Stockholm, the capital of Sweden
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Getting around From Stockholm, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
Stockholm city guide
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden
Reach Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden, by an early morning train from Copenhagen (5h15 trip). This stunningly beautiful city is built on 14 islands and is surrounded by hundreds of rocky islets. Its location on the shores of the Baltic Sea contributes to extreme seasonal variations, from frozen lakes in winter to peaceful evenings in summer.
Being surrounded by water, the city offers a feel of adventure to all those who visit it. Start your day in historical streets of the charming Gamla Stan and watch the Changing the Guard Ceremony at the Royal Castle. Continue to Södermalm Island to shop in Stockholm’s designers’ and fashion boutiques around Nytorget square. Stockholm’s unique appeal is one of the reasons why it is more and more popular among tourists. Matching other charismatic European destinations, Stockholm has a vibrant cultural scene, with exhibitions, museums and concerts. Lose yourself in the Nationalmuseum to see a superb collection of works dating from the medieval period to the 20th century.
After enjoying a fika (coffee break) with a cinnamon bun, you can relax at the Strandvägen waterfront or on the rooftop of the Kulturhuset.
Go to Drottninggatan, a pedestrian street in the city centre where you will find fashionable shops, design and souvenir shops and department stores.
Stockholm Visitors Board
Vasagatan 14, 103 25 Stockholm
Tel: +46 (0)8-508 28 508
The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.
Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Stockholm.
While trains are the convenient way to travel in Europe, planes are essential for bringing you from overseas. Major European cities are annexed to airports hubs, while important cities or towns are served by regional airports. Stockholm is annexed to Sweden.
Stockholm railway station(s)
Stockholm Central Train Station
Address: Klarabergsviadukten 72 111 64 StockholmOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 1:15am
Saturday and Sunday: 5am to 2:15am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (SJ 2000), Arlanda Express, Intercity trains, SJ commuter rail, Stockholm commuter rail (SL)
Tourist Information Office, Assistance for disabled persons, Lost and found, Business lounge & Waiting rooms, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency Exchange, Bank and Public Phone cabins.
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN)Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) comprises of four terminals (2, 3, 4 and 5) and it’s located around 42 km north from central Stockholm, close to both cities of Marsta and Sigtuna in the province of Uppland. The airport has its own train station called Arlanda Central Station. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need when travelling to, from and around the airport to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
Interactive Rail Map
Nearby and easily reachable by train
Main cities in Sweden
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- "Not Good" Wing Kin c. 16/11/2013
The children from the other family is playing in the corridor and no crew to stop them.
- "A wonderful journey" Lik Fang g. 29/10/2013
We took the night train from Stockholm to Narvik and return to Stockholm the same way. Both of the trip we were lucky enough to be transferred to another room to ourselves as the room we booked is too cramp with full occupant. The train coordinator was also very helpful and super friendly! It really add colours to our trip!
- "Stockholm to Oslo" Douglas w. 13/09/2013
The ride from Stockholm to Oslo was very nice. We enjoyed the travel through the countryside seeing new things. Arrival in Oslo was on time. We wished that the windows would have been cleaned for better picture taking. In addition, there could have been a greater selection of food items available for purchase.
- "My opinion" Youssef e. 08/09/2013
Very convenient from Copenhaguen To Stockholm Little bit expensive considering the confort on board. Very clean but I think it's time to change the floor lining. Some disturbance with people using their phone.
- "Paper tickets in 2013?" Miguel c. 01/09/2013
The only thing strange was the paper tickets requirement. You should have some sort of eletronic ticket to deliver bey email to the customer.
- "From Norway to Sweden" Man Wai Erik l. 30/08/2013
Train left Oslo and reached Stockholm on time
- "Too much delay" Ka Ming Raymond l. 12/08/2013
The train was older than I expected. The worst thing was that the train arrived at Stockholm 30 minutes later than scheduled. This is inferior when compared with trains in Japan and Taiwan (Although I've similar experience in Britain).
- "A fast and comfortable journey" Ka Ming Raymond l. 12/08/2013
The train was quite modern and comfortable and was essentially on time.
- "comfort and quiet" Tat Man l. 10/08/2013
it would be great if we can book our seat instead of being assigned. our family of 4 was seated separately, though not far away.
- "Carmis Review" Yohanan c. 07/08/2013
The main problem was we were siting opposite the direction of the train ride. After five hours you get a headach. Other than that it was a pleasent journey .
- "Not so first class" . 07/08/2013
My family and I traveled 'first class' from Stockholm to Oslo. The seats were comfortable And had more space than coach but the A/C didn't work. We had to keep a window Open to get some air flow... Until it rained. The Coach car was cooler. Food in the cafe was ok but they had a limited menu. I wasn't expecting The Orient Express but I do expect better than coach when paying a premium.
- "First-timers" Margaret m. 08/07/2013
This is the first time we have taken a train across Scandinavia. The trip from Stockholm to Oslo was comfortable, adequately fast, and economical - all exactly what we wanted! It was wonderful to be able to get hot food and wine on board, too.
- "Reliable traffic" Oi Man f. 05/07/2013
Railway is simply the most important and reliable transport in Europe!
- "Stockholm to Oslo" Margaret w. 18/06/2013
This was a very pleasant method to travel from Sweden to Norway. We enjoyed the comfort, wifi, and the scenery.
- "Only way to travel" David Grant n. 01/11/2012
Stockholm to Copenhagen by train is the only way to travel. Comfortable and far less hassle than flying.