Stockholm. You can opt for a single journey ticket that is valid for unlimited travel on all SL services for 75 minutes. The adult fare is 44 SEK. You can also consider investing in a 24-hour travelcard for 125 SEK or a 72-hour travelcard for 250 SEK and enjoy unlimited travel across all SL transportation for the duration of the card. Don’t miss exploring the Stockholm underground, which is known as the world’s longest art gallery due to the works of different artists adorning many of the stations.

Taxis

Several taxi companies operate in the city and offer metered fares. You can easily identify an authorized taxi by its yellow number plates. While fares are not regulated for the city rides, the highest unit price for most taxis will be 290 – 390 SEK. Do make a note that the price indicated on the yellow label of the taxi is based on a 10-kilometer, 15-minute journey. Rideshare options such as Uber are also easily available throughout the city.

Bikes

Stockholm is a highly environment-conscious city and prides itself on its sustainable living and eco-friendly initiatives. The city has a number of dedicated cycling lanes and paths. Between April – September, you can make use of the bike-share program, City Bikes. A 3-day pass costs 165 SEK and allows you access to over 140 bike stations with a maximum ride time of 3 hours per ride.


What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Stockholm?

U.S. nationals do not need a visa to enter Sweden for tourism or business for up to 90 days. For foreign nationals, please check the Schengen Visa Info website.


Quick facts about Stockholm

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Currency
Swedish Krona
Beer
Domestic Beer (.5 liter)
1.91 USD
Food
Inexpensive restaurant
13 USD
Public transport
One-way ticket
3.98 USD

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Things to do and places of interest in Stockholm

One of the most beautiful Scandinavian cities spread out over 14 islands in Lake Malaren, Stockholm features grand public buildings, rich history and culture, a plethora of museums and castles, and a quaint, old town dating back to the 13th century. The city also offers a host of trendy bars, restaurants, and exclusive boutiques. Here are a few suggestions to get a true taste of Stockholm.

  • Check out the various museums such as Vasa Museum for maritime history, Modern Museum and Fotografiska for art enthusiasts, Abba The Museum for Swedish music history.
  • Visit the Drottningholm Palace, the permanent residence of the royal family.
  • Stroll alongside Stockholm City Hall to admire its spires featuring the golden Three Crowns.
  • Wander around the tiny island, Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s ‘Old Town’, a 13th century preserved medieval city center. Admire the historic buildings with intricate architecture, including the Stockholm Cathedral – Storkyrkan, Nobel Museum and the Royal Palace.
  • Meet legendary Nordic seafarers at Birka, an old Viking outpost and archaeological site that can be reached via a 2-hour boat ride along the sparkling waters of Lake Mälaren.
  • Discover Stockholm’s greatest creative talents, ranging from vinyl at Snickars Records to vintage homeware at Butiken Republiken when you stroll through the Mosebacke Design District.
  • Enjoy a quiet walk around the Woodland Cemetery and its serene surroundings.

Tips and tricks for visiting Stockholm

Go off the beaten path

If you wish to include some off-the-beaten-path activities in your itinerary, stroll near the waterside along Strandvägen, the most glamorous street in the city. Make a trip to Hornstull Marknad, a stylish flea market that takes place every Saturday & Sunday from April until the end of September. Wander about at the Rosendals Tradgard plant nursery-cum-café in the heart of Djurgården. Explore hidden parts of Stockholm at Fargfabriken, an old paint factory that now functions as a cultural feast of art and architecture. Be a part of unique cultural festivities such as binding birch wreaths, raising the leafy maypole, several games, and folk music and dance when you visit Skansen. Skansen is the first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden and is located on the island Djurgården in Stockholm.

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