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Sweden is located in the central part of Scandinavia, in the most northern part of Europe with a population of more than ten million. The country attracts millions of international tourists due to its spectacular landmarks, vibrant cultural scene, and gorgeous natural beauties. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit lovely Sweden and buy your cheap flight ticket to Sweden today!


Located among 14 lakes in northern Scandinavia, Sweden inspires guests with spectacular trips to the beautiful Scandinavian nature and culture. Pegasus flights from Istanbul to Sweden are scheduled towards the largest airport near the capital Stockholm Arlanda International Airport (ARN). Pegasus also has direct flights from Antalya to Stockholm during peak season.

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Direct flights to Stockholm take 3 hours and 40 minutes from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, while Antalya-Stockholm flights take 4 hours and 5 minutes in both directions. Situated 40 km to the north of the capital and 37 km to the south of Uppsala, the airport lies between two cities in the province of Uppsala. Arlanda Airport has four terminals both for international and domestic/regional flights. Terminals 2 and 5 are used for international air transport. Being the largest hub for passengers in Sweden, Stockholm Arlanda Airport hosts thousands of passengers every day. You can check Pegasus Airlines booking options for affordable flights from Stockholm to Istanbul.

Transportation from Airport to Stockholm

Stockholm is 42 kilometers away from the airport. You can directly reach the city center after a 40-minute drive on the E4 motorway if you prefer driving. For non-residential passengers of Pegasus Airlines, it is recommended to hop on the Airport Express train or take a scheduled bus to Stockholm Central Station. You can go downstairs to Terminals 2 and 4 to catch the Airport Express. The train departs from Arlanda North and Arlanda South Stations and takes 20 minutes to get to the city center. Stockholm C or the Central Station is the final destination in the capital.

As a cheaper option, the Pendeltåg train or J40/SL Länstrafik will connect you to Uppsala and Stockholm C. This option takes 38 minutes to get to the capital, and there is a train every half an hour. If you are looking for a more economical way, Flygbussarna will take you to Cityterminalen from Arlanda via a bus trip. It departs every 10 minutes on weekdays but takes 45 minutes to get to the city center of Stockholm. For weekend schedules, you can check Flygbussarna timetables on their website.

Public Transport in Sweden

The public transport scheme is well-structured and well-equipped with many buses, trains, and taxis. Each city, like Stockholm and Malmö, may have different public transport networks to make both locals and travelers move safely even in wintertime.

Intercity Travel in Sweden

The south, the north, and the west of Sweden require different traveling schemes due to weather conditions and landscape characteristics. You can easily travel to the south of Sweden by train. The north is not convenient for railway services because many lines are closed due to the loss of passenger rates. Intercommuter travel is usually done by buses on the same route as previous railroads. Domestic flights are also possible for Pegasus connections from Stockholm toward northern destinations. You can find direct trains and frequent buses from Stockholm to Malmö and Skane. It is recommended to visit Swedish Transport Agency web pages for transport services in Sweden and booking links.

A single ticket costs 37 SEK plus 120 SEK for airport charges. Youngsters below 18 years of age are exempt from the airport charge. SL Access Card has different schemes and discount options.

How to buy train/bus ticket in Sweden?

In Stockholm, you can buy train and bus tickets at the airport, in the kiosk near the escalators. You can purchase tickets either in kiosks or vending machines for public transport in the city center. It is also possible to book and pay for commuting bus tickets online.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

SL Access Card is a cost-effective instrument for travelers who want to stay a week or longer in Sweden. You can upload money to your card and use it for several people at once. This travelcard is also known as the daily card, which allows you to transfer to different destinations. A travel card amounts to 155-405 SEK (2022) per person, varying from 24 hours to 7 day-scheme.

Where to Stay in Sweden?

Sweden is a popular tourism destination that attracts millions of international tourists every year and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors, especially in its capital and most influential city Stockholm.

If you are visiting Stockholm for the first time, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels around the “Gamla Stan” neighborhood since you will be walking distance away from Stockholm’s most popular historical and cultural attractions. There are also dozens of top-tier restaurants, cafes, and shops in the neighborhood.

Malmö, the third-largest city in Sweden, also has many great accommodation options. If you are planning to explore Malmö and its amazing modern and cultural attractions, you can stay in hotels located around the “Gamla Väster” neighborhood.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Sweden and you can book a hotel easily through our website.



Top things to do in Sweden

There are many amazing unique things you can enjoy in Sweden thanks to its natural wonders, marvelous landmarks, and top-tier museums. You will love being outdoors during your journey in Sweden with spectacular sceneries all around. We listed some of the things you can do in Sweden below if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Sweden Travel Guide.

  • Explore Gamla Stan: Gamla Stan is the old town of Stockholm where it is possible for you to find many fascinating landmarks and spectacular sceneries as well.
  • Have a Royal Canals Tour: Stockholm is made of 14 islands with the sea running between them. Participating in a canal tour is one of the most fun things you can do in Stockholm.
  • Vasa Museum Tour: Vasa Museum is one of the most-visited naval museums in the world. The museum displays a 17th century warship with almost all of its original pieces intact and is located in the eastern part of Stockholm.
  • Visit the Royal Palace: The Royal Palace is home to five different museums and is the iconic symbol of Stockholm. While the palace is still in use for Swedish royalty and government, visitors can still enjoy its remarkable artifacts.
  • Fotografiska: Fotografiska in Stockholm is one of the most prominent contemporary photography exhibitions in the world with four unique large exhibitions accompanied by twenty smaller ones. The place is also home to a top-notch restaurant that has a spectacular view of the city.
  • Take a Day Trip to Drottningholm Palace: Drottningholm Palace is the UNESCO World Heritage listed architectural marvel of Stockholm. The palace has many magnificent artifacts, well-preserved theatres, a spectacular garden and many more.

You can visit our detailed Stockholm Travel Guide to learn more about the city and its attractions.

Car Rental in Sweden

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Sweden for business or leisure.


Airports in Sweden

We use Stockholm Arlanda Airport for our flights in Sweden. 

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) is located 40 kilometers away from Stockholm city center. You can get to the city center with train, direct bus, taxi, and rental car. Express trains are the most convenient option to get to Stockholm city center since they are fast and frequent with 21-minute intervals.

We listed some useful side notes about Sweden for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Sweden

  • Sweden has one of the most well-connected and convenient public transport systems in the world. It is recommended for you to obtain a traveler’s card to enjoy its attractions thoroughly with reduced transportation expenses.
  • Some parts of Sweden are well above the Arctic Circle that exhibit less than three hours of daylight in winters but it is compensated during summers with longer hours of daylight.
  • While packing for your Sweden trip, keep in mind that Sweden is one of the coldest countries to be in during winters.
  • Sweden is an expensive country to visit with higher accommodation, food, and sightseeing costs in comparison to other popular European destinations.
  • Most Swedish stores charge their customers for plastic bags to encourage recycling and reduce waste.
  • It is customary to leave %10 tips in restaurants and cafés in Sweden.
  • Most locals in Sweden prefer to drink from tap water since it is clean and fresh.
  • While Swedish is the official and most spoken language of the country, almost everyone in Sweden can speak and understand English.
  • Although Sweden is a member of the European Union, the country uses Swedish Krona as its currency instead of Euro.
  • Sweden is a safe country to visit with very low petty and violent crime rates.
  • Sweden is planning to become a cashless society in the future and some stores already do not accept payments with cash.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +46

Stockholm Arlanda Airport Number: +46 10 109 10 00

Official Tourism Information Number for Stockholm: +46 (0)8-508 28 508

Emergency Number: 112


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