General Information, Stockholm
By aeroplane seemed to be the quickest way but from London there are ferry's,,,
walking ,,, if you have an aversion to this then taxi is an option though Stockholm town is not that large compared to other major cities
from the airport ARLANDA there is a bus and a train to the center.
the BUS is SEK 70,-- (one way per pax) and it takes you 40 minutes to the center (leaves every 10 minutes).
the TRAIN is SEK 140,-- (one way per pax) and takes 20 minutes to go.
public transport in Stockholm is quite good. there is also a HOP ON - HOPP OFF! has 15 stops:
it is SEK 130,-- per person
1. Sweden House
2. Fjäderhom Boats
3. VASA Museum - A MUST
4. Skansen - open air museum
6. Sturplan - shopping center
7. Stockholm Palace with Palace Church
8. Fjällgatan - vantage point
9. Slussen - ship locks
10. Mynttorget - parliament
11. Sightseeing boats
12. Gustav Adolf Square - Opera House
13. City Hall
14. Mälren Boats - boats for Drottingholm palace
15. Central Station
Arlanda airport is an international airport near Stockholm. There you can get from many european countries. From Finland you can travel to Stockholm by ferry.
The subway net is relly clear and easy to use. Ticket costs 20 SEK. Also the buses and trams are really easy transports and cheap. And it is easy to find the right one! Maybe the best way is after all to walk, because then you get to see more of the beautiful city.
To get to Stockholm from abroad you can take a plane to Arlanda airport and from there you can take either bus or train in to Stockholm.
While your in Stockholm the best way to get around is either walking or taking the subway. There are also lots of cabs here.
We arrived in Stockholm by the Arlanda airport, but a lot of people arrive in Stockholm by ferry.
You can get around by feet or you can also use the nice ferrys which are not that expensive!