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Spread over 14 islands, Sweden’s capital city of Stockholm is known to locals as ‘beauty on water’. Visitors who search for cheap flights to Stockholm with Netflights have some visual treats and memorable cultural experiences in store. Bridges and ferries connect the islands into a seamless whole. Historic palaces rub shoulders with legendary Swedish design, and traditional cuisine goes way beyond meatballs and crispbread.

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The colours of spice

The primary impression for the visitor flying in to Stockholm is the remarkable colour of the buildings throughout the city. Every shade of ochre, mustard and saffron blend into an overall picture of mellow tranquility. The Old Town, Gamla Stan, is one of the best preserved medieval city centres in Europe. You can find yourself from airport arrival lounge to exploring the tiny cobbled streets in the blink of an eye.

Stockholm’s hidden history

The Royal Palace is a top favourite for most visitors flying into the city but there are plenty of lesser known cultural curiosities. The Nobel Museum focuses on the Nobel Prize, the Nordic Museum explores the cultural history of Sweden, while the ABBA Museum is, for lovers of pop culture, irresistible.

Taste of the north

With Netflights’ expertise in Stockholm flights and finding the best deals for last-minute and cheap flights to Stockholm, you can soon be enjoying all this as well as tucking in to some traditional Swedish fried herring or ärtsoppa och pannkakor (pea soup and pancakes). For the more modern minded, Stockholm is a world centre for the latest foodie trends, so there’s no problem finding the latest 2024 / 2025 food fad, whether açaï breakfast bowls, vegan pizza or truffle cheeseburgers.

When to go

Flights to Stockholm bring you almost into midnight sun territory. In July and August, the sun sets only to reappear an hour later. This explains why July and August are top visitor months, and the most expensive. Summer temperatures average 24 – 27 degrees Celsius, so it’s never too hot.

The shoulders of the season can also be wonderful times for sightseeing. In April/May or September/October, the colours of nature are captivating in this green city, and it’s still warm enough to enjoy a hot chocolate in the open air.

In winter, although there is snow on the ground and sub-zero temperatures, all the main visitor attractions remain open. It can be a good time to book flights to Stockholm, and certainly the most economical. Why not try your luck and look for a last-minute flight?

Airports and airlines

Netflights is here to turn your Stockholm dream into a return flight reality. Search for cheap flights to Stockholm by entering your departure airport and destination, and then optimise your search by date, time, preferred airline and direct flights or stopovers. To bag a bargain, search around three months in advance when prices are at their lowest, and leave the date flexible.

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

This is the city’s main international airport, 40 kilometres north of the city centre. UK carriers for Arlanda Stockholm flights include Air France, British Airways, KLM, Norwegian Air International and Scandinavian Airlines. There are plenty direct flights; others have stopovers in Gothenburg or Oslo. You can fly direct from London and Manchester with indirect flights available from Birmingham and other UK airports. View more flights to Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

Getting around the airport

This large international airport has four terminals. Terminals three and four cater for domestic air traffic while international flights use Terminals two and five. One of these is likely to be your touch-down destination. The airport is undergoing a major expansion programme. Currently there is a four to six-minute walk between the two international terminals and the Sky City hub where you can find onward transport.

Getting to the city from the airport

The Arlanda Express train departs from the airport for the city centre every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes through the night. The trip takes 20 minutes to arrive at Platform One or Two at Stockholm Central Station. This makes flying to Stockholm and arriving at your destination an easy journey. Airport coaches also go to the city centre, with tickets available online or at bus stop ticket machines.

Don’t forget before you fly

There are no visa or other special documents required to fly to Stockholm from the UK. Just remember your return flights tickets, passport and some Swedish Krona (one Krona is roughly 10p, so approximately 10 Krona to one Pound).
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