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Stockholm Arlanda Airport Bus

Stockholm Arlanda Airport Bus

Stockholm Arlanda Airport (IATA: ARN), commonly known as Arlanda, is an international airport in the Stockholm County region of Sweden, some 35 km north of central Stockholm.

Internationally, the airport is a hub for traffic to and from Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea region. Stockholm Arlanda currently has the strongest route network in this area − with a total of 180 different destinations, nationally and internationally. It manages more than 26 million passengers annually.

Table of Contents:

1.How to Check-in and Baggage Allowance
2.Bus Service from the Airport
3.Train Service from the Airport
4.Taking a Taxi
5.Renting a Private Car
6.Useful information

How To Check-in And Baggage Allowance

At Arlanda, you can check-in at an automated check-in machine, check-in counter or online check-in. If you are checking in via mobile or computer and wish to your baggage, you need to print the baggage tags at a self-service machine at the airport. Different airlines have different regulations for how much baggage you are allowed to check-in. Check with your airline what you can carry before travelling.

Bus Service From The Airport

Bus Service From The Airport


Arlanda to Stockholm city

  • There is a departure every ten minutes, from all terminals
  • The last stop is located at Cityterminalen (central bus station) next to Stockholm Central, train station.
  • The route has stops along the E4 motorway and at St Eriksplan among others
  • Ticket Fare: 12,99 EUR
  • Travel time: Approximately 45 minutes

Buy bus tickets from Arlanda to Stockholm city here

Bus from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Karlskoga

There are daily buses from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Karlskoga operated by Nettbuss. The first bus departs at 00:15 and the last bus departs at 20:40. The duration of the journey is 3 hours 30 mins. The cost of a single ticket is 39 EUR.

Buy bus tickets from Arlanda to Karlskoga here

Train Service from the Airport

Arlanda Express The Arlanda express train takes you from Arlanda Airport to the city center. The platform is easily accessible and is located underneath the arrival terminals. Departure: every 15 minutes (for most of the day). Travel time: 20 minutes. The price of a single ticket ranges from 15 EUR to 27 EUR depending on your age and number of tickets booked.

Taking A Taxi

As part of Arlanda airport’s continual environmental support, all taxis in the airport are eco taxis. There are no fixed fares, and all taxis must clearly display their highest fare (comparative price) on both sides of the vehicle.

The comparative price is always calculated on a so-called typical journey with a distance of 10 kilometres that takes 15 minutes. This allows passengers to quickly compare pricing before selecting a taxi. There is no need to take the first taxi in the queue. The maximum price for trips within the marked zone boundaries is SEK 675 (63.51 EUR)

Renting a car

At Stockholm Arlanda Airport you can rent cars by Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt. For convenience, you can pre-book your car online.

The car rental offices are located at Arlanda’s car rental area P2 Beta Long-term parking, except for Sixt which is located at the Swedavia P3 Alfa Long-term parking. Cars are collected from and returned to the car rental company’s office unless otherwise agreed.

Useful Information

stockholm arlanda airport information

The Airport is open 24 hours except Terminal 3 which closes during night time. If you’re travelling in a group, you can avail the facility of an airport tour, in which you all will get to see what goes on behind the scenes in Stockholm’s busiest airport.


Where is Arlanda Airport located?

Arlanda is located in the Sigtuna Municipality of Sweden, near the town of Märsta, 37 kilometres north of Stockholm and nearly 40 kilometres south-east of Uppsala. The airport is located within Stockholm County and the province of Uppland.

How many terminals are there at Arlanda Airport?

Arlanda Airport is a well-functioning airport with four terminals. They are Terminal 2,3,4 and 5. Terminals 2 and 5 are used for international flights. Domestic flights are in Terminals 3 and 4.

Can I exchange money at Arlanda Airport?

Yes, it is possible to exchange money at Arlanda Airport. You can avail any one of the following services

  • Forex Bank at Terminal 2,5 and SkyCity
  • SEB Exchange at Terminal 5
  • X-Change at Terminal 5.

Does the Airport have internet connectivity?

There’s Wi-Fi available throughout the terminal. You can surf at no charge for three hours on the airport’s wifi network, called “Airport-Guest”. Just connect to the network and enter your e-mail address to start browsing. If you need more time or more data, you buy access by credit card.

Extra charges : - 1 hour: SEK 49 / 4.60 EUR - 24 hours: SEK 129 / 12.10 EUR

What other services does the Arlanda Airport offer?

The Airport offers a wide range of services to travellers. These include: - Faxing and Printing - Baby Care Facilities and Children’s Play Area - Food and Drinks concessions, Water Stations - Information Desks - Medical Services and Pharmacy - ATMs / Cash Machines and Currency Exchange - Chapel - Lounges, Airport Tours and Observation areas - Duty-Free & Shopping - Hair Salon, Showers and Spa

Can I sleep at the airport?

Yes, you can sleep at the airport. Even though there are no designated rest zones, there are plenty of comfortable seats and couches across the airport where you can rest for a while. If you prefer hotels, Clarion Hotel Arlanda and Radisson Blu Sky City are both connected to the airport, at SkyCity, located between Terminals 4 and 5. Overnight and day rooms are available.

For a budget option, check out Rest and Fly, a more basic facility located between Terminal 4 and SkyCity, offering overnight rooms and hourly day options or look at this list of nearby hotels.

What are some nearby places?

  • Sigtuna Boardwalk: Beautiful lakeside experience next to an old village. Lots of eateries and a promenade nearby.
  • St Olof’s Church Ruins: One of Sweden’s oldest stone churches, St. Olof’s dates back to the 12th century.
  • Mariakyrkan: Beautiful Lutheran church built in the 13thcentury
  • Sigtuna Radhus: Historic Viking town with lots of attractions.
  • Rosersbergs Slott: One of the loveliest Royal Castles in the world.
  • Steninge Castle: Good castle with a beautiful garden and plentiful eateries.
  • St Pers Church ruin: Ruins of one of the most prominent stone church built in the middle ages.
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