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Stylish cities, pristine landscapes and a rich contemporary culture make Sweden a popular European destination. Book your flights to Sweden today and discover the historical, artistic and culinary delights of this Scandinavian nation for yourself.
With four very distinct seasons, Sweden has something to offer throughout the year. If you want to spend your days strolling in the Swedish countryside, sipping drinks in one of Stockholm’s pavement cafes or exploring the country’s outdoor attractions, summer is the best time to visit. A wide choice of UK flights depart to Sweden during June, July and August, making it easy to take full advantage of the summer season.
In the winter months, snow blankets most of the country and temperatures can be chilly. Although this may not be the best time for hiking or sightseeing, it’s perfect if you want to have a go at cross-country skiing, try your hand at dog sledding or see the northern lights. Ice hotels are another popular attraction during the winter months, or you could book yourself a cosy log cabin and enjoy an authentic slice of Scandinavian life.
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The main entry point for passengers flying to Sweden is Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Conveniently located for the country’s capital, it offers an excellent choice of flights to destinations across Sweden and around the world. From the airport you can take a train, bus or taxi to your destination while car hire is also available at the terminal.
If you’re flying to another destination within Sweden, you may well arrive or depart from Stockholm Bromma. The airport is a major hub for domestic flights and is the closest terminal to Stockholm city centre.
Other major airports in Sweden include Malmo, Lulea, Umea and Are/Ostersund.
A large number of airlines operate flights to Sweden from the UK.
Once you step off your flight to Sweden, you’ll have a wide choice of options to continue your journey. Flying is generally the quickest and easiest way to cover long distances. Most towns and cities have a regional airport and regular services connect popular destinations.
Another great way to explore Sweden is by train. The country is home to an extensive rail network, making it easy to get off the beaten path.
If you want to explore Sweden’s picturesque islands and coastal areas, local ferries are the perfect way to travel. Buses also connect many parts of the country and taxis are widely available.
The most famous sight in Sweden is probably Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s historic Old Town. Located on an island in the centre of the city, Gamla Stan’s winding cobbled streets, pretty squares and characterful buildings are compact enough to explore on foot.
If you want to see a more natural side of Sweden, head to the island of Gotland. A great place for cycling, camping and getting close to nature, it makes a wonderful destination for a summer getaway. Visby, the island’s main town, has a history stretching back to medieval times and makes a great base from which to explore Gotland.
Take your exploration of the Swedish countryside one step further with a visit to Abisko National Park. Located in the far north of the country, it’s home to several hiking trails as well as wide open vistas and a good selection of local wildlife. Travel to the park in the winter months and you can ride dog sleds over the frozen tundra.
Rail passes are available for those exploring Sweden by train.