Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the main international airport serving the capital and is located about 37km north of the city. It is a major hub for many airlines. Stockholm Skavsta Airport is another international airport located about 100km south-west of Stockholm.
Stockholm Central is the busiest train station in the country, seeing over 200,000 people onto their journeys every day. The station offers both domestic and international trains. The major rail providers serving the station are SJ / Storstockholms Lokaltrafik. The station is located adjacent to the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre.
Cityterminalen is the largest bus station in the country and sees about 800 buses depart and arrive every day. Connections from here are available to practically all large cities and many smaller towns and villages throughout Sweden.
Getting Around Stockholm
By Public Transportation
The SL Public Transportation System is extensive and efficient with all different modes of transport. The metro system is often referred to as “the world’s longest art gallery” and is very popular among both locals and tourists.
Stockholm is a great city to cycle around and explore – especially in the summer months. Bike lanes cover the entirety of the city and are well marked and efficient. Areas like the Old Town are best explored on foot.
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