Public transportation in Stockholm

The capital has an extensive network of underground trains (T-bana), commuter trains and buses. Vintage trams operate from the city centre to Djurgården island during the summer. Underground station entrances are marked with a blue T on a white backgrund. See Stockholm Visitors Board  and SL's websites for further information on transportation within the city.

  • The sign for the Metro (Tunnelbana) in Stockholm

The sign for the Metro (Tunnelbana) in Stockholm

City cards

The Stockholm Card (Stockholmskortet) offers free public transport in Stockholm and the surrounding area, free admission to 80 museums and attractions, free sightseeing by boat and several other benefits.
SEK 495 for 24 hours
SEK 650 for 48 hours
SEK 795 for 72 hours
SEK 1050 for 120 hours
Children age 7-17:
SEK 225 for 24 hours
SEK 265 for 48 hours
SEK 295 for 72 hours
SEK 325 for 120 hours
Above prices are for cards bought in conjunction with adult card (maximum 3 child cards per adult card). The Stockholm Card is available for sale online and at the Stockholm Tourist Centre on Vasagatan 14 in Stockholm as well as at about 100 locations in and around Stockholm.
The SL Travel Card gives access to public transportation throughout the Greater Stockholm area.
SEK 115 for 24 hours
SEK 230 for 72 hours
SEK 300 for 7 days
Children age 7- 20/Senior citizens (+65):
SEK  70 for 24 hours
SEK 140 for 72 hours
SEK 180 for 7 days
Travel cards are also valid on the Djurgården ferry from Slussen to Djurgården with Waxholmsbolaget.

NOTE: All fares and rates quoted are approximate as of January 2013 and may change without notice. While every precaution has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication, VisitSweden accepts no responsibility for any errors, omissions, or subsequent changes. 


A part of the official gateway to Sweden