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Transportation - Getting Around in Stockholm - Sweden

Buses - Stockholm


Buses are operated daily from 6am till 12am with night buses running some limited routes after that.
Trams are disappearing from the city, however the Djurgårdslinjen or tram 7 is quite useful for tourists as it passes many city sights. A single tram ticket costs SKr25.

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Driving Tips - Stockholm

Driving Tips

With strict speed limits and scattered over 14 islands, Stockholm is not an easy place to drive. Petrol prices are extremely high and there are so many driving restrictions that tourists are better off using public transport or limousines.
For information on parking, check out www.carpark.se...

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From the Airport - Stockholm

From the Airport

Arlanda Airport, Stockholm’s main international airport (with 4 terminals), is Sweden’s largest and busiest airport. It is situated 40 kms(25 m) north of the city. There are several possibilities to go to and from the airport.   Taxis – Major taxi companies ply on a fixed price basis...

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Limousines - Stockholm


There are a few very good limousine services available in the city that provide chauffeured limousines and are great when you are in a hurry or want to travel in style.

Telephone: (08) 222 280
Website: www.limousineservice.se
Typical Charges:...

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Metro - Stockholm


Stockholm has an extensive network of metros, commuter trains, buses and trams that are operated by the Storstockholms Lokaltrafik.
The metro or tunnelbana is the heart of the system with trains running daily from 5am till 1am and even later at the weekends. The metro is linked with the...

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Taxi - Stockholm


Taxis can easily be hailed on the street or ordered from one of the various companies operating in the city. There are also some computer/radio cabs that can be ordered online and they accept all major credit cards as means of payment.

Taxi Stockholm
Telephone: (08) 150 000,...

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