Hotell Haga

Hagagatan 29, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 47, Sweden
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Stockholm travel card

by sunshineonjesse

Is this worth getting for 48 hours ? I will arrive at the Arlanda airport Could I use this card to travel from airport to city ? I read that we need to transfer. Is that fairly easy ?

Re: Stockholm travel card

by marielexoteria

If by Stockholm travel card you mean the card provided by SL (www.sl.se) then you can use the local bus and trains to transfer from Arlanda to the city center (or anywhere in Stockholm for that matter), but it's not valid for the shuttle buses or the Arlanda Express.

Again, if you think you'll use public means a lot then get the card. Whether it's worth or not it's up to you.

Now, if you mean the Stockholm Card then read what they cover and do the math. They cover the public transportation so they cover the same area as SL.

About how to transfer: you can go with Arlanda Express, the shuttle buses or a combination of bus 583+train to Stockholm C. See my Stockholm page, transportation tips for more information.

Re: Stockholm travel card

by globetrott

the shuttle-bus will accept ONLY creditcards as a payment, cash is not accepted !

Re: Stockholm travel card

by sunshineonjesse

I meant Stockholm card for 48 hours for 525 Sek.

If I have this card, how can I use transportation from Arlanda ? Approximately for how long. I think Arlanda Express is good but it is kinda dear !

Re: Stockholm travel card

by marielexoteria

Well if you have that card when you get on the local bus (ie: you pick it up at the airport), you just show it to the bus driver and at the person working at the train station.

Now this is a copy/paste from my transportation tip: "[...] take bus 583 towards Märsta Station and there you take the commuter train to Stockholm." It takes about 1 hour to get to Stockholm's central station.

Right now Arlanda Express has a 2-for-1 deal where 2 people travel for 280SEK if you travel on certain periods, as of "Weekend/Campaign price: Go 2 for 280 SEK!
Applies Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and certain campaign periods, such as summer and Christmas. See all our fares for more information.
Applies when two adults travel together, single journey. Bring up to four children 0-17 yrs for free."
Source: http://www.arlandaexpress.com/textpage.aspx?page=58.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Where to buy tickets

by Calcio

You can buy tickets in advance at www.ticnet.se and then pick them out wherever you want in Sweden. For all AIK-games, and most of the games with Djurgården too, you’ll be able to buy tickets at the stadium on matchdays. It won’t be sold out.
Could be worse doing that with Hammarby, at least if you want a good seat. But in you’ll get, if not in another way then you can always buy a ticket on the black market.
Those bastards aren’t better than in Italy though, so be prepared to get tricked…

You absolutely must walk...

by Eberhard

You absolutely must walk around and discover the city. To take a bicycle is an option, as especially in the outskirts there are dedicated bicycle roads everywhere. The normally follow the waterline Södermalm (the South city), Norrmalm in the North (the business area), Kungsholmen and the three Islands in between: Gamla Stan (the ancient city), Skeppsholmen and Djurgarden. My fondest memory will be “Sigtuna” and the area around. In the year 980 this little village was the capital of Sweden. Plenty of “runes” (not ruins) are witnesses of that time. A beautiful the combination of lakes, land, forest and houses. And so peaceful. I could have stayed in this area much longer, even though nothing else was going on. Sigtuna has also the smallest town hall in Europe (or Northern Europe?)

Take in the beauty of this...

by worldtrekker

Take in the beauty of this city. Here I was crossing a bridge to Gamla Stan. On the left is the Riksdagshuset (parliament building). Behind the Norrbron bridge is the Museum of Medieval Stockholm. Both the parliament and the museum are located on an island called Helgeandsholmen.

Well measurement

by sim1


The history of Stockholm
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Well measurement


Nowadays you can see the old Stock Exchange on the Stortorget (the big square in the Gamla Stan), but this used to be the place for Stockholm’s city hall. The Stortorget was the natural centre for the people in old Stockholm. At one time this was the actual hub of which all distances were measured. You can still see on stones alongside the old main roads in Sweden the distance to the well at Stortorget.

The Royal Guards

by Pieter11

Of course in every monarchy you will see Royal Guards in front of the Royal Palace. In London they are good: not moving at all or reacting to the tourists. In Copenhagen, Athens or Prague they are a bit worse: you can see them looking a you, or even see that they are bored by their work.

But in Stockholm I've seen the worst Royal Guards ever. The teenagers that play guards here really don't care about their appearance at all. They are talking to eachoher, laughing, looking after girls: not scary at all! The only thing that remembers you of the fact that they really are Guards, are their uniforms. At least the uniforms are nice!

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