Travel to Stockholm

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19th of August 2017

Stockholm offers you different means of transport that will take anywhere you want to go around the city including throughout its surrounding cities. In this section you are provided with general idea about A Coruna’s transportation.

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Trains. There are three lines in the Stockholm commuter rail system. There are two long lines across the county which run through central Stockholm: route J35 runs from Nynäshamn in the southeast to Bålsta in the northwest, and J36 connects Södertälje in the southwest with Märsta in the north. The shorter route J37 in the southwest connects Gnesta to Södertälje. The total track length of the system is 200 kilometers. There are 50 stations in this network, two of which are beyond the borders of Stockholm County. Eight stations connect with regional and long-distance trains, one connects with the light-rail tram system Tvärbanan, and three stations have access to the Stockholm metro.  Several stations are also important interchanges to local buses. Visit Trains in Stockholm.

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Buses. Stockholm has an extensive bus system which reaches areas the Tunnelbana does not. There are a vast number of bus lines in Stockholm County. There are three different kinds of bus lines that differ from regular bus lines.

The first kind is the inner-city blue bus lines and the second one is the suburban blue bus lines. The blue bus are in the inner city variant trunk lines traversing large parts of the Stockholm inner city, and in the suburban variant acting as important feeder lines between the suburbs and public transport hubs in central Stockholm, or providing crossway connections between suburbs. These are called blue bus lines because the buses that operate on them are painted blue, in contrast to the red color of the regular buses.

The third kind is the service bus lines which are especially adapted for elderly people, and are found in certain residential areas. Along some parts of these lines instead of regular bus stops there are areas where one can halt the bus just by waving at them.

There are also night buses in the early hours of the morning when the T-Bana or subway isn’t running, this night buses fill in for the sleeping trains. Visit Buses in Stockholm.

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Flight. Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is the largest and busiest of all three major airports, Stockholm-Bromma Airport and Stockholm-Skavsta Airport being the two other airports in the Stockholm City metropolitan area. Arlanda Airport serves as a major hub for Nextjet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines and Skyways Express. Intercontinental destinations are offered by Scandinavian Airlines to Chicago and Newark, Air China to Beijing, Ethiopian Airlines to Addis Ababa, Qatar Airways to Doha, Thai Airways International to Bangkok and Norwegian Air Shuttle to Dubai. In addition, various charter airlines such as TUIfly Nordic, Novair, Primera Air and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia offer nonstop charter services to various destinations, including outside Europe. Visit Flight to Stockholm.