Let’s go to Stockholm.
Stockholm is relatively small and quiet. Sweden’s most populated city but, It kind of feel like it’s missing people touring the whole city. Met some wonderful people here.
Where to stay?
Whether you taking the bus, train or a flight into Stockholm, misertravel recommends using your walking distance to the Stockholm Central Station/Cityterminalen as a reference point when looking for a hotel. This is the main station where nearly all buses and train stop. The Arlanda Express train and Flygbussarna bus from the airport stops here. The bus is the cheapest option to commute from the airport to Stockholm city. Misertravel prefers the Arlanda Express train for the speed and convenience.
Here are the links for public transportation in Stockholm. An unlimited travel card is available for tourist. Visit the site for most current pricing and operational schedule.
Airport train: Arlanda Express high speed train. https://www.arlandaexpress.com/
Airport bus: https://www.flygbussarna.se/en/prices
This is the area that will place you walking distance to the top neighborhoods to be for sightseeing, day and nightlife. Misertravel stays at an amazing hotel walking distance to the Stockholm Central Station with buffet breakfast included.
What to see?
Misertravel has toured nearly all of Stockholm by public transportation,bus, boat and taxi. This is an expensive city and if you eating out a lot and taking the taxi, your money will go away in seconds. That should keep you from getting Stockholm Syndrome. Don’t be fooled by the monopoly money denominations when you withdraw Swedish Krona’s from the ATM’s.
If you in Stockholm for an extended period of time, the only tour misertravel recommends is the boat/canal tours. You can take your time walking and using public transportation everywhere else in the city by planning your trip using the map from your hotel lobby or Google maps. Misertravel prefers Google maps as a trip planner since the train/bus schedules and routes are incorporated.
If you here on a short trip, than you should combine a bus tour with the canal/boat tour.