Stockholm-Skavsta Airport is located in Nyköping, 100 km south west of downtown Stockholm; it is served chiefly by the low-fare airlines Ryanair and Wizz Air. Airport buses take 80 minutes from the airport to Cityterminalen in downtown Stockholm.
There are many ways to travel between the airports and downtown Stockholm. Here are the main options.
Several major ferry lines serve the countries around the Baltic Sea, and Stockholm's harbors are centrally located.
If you come by car or rent a car in Stockholm you may park at park-and-ride facilities, in parking garages or on designated street parking. If your car is registered in Sweden you are obliged to pay a congestion charge in the Stockholm inner city.
Getting to Sweden by train from Europe is quick and easy, especially since the Öresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden opened. The state-owned rail company SJ runs most long-distance routes to Oslo and Copenhagen and domestic routes in Sweden....
Stockholm is at the natural centre of Scandinavia and it has all of the region's important cities within comfortable reach. You can get to all of northern Europe's major cities in less than two hours by air.
Every year around 300 cruise liners from all over the world put in to Stockholm. All inner-city harbors are equipped for international cruise ship arrivals. Their central location makes Stockholm a unique cruise destination with city sights,...
Swebus Express has the largest choice of bus connections to and from Stockholm but there are several other companies large and small to choose from, like Bus4You and Ybuss. Cityterminalen is Stockholm's central bus station; you'll find all...
Stockholm Visitors BoardCity of StockholmBox 16282, 103 25 Stockholm, Sweden / Visiting address: Stockholm Visitor Center, Sergels Torg 3Phone: +46 (0)8-508 28 508 (Stockholm Visitor Center), +46 (0)8-508 28 500 (Operator), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org