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Stockholm Transportation

From: Stockholm Travel Guide

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ABOVE: Passengers exit from a train of the Stockholm Tunnelbana.

Getting into and around the city

Stockholm is a great city for pedestrians and aficionados of public transportation: The city has an outstanding network of subway, commuter trains, buses, trams, and ferries--and if you must drive, you'll find that your peers on the road are more civilized than their counterparts in most countries.

For illustrated transportation advice and Web links to help you with your Stockholm trip, see:

Next page: Airport transportation


Stockholm transportation:
Introduction Buses and trams
Airport transportation Ferries and boats
Tunnelbana (subway) Driving and parking

More about Stockholm:
Stockholm - Index
Stockholm Hotels & Hostels
Vasa Museum
Skansen Open-Air Museum
Absolut Ice Bar

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