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Cheap flights to Sweden

Reasons To Visit Sweden

Sweden is one of Europe’s finest destinations offering a perfect blend of culture, excitement and outdoor activities to keep all kinds of travelers happy. The country is particularly known for its many beautiful nature spots, with many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors such as hiking, cycling and even wildlife watching. Within the capital Stockholm you will find a huge range of things to do including many world-class cultural institutions, various events and festivals and many beautiful landmarks, especially in the Old Town area. If you fancy exploring Sweden you may consider visiting the unique town of Visby, an ancient Viking town that comes alive during the summer as a vibrant getaway for locals.

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Arriving In Sweden

Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the busiest airport in Sweden located just outside of the capital Stockholm. If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Sweden, it is possible to catch direct flights to Stockholm. There are regular flights available to Stockholm out of Dubai International Airport provided by Emirates, while Norwegian Air Shuttle also offers flights on a seasonal basis. If you plan on traveling elsewhere in Sweden it will be easy to catch a domestic flight at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

When you have arrived at Stockholm Arlanda Airport you will be able to journey into the center of the city by public transport on the Arlanda Express Train or by bus. Within the airport itself you can look forward to an extensive variety of amenities and services to keep you happy. Alongside many different restaurants and cafés, the airport boasts a wide selection of retail and duty-free shops.

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Sweden Travel Information

UAE nationals are able to enter Sweden on a visa free basis for a period of up to 90 days as the country is a part of the Schengen Area. In Sweden you can expect pleasantly warm temperatures during the height of summer, although be advised that winters in the country can be very cold and snowfall is frequent. Although Sweden is a part of the European Union, be advised that it does not use the euro like most EU countries do, so you will need to change your money to the Swedish krona instead.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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