Stockholm Flights GuideStockholm is the capital of Sweden. It stretches across 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges. Some of the top attractions in and around Stockholm are the City Hall Tower, Kungliga Slottet, Vasamuseet, Historiska Museet, Skansen, Moderna Museet, Nobelmuseet, Evert Taubes Terrass, and Tantolunden. The Nobel Prize ceremonies, with the exception of the peace prize ceremonies, take place in Stockholm each year.
Bromma Airport offers flights to Gothenburg, Halmstad, Kalmar, Malmo, Ronneby, Sundsvall, Trollhattan, Umea, Visby, Vaxjo, Angelholm and Ostersund.
Stockholm has extremely cold winters and mild to warm summers. Due to its northerly location, daylight hours go from 18 in midsummer to just 6 in winter. June through August is the rainiest time of the year with peak rainfall in July although it rains for more days in November and December. Expect snow in the winter.The best and priciest time to fly to Stockholm is during the summer when the temperatures are warm and daylight is long. However, if you are a winter sports enthusiast, be sure to visit Stockholm in winter for a winter wonderland experience and enjoying your favorite winter sports on snow.
Fly to Stockholm from these popular routes with great prices.
Flight prices include taxes and fees and are based on payment by Visa Debit card which does not attract a fee. When completing your booking a payment processing fee of 1.8% for MasterCard and Visa and 3.5% for American Express applies. Note a fare is subject to change until a ticket is issued.