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Cheap flights to Sweden

Destinations we fly to in Sweden:

Stockholm

The Scandinavian country of Sweden is a land of contrasts, mainly due to its geography. Stretching up into the Arctic Circle, the north is entirely different to the south, but visitors will be able to find the area that best suits their interest no problem. Book flights to Sweden and soak up the nation’s culture, dine on its delicious fresh food and feast upon the incredible scenery on offer.

Why choose Sweden?

From its inland lakes to boreal forests and coastal islands to snowcapped mountains, it’s safe to say that the number one reason for visiting Sweden is its landscape. Despite the call of the great outdoors, western Europe’s third biggest nation also serves up some fantastic cities. From its capital, Stockholm, which is built on 14 islands, to the leafy seaport of Gothenburg, there’s plenty to explore.

Sweden highlights

Throughout Sweden there is plenty to enjoy, but among the things not to be missed are:

Gamla Stan

As one of the best preserved medieval old towns in Europe, Gamla Stan has to be seen to be believed. Dating back to 1252, it is a maze of cobbled streets and architecture shrouded in every shade of gold imaginable.

Skansen

This open air museum is like no other and has been depicting rural life in Sweden prior to the industrial era since 1891. Interact with 500 years of the country’s history, all brought to life by characters dressed in authentic costumes from each period.

Malmo Art Museum

Another institution with a long history is the Malmo Art Museum, which was founded in 1841 and moved to its current building, the Malmo Castle, in 1937. Some 40,000 artworks spanning the period from the 16th century to the present day can be found inside.

Our top tip

If you like to get on your bike, then this is a great way to explore in Sweden, as the country is well-equipped with an extensive network of cycle paths.

Top Sweden districts

The terrain of Sweden can be split into sections, making it easier to explore one particular area fully during your stay. Here are some of the options: 

• Southeast Sweden 

Visitors to the southeast of Sweden will be rewarded with some extraordinary sights. It’s like walking into the setting for a fairytale, as castles rise out of the landscape, idyllic ancient sites can be found by tranquil lakes and immaculately preserved medieval towns are waiting to be discovered. 

• Southwest Sweden 

Stretching from Gothenburg south, this part of Sweden was the frontier against wars with the Danish between the 13th and 17th centuries. Remnants of this history can still be seen in the fortresses left over from medieval times. Also expect fishing ports, sandy beaches and plenty of trains for getting around.

The surrounding area

Head north to the land of the Sami people for an entirely different experience of Sweden. The northern region of the country offers a greater chance of spotting the Northern Lights, as well as winter activities, such as dog sledding or staying in an ice hotel.

Airport information

Flying into Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) puts you within easy reach of the city, which is just 23 miles away. It is the larger of the two Stockholm airports and boasts three runways. Its five terminals are well-equipped with amenities and Terminals 2 and 5 are used for international flights.