Centralplan 15, 11120, Stockholm, Sweden

The largest train station in Sweden and one of the busiest stations in Scandinavia, the Stockholm Central Station boasts an easily accessible location in the heart of the Norrmalm district of the Swedish capital. Built between 1867 and 1871, the station has 17 platforms and experiences a passenger turnover of more than 200 thousand people daily. There are several train services operating in and from the Stockholm railway station, including the high-speed SJ trains, Intercity trains, Arlanda Express trains, and others, connecting Stockholm with other important Swedish and international hubs.

One of the Largest Scandinavian Transport Hubs: Stockholm Railway Station

This train station is a convenient starting point of any Scandinavia travel. Watch the Stockholm Central Station overview below to get a general understanding of how it looks like from the inside and how to navigate around it.



Getting Around the Stockholm Train Station


How to reach the Stockholm Central station by public transport?

The rail station is directly connected with the famous Stockholm metro system (called the Tunnelbana) by an underground pedestrian passage. Moreover, you can get to the station by bus or taxi.

Is the Stockholm train station well-equipped?

The Stockholmers, indeed, have done their best in order to provide their train station with all necessary facilities, making any travel experience safe and worry-free. Thus, while in the station, you may find tourist information offices, lounges and waiting rooms, screens displaying Stockholm Central Station departures and arrivals, a luggage storage service, currency exchange, public phone cabins, and WCs. Moreover, the rail station has WiFi access.

How to get from the Stockholm station to Arlanda Airport?

There's a regular connection between the Central train station and Arlanda Airport, run by both the rail service (called Arlanda Express) and buses, departing right from the station.


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