Journey

How to travel to Stockholm

 

For the travelling to Stockholm you have many different ways.

The following items show you some of the connections over land and air.

 

  • Train
  • Plan

 

  • Airports

With the airportbus can you travel directly to the centre.

 

  • Local public transport

There is so much to see and the following links can give you a good overview about culture in Stockholm, sightseeing in Stockholm spare time activities in Stockholm etc:

 

http://beta.stockholmtown.com/en/

http://www.visitsweden.com/sweden/Regions--Cities/Stockholm/

 

Tourist attractions

 

The list below will give you some hints about tourist attractions:

 

The world-famous warship the Vasa www.vasamuseet.se

 

The world’s oldest open-air museum Skansen www.skansen.se

 

Prins Eugen´s Waldemarsudde www.waldemarsudde.se

 

The NobelMuseum www.nobelmuseum.se

 

The RoyalPalace http://www.royalcourt.se/

 

Stockholm City Hall http://international.stockholm.se/cityhall

 

Stockholm Cathedral http://beta.stockholmtown.com/en/To-Do/Attractions/stockholm-cathedral/898

 

Astrid Lindgren’s Junibacken http://www.junibacken.se/

 

Adventures in Stockholm www.stockholmadventures.se

 

Stockholm´s ICEBAR www.nordicseahotel.se/ais

 

Vaxholm´s fortress www.vaxholmsfastning.se

 

Army museum www.armemuseum.se

 

Historiska museet www.historiska.se

 

Moderna museet www.modernamuseet.se

 

Accommodation

 

Here we can give you some links if you are looking for accommodation in Stockholm:

 

There are some camping sites in and around Stockholm:

 

http://www.visit-stockholm.com/framesmaster.htm?http://

www.visit-stockholm.com/accommodation-stockholm/

camping-stockholm.htm

 

For cheap hostels in Stockholm you can look at these pages:

 

http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/sweden/stockholm/

http://www.hostels.com/stockholm/sweden

http://www.citybackpackers.org/

 

An interesting alternative could be to rent a private room

in a guest family. Here are some links:

 

www.110apartments.com

www.bba.nu

www.bbc.nu

www.bedbreakfast.a.se

www.bbob.se

www.checkin.se

www.daysinsweden.com

www.gastrummet.com

www.hotelltjanst.com

www.rentaroom.nu

www.stockholmuptown.com

www.youraccommodation.se

 

If you are looking for a hotel you will have lots of choices:

 

www.eurobookings.com

http://www.booking.com/city/se/stockholm.html?aid= 310018&label=stockholmxPnrqF*2DnHmeDj8kq2rWQS4174536040&sid=334cf0d0f9e89d1500a6c54490f6a556&lang=en&selected_currency=

 

hotel_currency

 

http://www.hotels.com/de1270279/hotels-stockholm-sweden/

 

http://www.destination-stockholm.com/hotels/index.htm

 

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g194779-d275939-Reviews-Hotel_Stockholm-Jesolo_Veneto.html

 

Travelling

 

If you want to travel by train you can look at this page:

 

http://www.sj.se/sj/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=10&l=sv

 

If you want to fly to Stockholm you can look at one of Stockholm’s three airports:

 

The main airport is Arlanda:

 

http://www.arlanda.se/en/

 

Then you have Bromma airport:

 

http://www.brommaairport.se/en/Bromma/Traveller/

 

And in the south of Stockholm you have Skavsta airport:

 

http://www.skavsta.se/en/

 

To book a flight to Stockholm from Great Britain, America, Australia or elsewhere you can choose one of the following sites:

 

http://www.travelhouseuk.co.uk/cheap-flights-from-arn/

http://www.bookingbuddy.co.uk/flights-to-Stockholm/

http://www.bravofly.com/vg1/flights.do

http://www.farecompare.com/

http://www.airfaresflights.com.au/flights/

 

To move around in Stockholm you should use the tram, the underground or busses:

http://www.sl.se/Templates/SubStart.aspx?id=1906

 

If you need a map or have to find an address or something else in Stockholm you can use these pages:

 

www.hitta.se

www.gulasidorna.se