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Trains to Stockholm

If travelers need an enjoyable, comfortable way to reach Sweden's capital, trains to Stockholm will be ideal. The city is well suited to arriving by train, with a centrally located main station and a superb public transit system across the entire city. Trains run to Stockholm from various cities with connections to Copenhagen, Oslo, Malmo, and other European cities via Denmark.

Which is the main train station in Stockholm?

Virtually all rail services to Sweden's capital will arrive at Stockholm Central Station. Situated in the Norrmalm neighborhood, Central Station (also known as Stockholm C) has a Metro station attached, making it much easier to head to destinations across the city. Metro lines radiate away from Central in every direction, putting the most remote suburbs within easy reach.

Which train companies offer trains to Stockholm?

Trains to Stockholm are operated by SJ (the main company running services into the city), as well as Nettbuss, and Oresundstag. Nettbuss offers services from Norway, while Oresundstag specializes in routes from Denmark and southern Sweden.

Why travel by train to Stockholm?

Taking the train is often the best way to reach Stockholm, especially if passengers are coming from Oslo, Gothenburg, Malmo, or Copenhagen. The city benefits from efficient, high-speed rail links to most Scandinavian cities, and connections from Berlin, Hamburg, or Amsterdam can also make sense if travelers aren't in a hurry. Trains in Sweden tend to be very comfortable and roomy, with onboard services and reliable schedules. Stockholm C is one of the best-connected stations in Europe. Transferring to any part of the city is simple - and easier than arriving by air or bus. Finally, trains aren't usually expensive. They tend to compete well with flights over medium-range distances.

Before you travel to Stockholm by train - good to know!

To really benefit from Stockholm's world-class public transport network, passengers should pick up a Travel Card upon arrival at Stockholm C. Cards can be purchased for durations of 24 hours, 72 hours, or seven days, so most vacations will be covered. They let travelers explore the city at discounted rates, so they are a must-have for dedicated sightseers. Stockholm itself is a joy to explore. Aside from the major sights, be sure to visit the Jewish Museum, art-filled green spaces like Djugården, and the charming streets of Gamla Stan,the old town.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the train station and what is the best way to get there?
This station is within walking distance of the city centre and is connected to other parts of the city by public transport.<br>Metro lines T10, T11, T13, T14, T17, T18, T19<br>Bus lines 47, 69

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