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Whether you plan to travel in the darkest depths of winter to see the night sky come alive with the northern lights, or you simply fancy a night or two in one of Sweden’s welcoming cities, you can find the cheapest flights to Sweden by comparing deals and booking in advance with TravelSupermarket.
You can fly to Sweden from UK airports and land at one of the country’s major air hubs. There are four airports of note in and around <a href="https://www.travelsupermarket.com/en-gb/flights/sweden/stockholm/">Stockholm</a>. These are Arlanda (ARN), Bromma (BMA), Skavsta (VST), and Vasteras (NYO). Stockholm is an island city that delights at any time of the year, with attractions such as the Old Town of Gamla Stan and the Museum of Modern Art showcasing the city’s eclectic nature.
Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Gothenburg City Airport (GSE) serve the western city of Gothenburg, where trendy eateries and coastal adventures lure tourists.
Malmo-Sturup Airport (MMX) is the fifth-busiest airport in Sweden, welcoming visitors to the restaurants, public squares and architectural treasures of this southern harbour city.
The north east coast of Sweden can be accessed via flights into either Umea Airport (UME) or Lulea Airport (LLA). Lulea is an outpost of civilisation in the wilds of Northern Sweden and a great gateway to unforgettable outdoor adventures.
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Sweden has a good choice of flights from the UK with several gateways served on flights lasting around two-and-a-half hours...
Stockholm is the best served destination in Sweden. Norwegian flies in from London’s Gatwick, Manchester and Edinburgh, while British Airways has multiple daily options from Heathrow. SAS also flies from Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh.
Ryanair has services to Vasteras and Skavsta, which are close to Stockholm, from London Stansted.
Gothenburg has flights from London Heathrow with BA and SAS in addition to Ryanair services from Stansted and Edinburgh. BA also operates a service from Manchester to Gothenburg, while Ryanair offers flights from Stansted to Skelleftea.
It’s easy to get to and from Sweden’s major airports. Find out more…
The unflappable coolness of Swedes makes it easy – if expensive – to travel between Sweden’s airports and its major destinations.
At all airports, taxis, public buses and hotel shuttle services are your main transport options. Alternatively, arrange car hire in advance of travel and collect your vehicle at the airport. This not only saves you the cost of onward travel, but also gives you the freedom to explore Sweden at your leisure. Use our price-comparison tool to find cheap car hire in Sweden.
Some airports are connected to the rail network. You can, for example, catch a high-speed train from Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport and be in the city in just 20 minutes. It’s not cheap though; one-way tickets cost 260 Swedish krona, which is just over £20 per person. By way of comparison, the 35-minute journey by taxi between Arlanda and Stockholm city centre should cost no more 675 krona, or around £50.
Discover the major destinations for visitors to Sweden…
The beautiful capital of Sweden is an obvious draw and Stockholm attracts millions of visitors looking for some of that famed fairy-tale magic, historic splendour and romantic allure. Stay in a central area, such as Gamla Stan or Sodermalm, for transport-free sightseeing.
Gothenburg is a perfect short-break destination for food lovers, while easy access to the west coast and its opportunities to get active also appeal to many of the visitors who fly here.
Further down the coast, Malmo is a small city that is easy to navigate and explore on foot. From here, it is also a mere hop across the Oresund Bridge to Copenhagen in Denmark.
The frozen vistas and mountains of Northern Sweden hold dogsledding and snowmobiling adventures, as well as opportunities to see the midnight sun in summer and the northern lights in winter.
Though you won’t find any ice hotels in the cities, there are generally all kinds of hotel wherever you wish to stay in Sweden. It is essential to book hotels in Sweden as far in advance as possible as it is a popular place to visit at any time and rooms do get booked up. Whether you are looking for budget stays, luxury hotels, family accommodation or something completely different (an ice-carved bed or a boat hotel perhaps?) you can find your ideal hotel in Sweden when you use the TravelSupermarket price-comparison tool.