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Cheap Flights From Stockholm

Cheap Flights From Stockholm

The capital of Sweden, Stockholm is created from more than 50 bridges and 14 islands that are part of the Baltic Sea archipelago.  The city is known for its cobblestone streets and historic buildings including the 13th century Storkyran Cathedral, the Kunfliga Slottet Royal Palace, and the Nobel Museum.  When departing from Stockholm you will most likely depart from the Stockholm Arlanda Airport which is located just north of the Stockholm city center.

If you have flexible dates for your travel and are looking to find the cheapest flights, you can use Skyscanner’s cheapest month search tool to find the best travel times for your chosen destination.  All you have to do is enter your destination and select cheapest month from the date options.

When you want to go on vacation but are not sure which destination is right for you, you can use Skyscanner’s search everywhere tool.  You just enter Stockholm as your departing city and type everywhere in the destination section to find the best deals to a variety of popular locations.  You can also find some of the most popular destinations from Stockholm by using Skyscanner’s route map.

What are your Available Flight Options

The Stockholm Airport offers both nonstop and connecting flight information to a number of domestic and foreign travel destinations. 

There are many airlines to choose from when departing from Stockholm airports.  Some of the most popular airlines to fly include Lufthansa, KLM, Finnair, United, Air France, American Airlines, Iberia, Aeroflot, and Air France.

Where to Fly

There are many destinations to choose from when traveling from Stockholm.  Some of the most popular destinations travelers choose include:

  • Brussels, Belgium – Brussels is the capital of Belgium and is known for its beautiful architecture and multiple museums. Some of the popular attractions in the area include St. Michael’s and St. Gudula Cathedrals, the Museum of Natural Science, The Royal Museum of Armed Forces and Military History, Train World, and the Grand Place.
  • Budapest, Hungary – The capital of Hungary, Budapest is located along the River Danube. The city is bisected by the river and joined together by a 19th century Chain Bridge that connects it.  The town is known for its rich history and historic buildings including the 13th century Matthias Church, and the turrets of the Fisherman’s Bastion.
  • Vienna, Austria – Austria’s capital, Vienna, was once the home of many great intellectual minds and musicians including Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its magnificent imperial palaces including Schonbrunn and the Hapsburgs residence.
  • Helsinki, Finland – Finland’s southern capital, Helsinki has many things to see and do. Tourists will want to pay a visit to the National Museum which traces Finnish history all the way from the Stone Age to Modern Day.

What to do at Stockholm Airports

If you are expecting a wait for your flight at the Stockholm Airport, you can spend your time shopping for Swedish made products at discount rates at one of the many specialty shops in the airport or enjoy some art at the Experience National Museum exhibition located in the airport.

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