The Vasa Museum on the island of Djurgården contains an original warship from the 17th century as an exhibit. Skansen, an open air museum with a zoo and aquarium, is also located on Djurgården island. Over 150 buildings from all over Sweden were rebuilt here and give visitors an impression of the traditional architectural styles from various parts of the country. Altogether there are 150 museums in Stockholm. The National Museum houses Sweden`s most significant art collection. The Stockholm Card not only provides you with free admission to the numerous museums and the royal castle, but you can also use all public transportation in the greater Stockholm area for free, including the boat lines.
Name: Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)
Location: approx. 45 km of the city centre
Name: Stockholm Skavsta Airport (NYO)
Location: approx. 106 km south of Stockholm and 7 km northwest of Nyköping
All information is subject to change.
|by train||from/to Stockholm city centre
|approx. 20 min.||200 SEK|
|by bus||from/to Stockholm city centre,
airport bus, every 10 min.
|approx. 40 min.||95 SEK
Retour: 170 SEK
|by taxi||from/to Stockholm city centre||approx. 45 min.||approx. 400 SEK|
from 4 days each
max. 400 SEK