Stockholm, Stockholm Arlanda (ARN), Sweden

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Facilities & infrastructure


Stockholm Arlanda Airport has two banks (in SkyCity), ATMs in each terminal and bureaux de change in Terminals 2, 5 and SkyCity.


A courier service and post office are available in SkyCity. Wireless internet is accessible throughout the airport and there are many public computers with internet access, including at the Sidewalk Express cafés in Terminals 2, 4, 5 and SkyCity. Fax machines can be found at Bagport in Terminal 5.


There are numerous restaurants, cafés and bars located throughout the terminals. These include a restaurant serving Swedish ‘tapas-style’ dishes in Terminal 5, a Cajun eatery in SkyCity and cafés in Terminals 2 and 3.


There is a large selection of shops at Stockholm Arlanda, including duty-free outlets in Terminals 2, 4 and 5. Most shops – which encompass gift retailers, fashion boutiques and newsagents – are concentrated in Terminal 5 and SkyCity.


A left-luggage service (tel: (08) 797 6228) is located at Bagport in Terminal 5 – a lost property service (tel: (08) 797 6080) for items found at the airport or on the aircraft can be found at the same location. Safety deposit boxes and lockers (in various sizes) are available in all terminals and Sky City.


There is a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, chapel, hairdresser, dry cleaner and fitness centre within the airport. Showers are available from the Rest and Fly hotel (tel: (08) 5505 5505; near Terminal 4 for a fee. Facilities for children include baby-change facilities, a nursery room and play areas.

Conference & Business

Business lounges with fax and photocopying machines are located in Terminal 5. Extensive meeting and conference facilities are available in the on-site Radisson Blu SkyCity Hotel (tel: (08) 5067 4000; and Clarion Hotel Arlanda (tel: (08) 444 1800;

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Visa & Immigration

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Hotel recommendations


From Scandinavian minimalism to plush and palatial, there’s no shortage of stylish sleeping spots in Stockholm.

Most cater to business travellers so prices drop by as much as 50% in the summer and many also offer generous weekend deals.

Scandic Grand Central

Kungsgatan 70
111 22 Stockholm
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Price: Expensive

Built in 1885, the imposing Scandic Grand Central, in the heart of Norrmalm, is effortlessly cool.

Birger Jarl

Tulegatan 8
104 32 Stockholm
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Price: Expensive

Named for Stockholm’s founding father, the Birger Jarl is a seriously stylish place to escape the crowds.


113 47 Stockholm
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Price: Moderate

The oldest guesthouse in Stockholm, Stallmästaregården boasts pretty rooms and a prettier setting next to the Royal Pavilion in Haga.

Mornington Bromma

Norrbyvägen 30
168 69 Stockholm
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Price: Cheap

A stylish budget option with cheerful modernist décor and a sunny breakfast terrace.

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Accessibility features

There is a good range of facilities for those with disabilities, including text telephones, lifts, wheelchair-accessible toilets and dedicated car parking spaces at long-term parking rates (except under SkyCity). Disabled travellers can request special services in advance through their airline when booking their ticket or from the airport itself prior to arrival.

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General information

Airport code: ARN

Number of Terminals: 4

Airport news

The 414-room Clarion Hotel Arlanda Airport opened in the airport’s SkyCity complex in late 2012.


The airport information desks (tel: (08) 797 6000) are located in Terminals 2, 4 and 5.

Transfer between Terminals

Shuttle buses provide a free transfer service between the terminals, the long-term car park and the Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel.

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    Getting around

    Public transport

    The Tunnelbana, or T-bana, metro system is the quickest way to get from A to B, although the bus service is also easy to use and a good way to explore Stockholm if you have time to spare. Trams are fewer, although the number seven, the Djurgårdslinjen, wends its way past many of the main sights. If you’re planning to rely on public transport, pick up a Stockholmskortet which lasts for one, two, three or five days and gives you unlimited travel on all routes as well as unlimited use of the city’s public bike scheme.


    Stockholm taxis are notoriously expensive but safe and easy to find. Hail one on the street or order from Taxi Stockholm (tel: (08) 150 000) or TaxiKurir (tel: (08) 300 000). Taxis have higher rates for evenings and weekends. Tips are usually included in the fare.