How to Get to Stockholm
By air: Stockholm has two airports: Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Sweden. It is located about 40 km (25 mi) north of Stockholm and serves as a hub for Scandinavian Airlines. Stockholm-Bromma Airport is located about 8 km (5.0 mi) west of Stockholm.
By Water: Stockholm has regular ferry lines to Helsinki and Turku in Finland (commonly called "Finlandsfarjan"); Tallinn, Estonia; Riga, Latvia, Åland islands and to Saint Petersburg. The large Stockholm archipelago is served by the archipelago boats of Waxholmsbolaget (owned and subsidized by Stockholm County Council).
By Road: Stockholm is at the junction of the European routes E4, E18 and E20. A half-completed motorway ring road exists on the south, west and north sides of the City Centre. The northern section of the ring road opened for traffic in 2015 while the final subsea eastern section is being discussed as a future project. A bypass motorway for traffic between Northern and Southern Sweden, Förbifart Stockholm, is currently being built. The many islands and waterways make extensions of the road system both complicated and expensive, and new motorways are often built as systems of tunnels and bridges.
By Inter-city trains: Stockholm Central Station has train connections to many Swedish cities as well as to Oslo, Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark. The popular X 2000 service to Gothenburg takes three hours. Most of the trains are run by SJ AB.
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