Transportation to and within Stockholm is simple and fast. Stockholm is little more than a two-hour flight away from major European cities like London and Paris. Visit Stockholm is the official visitors bureau of Stockholm

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By air
Stockholm has four international airports, all with good connections to the city center. The largest, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is one of the top-ten airports in Europe in terms of on-time performance, while Stockholm-Bromma airport is conveniently close to downtown.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Bromma Airport Stockholm
Stockholm Skavsta Airport
Stockholm-Västerås Airport
By rail
High-speed trains are green travel alternatives for getting to and from Stockholm. The Öresund Bridge connects Sweden to Denmark and the rest of Europe, making the train journey faster.
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By road
Stockholm is easy accessible following the E4, E20 and E18 highways.
Congestion charge
There is a congestion charge on weekdays between 06:00-18:29. Road toll cameras register all vehicles and an invoice is sent to the vehicle owner at the end of the month. Each trip in or out from Stockholm's inner city costs 11-45 SEK, depending on the time of day. The maximum amount per day per vehicle is SEK 135.
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By boat / Travel to and from the ports
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Several major ferry lines serve the countries around the Baltic Sea, and Stockholm's harbors are centrally located. Stockholm is also a popular cruise destination and every year around 300 cruise liners from all over the world put in to the city. The approach through the beautiful Stockholm archipelago with its 30,000 islands is an experience in itself.
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Travel to and from the Stockholm Archipelago
Stockholm archipelago consist of some 30 000 islands, islets and skerries. Visit the archipelago to experience the unspoiled nature, clean air and unparalleled beauty of the sea!
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Photo: Henrik Trygg, Visit Stockholm  

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