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The capital and the pride of Sweden, Stockholm is known as the second most prolific tech in the world that attracts the most innovative people of all corners from the world. Approximately 14 islands make up the inner city. They are connected by 50 bridges on Lake Malaren which flows into the Baltic Sea passing the Stockholm archipelago.
Stockholm is a cosmopolitan city that features both classical and contemporary architecture, as well as, a captivating Old Town, Gamla Stan. Over 60% of the city territory is made up of waterways and green spaces. Air quality is fourth best of the European capitals - behind Zurich, Copenhagen and Vienna.
Stockholm Public Transport, SL, manages the bus, metro, train and tram networks, as well as, certain ferry lines in Greater Stockholm.
The Stockholm Underground is the easiest way to get around the city. Three main lines with different colours form the rapid transit system and serve around 100 stations all over the city. However, there are seven actual routes with different termini. The Stockholm Underground is also known as the longest art gallery in the world, as more than 90 stations showcase artworks by different artists.
Three regular light rail lines serve the city and one tram line that connects you with popular attractions like the Vasa Museum and Skansen. The regional and intercity trains run from Stockholm to other cities including Uppsala, Eskilstuna, Linkoping, Gavle and Vasteras.
The red buses provide regular services in Stockholm, while the blue inner city buses serve large parts of the city area. Suburban blue buses are mostly feeder lines that run between the suburbs and the public transport hubs in the city. For tourists, the bus #69 might be interesting as it runs to Djurgarden and it's an excellent way to discover Stockholm. It's important to note that many inner-city buses run on eco-friendly fuels.
Stockholm taxis are quite expensive, so locals avoid them and use public transport instead. Usually, tourists and business travellers use Stockholm taxi service to reach their hotels, so most of the taxi vehicles are parked around the Central Stations, as well as, at the airports.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) is the largest among the four airports that serve the city of Stockholm. This international airport is the main hub for arriving in the capital of Sweden. It is located 37 km north of Stockholm, and regular public transport options and Airlands airport taxi services are available.
The Arlanda Express is a high-speed train service that runs from Arlanda Airport to Stockholm Central Station, and the journey is around 20 minutes. Also, the commuter rail service that connects Stockholm with Uppsala makes a stop at the airport, as well. Several bus companies and coach operators provide regular services from the airport to Stockholm and the nearby cities. Arlanda airport taxis are available 24 hours a day at the taxi ranks.
For a fast and efficient transfer from Arlanda Airport to your destination, book a private Arlanda airport transfer with us. Enjoy the benefits of our all-inclusive airport taxi service and arrive at your accommodation in a private vehicle with a professional driver. Our service includes door-to-door transfer, luggage, meet and greet, flight monitoring, free cancellation and free waiting time. The cost of a private taxi from Arlanda Airport to Stockholm city centre is 71 EUR for three passengers.
Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA) serves mainly domestic and a few international flights. This airport is closest to the city, only 7.4 km northwest of the city centre. Buses number 110 and 152 connect Bromma Airport with the city centre, as well as, several coaches that run to different destinations. Bromma airport taxis are available at the designated area. You can book a private Bromma airport transfer in advance, as well. The taxi fare from Bromma Airport to Stockholm city centre is 59 EUR for a sedan car.
Stockholm Skavsta Airport (NYO) is an international airport near Nykoping, around 100 km of Stockholm. It handles low-budget airlines, and it is the fifth-busiest airport in Sweden. Regular airport coaches run from Skavsta Airport to Stockholm every hour. Another way to reach the city is by a Skavsta airport taxi or a private airport transfers. The cost for a private transfer from Skavsta Airport to Stockholm is 165 EUR for three passengers.
Stockholm Vasteras Airport (VST) is a small international airport around 110 km from Stockholm County. The cost for a private Vasteras airport transfer to Stockholm is 183 EUR for a sedan car.