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I walked out of the airport and there was the bus, ready to leave. The ride was great and within the hour I was at my hotel.
Bus arrived in a timely manner and transported us to our destination without delay or fuss. Could not ask for more!
The bus ride was great, and saved us alot of money.Thank you so much.We also used you in germany,and also things went smooth and great.Thanks again. We always use your company,and refer you to our friends..Bob n sue DeVoogel.
Stepped out of the airport and our bus was their waiting. No problems at all.
Signs are clearly posted once you step outside the airport as to which bus you are supposed to take. You can also confirm with the person taking your voucher. From terminal 2 it was stop 6A or 6B for city center - last stop is the central station.
It's expensive to take the train from arlanda airport to central Stockholm and this bus is half as much and puts you in the perfect central spot. You can get off and on several places before central station if you know where you are going. By the time you go back if your hotel is north of central station you may be able to figure out one of those stops that works for you. Arlanda is 20 miles north of central Stockholm. Sure it takes longer but if you are a visitor you want to see the city anyway. Most of what you visit there lies south of central station.
Easy enough. Brings you right to Central Station in Stockholm. A bit longer than the train, but significantly cheaper. As far as I can tell, this is the cheapest way to get from the airport into town.
Excellent service, there was a bus waiting when we got to the airport and the same when we wanted to go back to the airport. Bit disappointed that the promised WLAN didn't work
It was a good deal - no problems -- only thing I would suggest it where to find the bus at the Station