Hotell Aldoria

Sankt Eriksgatan 38, Stockholm, Stockholm, 112 34, Sweden
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Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by ddschur

We will be arriving ARN in August and was wondering whether there are any ATM's easily accessible to get Swedish currency?

I would rather use a bank atm vs. some currency exchange outfit.

Thank you in advance for any help/advice you can provide.

Re: Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by HansDK

There are ATMs in terminal 2/4/5 and SkyCity

Re: Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by marielexoteria

There are ATM:s (here called Bankomat) at terminals 2, 4, and 5 and in Sky City (between terminals 4 and 5). Here's a picture of where the ATM machines are: (site in Swedish but you'll get the idea).

There's also 2 banks in Sky City: SEB ( SEB) and Handelsbanken ( Handelsbanken).

Re: Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by ddschur

First, thank you for the respnse.

The link image says that you may "withdraw cash in USD and Euro's"????

I am a bit confused...I would want SEK.


Re: Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by HansDK

It actually says: SEK and EUR

Re: Arlanda Airport...ATM location?

by ddschur

Yes, when I saw the Swedish version it did indicate SEK or google translation on the webpage indicated Euro and USD...thanks for the clarification!

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Stockholm is one of the coziest capitals...

by Jim70563

I love the fact that I feel like I am in a small city, no matter where I am. The people are not in a rush. The car drivers are for the most part polite. You can walk along a harbor, see museums, walk in narrow cobblestoned streets, climb the Stadhuset tower, take a boat ride, eat a picnic...all within a mile of Gamla Stan.

Perfect city for walks with your family.

Public Parks and Gardens

by emilienoelle

Among the things that I loved about Stockholm were its many public parks and gardens. These were meticulously maintained and gorgeous--all of them. They all had public caf?s and restrooms for people to use, and they were all packed with people walking and relaxing and spending time with their families. It's amazing how such a simple thing can make such an impression. If you have time when you're in Stockholm go to a park and have a coffee in one of their caf?s. It will make you really feel like you're on vacation--even if you're not.

Stockholm is really really...

by Vilhelmiina

Stockholm is really really beautiful city. The Old Town especially has a really special atmosphere. When visiting Stockholm you should absolutely make a long walks around it to the Old Town and Centre.

Growth of Stockholm

by sim1

The history of Stockholm
Growth of Stockholm

Pest and cholera was the reason of many deaths in Stockholm area in the early 18th century. More then a fifth of the inhabitants in the growing capital died the terrible death of pest during September and October 1710. Cholera killed thousand of people in 1836 and 1854. Despite of the catastrophes Stockholm kept growing fast due to the industrializing and urbanization. New industries like Bolinder (later Volvo tractors and trucks), LM Ericsson (later Ericsson) was founded and they gave many people working opportunities.

Taler du Svenska?

by Arial_27

SWEDISH SPEAKERS: If you want to test your Swedish proficiency, visit:

NON- SWEDISH SPEAKERS: Although most people you meet in Sweden speak pretty good English, it's always fun to learn a few useful words and phrases of the country you're'll see it'll be well appreciated.

1. Hej (HEY)= hello

2. Tack (TUCK)= Thank you

3. Varsågad (VAR-SHOW-GOED) = You're welcome

4. Sverige/Svenska (SVER-EE-YA / SVEN-SKA) = Sweden/Swedish

5. Engelska (ENG-EL-SKA) = English

6. Hur mycket är klockan (HOOR MEE-KET ER KLOCK-AN) = What time is it?

7. Var är toaletten? (VAHR ER TOL-ETTAN)= Where are the washrooms?

8. Hejdå (HEY-DOE) = Goodbye

9. Hur går det (HOOR GORE DET)= How's it going?

10. Jag heter ___ (YOG HETER)= My name is_____

11. Var kommer du i från? (VAR KOMMER DOO EE-FRON) = Where do you come from?

12. Jag taler inte svenska (YOG TALLER EEN-TEH SVEN-SKA)= I don't speak Swedish


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