Why You Should Visit Stockholm Arlanda
Stockholm is a diverse city where you can find everything from high-end department stores and restaurants to beautiful historic buildings and stunning natural sights, offering something for people of all tastes. The central district of the city, Norrmalm, is where you will find many of Stockholm’s best modern attractions with its shopping centers, bars and restaurants as well as being the home of most of the city’s most prestigious museums and theaters like the National Museum. In the Ostermalm area the city blends in seamlessly with beautiful parks and green spaces including the interesting Skansen open air museum and the sprawling National City Park. You may also consider taking a trip to the island of Sodermalm which is the home of many great attractions like the visually-stunning Church of Catherine.
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Arriving In Stockholm Arlanda
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the primary airport in Stockholm and also the busiest in Sweden comprised of four passenger terminals. If you are traveling on international flights you will be based at either Terminal 2 or Terminal 5 where you will be able to enjoy an excellent range of amenities and services. When you have arrived at the airport you can travel into the city by public transport, with the quickest method being the Arlanda Express Train, although there are also plenty of buses available if you would prefer. Car rental in Stockholm is also an option.
If you are looking to book direct flights from the UAE to Stockholm Arlanda you will be able to travel out of Dubai. Currently Emirates provide flights from Dubai International Airport to Stockholm, while Norwegian Air Shuttle also offers flights on a seasonal basis.
Stockholm Arlanda Travel Information
Sweden is part of the Schengen Area so UAE nationals are able to enter the country without requiring a visa for a period of up to 90 days. In Stockholm the weather gets surprisingly warm during the summer with average highs in the mid-20s, but you can expect freezing temperatures and plenty of snow if you are visiting over the winter. Remember that Sweden does not use the Euro like the majority of nations in Europe – instead you will need to change your money to the Swedish krona.
* This information is correct as of October 2017
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