On your flight to Stockholm, you'll notice how the islands and waterways gave the city its nickname, "Venice of the North." The Swedish capital sprouts its historic buildings from an archipelago on the Baltic Sea and boasts three UNESCO World Heritage sites: Drottningholm Palace, a royal castle constructed in the 1600s; Birka, a trading center from the Viking age; and Woodland Cemetery, a forested final resting place from the early twentieth century. All flights to Stockholm end up at Arlanda International (ARN).
When you fly to Stockholm and want easy access to your room, reserve one of the Stockholm hotels by Arlanda International. If you booked one of the comprehensive Stockholm vacation packages, it's likely your hotel lies closer into town. The fastest way to get there is through Arlanda Express, which travels from the airport to the Central Station in only 20 minutes. Get your tickets from self-service machines or staffed counters. The Air Shuttle is cheaper and takes 35 minutes to reach the City Terminal Bus Station. For ultimate convenience, hail one of the taxis waiting outside every terminal. Taxis are deregulated, so you can take any cab that's parked and not just the first one in line. If you're interested in renting a car, most of the major car companies run shuttles from the terminals to their rental areas.
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