Stockholm
Stockholm

Stockholm

Come to Stockholm for a unique Swedish experience.

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Low-cost scheduled flights

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STOCKHOLM-ARLANDA

From 17/06/2019 to 09/08/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Explore the islands
Explore the islands
Stockholm is an archipelago made up of 24,000 islands! That’s what makes this destination so unique. Go island hopping and see how each place has its own unique identity and atmosphere. Some are more cultural, others more lively or historic. Find the one that best suits you. The islands are linked together by 50 bridges.
Take in the city’s stunning features
Take in the city’s stunning features
Because the city is broken up into lots of different islands, you’ll find the views are breathtaking. But for the best views, you need to take a boat trip. Sail between the different Swedish islands which are home to some of the city’s more unusual buildings. You also get fabulous views of Stockholm from the top of the City Hall Tower.
The Swedish Versailles
The Swedish Versailles
When you booked your plane ticket did you think you’d see somewhere as beautiful as Versailles? Well, Stockholm has a palace to rival Versailles. Drottningholm Palace is home to the Swedish royal family and parts of the palace are open to the general public. You can visit the galleries, library and Chinese pavilion. The exterior and interior décor are simply stunning.
Invigorating activities
Invigorating activities
There are lots of fun activities to do in Stockholm and the surrounding area. This aquatic city is ideal for sailing, fishing or kayaking. Or you can go on some great hikes in the scenic forests nearby. Head north towards Lapland to go skiing or go out on an incredible ice excursion.
Try Nordic cuisine
Try Nordic cuisine
When in Stockholm, why not try the local cuisine. There’s lots of fish, meat and fruit, and dishes are generally made from fresh, high-quality produce. Pickled herring, roasted reindeer and cranberry sauce are just some of the best local dishes. And you should finish off your meal with a slice of scrumptious strawberry or carrot cake.

To see / do

Culture and history

Stockholm’s fascinating history

Stockholm’s fascinating history

You’ll see so many extraordinary, historical monuments and landmarks in Stockholm. The Old Town, Gamla Stan, is particularly attractive. It’s home to both the cathedral and royal palace. But don’t just stay in the city’s historic centre. It’s also worth visiting other places of interest such as the City Hall and tower.

The beautiful palace

You must see the royal palace. It was built in the 12th century then almost entirely reconstructed in the 17th and 18th centuries. The palace rooms and galleries are all very opulent. Rococo style curves and scrolls can be seen in many of the rooms. The public also has access to the palace museums and royal treasury, both of which are well worth a visit. Cherry on the top: watching the Changing of the Guard!

Museum Island

Museum Island

There’s definitely no time to be bored in Stockholm! The Swedish capital keeps its visitors busy with tons of museums. There are quite a few on the island of Djurgården, which is why it’s called Museum Island.  Don’t miss out on The Vasa Museum, Nordic Museum and ABBA: The Museum. You want more? Skeppsholmen island is home to the Modern Art Museum and Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities.

Outings

Stroll around Saluhall market

You have to have a wander round Östermalmstorg market. This magnificent, red-brick building is one the most beautiful venues in Stockholm. The stalls are loaded with colourful, typically Swedish produce. Most of the meat, smoked fish, fruit and seasonal vegetables are organic and sourced locally.

Head to Gröna Lund

Head to Gröna Lund

Gröna Lund opened at the end of the 19th century and is still thrilling visitors today. It’s a fabulous amusement park with lots of different types of rides, some frightening, some more sedate. The park also has a large stage for hosting concerts.  So, if you want a bit of fun, head to Gröna Lund!

Gastronomy

Smörgås, a Swedish open sandwich

Smörgås, a Swedish open sandwich

Smörgåsare slices of bread covered in various spreads, cold cuts or vegetables. They’re eaten all over Stockholm and make the perfect snack when you’re on the go. The most popular Smörgås are made with smoked salmon and avocado. Only quality ingredients are used. There are many different types of Smörgås, so everyone will find at least one they love.

Kanelbulle: the perfect sweet treat

Delicious kanelbulle are one of the best things about Swedish cuisine. Kanelbulle are cinnamon rolls: sweet pastry made into a spiral and flavoured with cinnamon. They’re so good with a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate. The locals adore their kanelbulle.

Practical information

Flight duration

3h

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Currency

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Distance

2039 km

Average temperature

Spring

11°C (max 20°C)

Summer

16°C (max 23°C)

Autumn

4°C (max 10°C)

Winter

-1°C (max 4°C)

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