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Stockholm University | Public transports (SL)

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Getting to Stockholm from the airport

Stockholm is served by four airports, and travel options depend on which airport you fly to. Below are some of the options available from each airport, sorted by price (high to low).

Stockholm Arlanda Airport Foto: Mikael Damkier MostPhotos
Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Foto: Mikael Damkier, MostPhotos
 

From Stockholm Arlanda Airport

The Arlanda Express train service will take you to Stockholm Central Station in 20 minutes.
Arlanda Express

The pendeltåg (commuter train) from Uppsala to Stockholm operated by Stockholm Public Transport (SL) stops at Arlanda Centralstation (located between Terminal 4 and 5). Travel time to Stockholm Central Station is approximately 38 minutes. A regular public transport ticket is all you need to ride the commuter train. However, a 120 SEK fee is charged to get into and out of the Arlanda Centralstation.
Stockholm Public Transport (SL)

Flygbussarna/Airport coaches operates a regular bus service to Stockholm City / Cityterminalen (alternatively to Liljeholmen or Brommaplan). Travel time is approximately 45 minutes.
Flygbussarna/Arlanda

It is also possible to get to Stockholm City with a public transport ticket (SL) without going through Arlanda Centralstation. Take bus n. 583 to Märsta station (stops at Terminal 5, Sky city, Terminal 4, Terminal 2 and 3), then a pendeltåg (commuter train). Any train leaving from Märsta station will stop at Stockholm Central Station. Travel time is approximately 54 minutes.

Public transport ticket (SL) can be purchased at the airport. Single journey tickets (valid for 75 min.) can also be purchased with the SL mobile app (Android or IPhone).
Stockholm Public Transport (SL)

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Stockholm Bromma Airport Foto: Tomas er Wikipedia
Stockholm Bromma Airport.
Photo: Tomas er, Wikipedia
 
 
 

From Bromma Airport

Flygbussarna/Airport coaches operates a regular bus service to Stockholm City/Cityterminalen (alternatively to Brommaplan). Travel time is approximately 20 minutes.
Flygbussarna/bromma

Alternatively, bus n. 110 will take you to the Tunnelbana (metro) station Alvik, where you can take a green line train (direction Hagsätra, Farsta strand or Skarpnäck) to the city centre.
Stockholm Public Transport (SL)

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Stockholm Skavsta Airport Foto: Svens Welt Wikipedia
Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
Photo: Svens Welt, Wikipedia

From Skavsta Airport

Flygbussarna/Airport coaches operates a regular bus service to Stockholm City/Cityterminalen. Travel time is approximately 80 minutes.
Flygbussarna/Skavsta

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Stockholm Västerås Airport Foto: Dependability, Wikipedia
Stockholm Västerås Airport.
Photo: Dependability, Wikipedia

From Västerås Airport

Flygbussarna/Airport coaches operates a regular bus service to Stockholm City / Cityterminalen. Travel time is approximately 80 minutes.
Flygbussarna/vasteras

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Tunnelbana. Foto: Orasis foto
Photo: Orasis
 
 
 
 
 

Getting to Stockholm University

Stockholm University is easily accessible by public transport. You can get here by

  • tunnelbana/metro: the Red line, North bound, destination Mörby Centrum. Station "Universitetet".
  • bus: n. 50, destination Stora Lappkärrsberget, stops at the Central station (commuter train, all metro lines) and Odenplan (commuter train, metro the Green line). Bus stop “Universitetet”. You may also get off at the previous stop: "Universitetsvägen" by Studenthuset (the Student House) and Södra huset (the six blue high-rise buildings A–F).
Södra huset och Studenthuset fågelperspektiv. Foto: Clément Morin
Studenthuset (the Student House) and Södra huset, Buildings A–F. Photo: Clément Morin

Public transport ticket (SL) can be most easily purchased at ticket offices at Metro stations or at tickets agents displaying the SL logotype on flags or stickers (ex. 7-eleven or Pressbyrån). Single journey tickets (valid for 75 min.) can also be purchased with the SL mobile app (Android or IPhone).

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Public transports in Stockholm

SL travelcards might be your best option if you go on 3 or more bus/metro rides per day. You can easily plan your journey on SL’s website as well as with the SL mobile app (Android or IPhone) or with Google Maps.
Stockholm Public Transport (SL)

The bicycle rental service City Bikes offers 3-day cards for ca 165 SEK. Bicycle stations are evenly spread across town, including Stockholm University campus.
City Bikes

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