HOW TO GET TO SWEDEN: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
Sweden’s main airport is Stockholm Arlanda. Obviously most of the intercontinental flights that connect Sweden to the rest of the world depart and arrive from this airport. Furthermore, flights to and from the main European destinations depart and arrive from here. Stockholm also has two other smaller airports, Bromma, which is specializes in domestic flights, and Skavsta (Nyköping), where many low cost airlines land, but which is located about 100 km south of Stockholm.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines is the Swedish flag carrier. SAS operates connecting flights to the main cities in Sweden via Stockholm. Most domestic flights depart from Arlanda, north of Stockholm, where you can fly directly to all Swedish airports.
Other important international airports in Sweden are those of Gothenburg-Landvetter, which is the second most important in the country. Another important airport is Malmö airport. Both airports are connected to the main European capitals and tourist destinations.
For those visiting southern Sweden it may be interesting to consider flights arriving at Copenhagen’s Danish airport.
Internal Flights: SAS Scandinavian Airlines is the national carrier. SAS operates connecting flights to major cities in Sweden through Stockholm. Most domestic flights depart from Arlanda airport, north of Stockholm, where you can fly directly to all airports in Sweden.
Official website of Stockholm Airport.
HOW TO GET TO SWEDEN: FERRIES
International Transport: In addition to the bridge and tunnel on the Öresund, Sweden is connected by ferries with Denmark which connect the Swedish city of Gothenburg and the Danish city of Frederikshavn. Germany is connected to Sweden by ferries operating between Travemunde, near Luebeck, and the Swedish city of Malmö. Another Swedish port connected by ferries to Germany is Trelleborg from where ferries to / from Sassnitz (Mukran) and Rostock depart and arrive. Ferries to Poland leave from the nearby town of Ystad, connecting Sweden to the Polish port of Swinoujscie, located north of Szczecin. From the port of Stockholm there are connections with Tallinn in Estonia, Saint Petersburg in Russia, Riga in Latvia, and with Helsinki, Turku and the Åland islands in Finland.
Internal Transport: There are regular ferries that connect the ports of Oskarshamn and Nynäshamn with the city of Visby on the island of Gotland.
HOW TO GET TO SWEDEN: TRAINS
International Transport: The connections with the rest of Europe are guaranteed through the bridge and tunnel in the Strait of Öresund that connect Sweden to Denmark. The Swedish railway network is also connected with Norway, especially in the north, in Lapland with the Norwegian city of Narvik. In the center with the Norwegian city of Trondheim and in the south with the capital Oslo. Finland is also connected to the Swedish rail network.
Internal Transport: The country has an efficient railway network which crosses the whole country and covers over 11,000 km. The Swedish railway network is managed by a few large railway operators: SJ, Tågkompaniet, BK tag, LINX, Connex and Inlandsbanan.
HOW TO GET TO SWEDEN: BUS
International Transport: The country is well connected by regular and frequent bus services with neighboring countries and with the rest of the European countries.
Internal Transport: The country has an excellent network of express bus services between the largest cities and towns in central and southern Sweden, and between Stockholm and the cities in the north.
The climate of Sweden.