S-190 45 Stockholm Arlanda,
airport is located 43 kilometres (which is 27
miles) north of stockholm.
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From Stockholm, take the E-4 north to Arlanda, then follow signs
for the airport.
Shuttle bus number 10 provides a free transfer service between terminals
2, 3, 4 (SAS flights) and Terminal 5. Shuttle bus number 14 serves
all the terminals, as well as the long term car park and the SAS
Parking is accessible at outdoor and multi storey car parks with
direct access to the terminals, and also underneath SkyCity. For
long term parking, a car park further away from the terminals offers
lower rates and is served by free shuttle buses.
Companies at the airport include Hertz, Avis and Europcar. A shuttle
bus service runs between the terminals and the car hire area, on
request after hours.
The airport has 3 railway stations: 1 (under SkyCity) for long distance
destinations including Trondheim and Göteborg, and 2 (1 under
Terminal 5 and 1 with exits to Terminals 2, 3 and 4) for frequent
express trains to Stockholm. The Arlanda Express trains reach the
city centre in 20 minutes.
Taxis run from directly outside the terminals. When taking a taxi,
passengers should speak to a taxi coordinator which are found outside
the terminal building.
There are bus stations outside terminals 2, 4 and 5. Buses run to
Stockholm City Terminal (the journey time is 45 minutes) and to
many other destinations. Bus number 583 connects with the commuter
train at Märsta station.
and help desks
The airport information desks (telephone: (0)8 797 6015) are located
in terminals 2, 4 and 5, the desk located in the Terminal 5 Arrivals
hall is open 24 hours a day.
Money and communications
The airport has two banks, many ATMs and bureaux de change. A courier
service and a post office are available in SkyCity and there are
Internet cafés in Terminal 5 and SkyCity.
Eating and drinking
The airport has many bars and restaurants throughout the terminals.
There are plenty of shops, including duty free. Most of the shops
are situated in Terminal 5 and SkyCity.
There is a left luggage facility in Terminal 5, level 1. Safety
deposit boxes are accessible in all terminals and SkyCity.
There is a doctor’s surgery, a dry cleaners, a chapel, a pharmacy,
a hairdresser’s, showers and a fitness centre. Facilities
for children include baby change facilities, play areas and a nursing
Conference and business
Facsimile machines are located in terminals 2, 4 and 5, PC workstations
in terminals 2 and 4, and Internet connections can be found in terminals
4 and 5.
Business facilities are also available at the airport and in airline
VIP lounges around the terminals.
The airport offers conference facilities at Prime Point in SkyCity
for up to 700 delegates plus offices and an exhibition hall for
up to 1,000 visitors:
Telephone: (0)8 797 6200
Website address: www.primepoint.com/eng/
Text telephones are available. Lifts and wheelchair accessible toilets
are situated in all terminals. Disabled travellers can reserve special
services in advance through their airline or when checking in, passengers
should request any special assistance when booking a ticket. Disabled
car parking spaces are accessible, except underneath SkyCity, at
long term parking rates.
The Radisson SAS SkyCity Hotel is situated at the airport, is served
by free shuttle bus number 14:
Telephone: (0)8 5067 4000 or 5907 7300)
Other hotels located nearby which run free shuttle buses include:
The Radisson SAS Arlandia Hotel
Telephone: (0)8 5068 4000)
Telephone: (0)8 655 0100)
Telephone: (0)8 5911 1100)
Nova Park Hotel
Telephone: (0)1 834 9000)
Telephone: (0)8 5978 9700)
Quality Eurostop Hotel
Telephone: (0)8 5951 1100).