Inside Sweden’s biggest department store: Åhléns City in Stockholm we can help you with everything from tips on sights, ticket sales for public transport and attractions, hotel and restaurant reservations, and free maps and city guides. You will also find toilets, storage lockers for your bags, and the chance to charge your phone. Welcome to Åhléns Tourist/Information Center, with Stockholm’s most generous opening hours.
Address: Klarabergsgatan 50 / Stockholm, Sweden | Telephone:+46 (0)725 803 860 | Website: www.ahlens.se
CITY TERMINALEN TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER
In City Terminalen in Stockholm we’ll help you with everything from tips about sights, the sale of tickets for local public transportation, booking of hotels and reservation of restaurant tables as well as free maps and city guides.
Welcome to City Terminalen Tourist information Centre.
Address: Klarabergsviadukten 72 / Stockholm, Sweden | Telephone:+46 (0)10 455 33 97 | Website: www.cityterminalen.com
The Viking Line cruise terminal at Stadsgården has an authorized tourist office serving passengers as they exit the ferry. The tourist information officers, many of whom speak Russian and Finnish, can help add a special touch to any Stockholm visit with information on restaurants, attractions and sightseeing. Visitors can purchase public transportation (SL) tickets, Hop On Hop Off tickets, the bike card, Stockholm Card, and transfer tickets to downtown Stockholm.
In Magasin 2 Frihamen are an authorized tourist office located in the arrivals hall. From Frihamnen the Tallink Silja ferries travel to and from Riga. St. Peter Line ferries travel to and from Saint Petersburg and Helsinki. The Frihamnen terminal has two Ro-Ro quays and the passenger terminal is housed inside the Magasin 2 building. The location of the Ro-Ro quays means that the total ferry length that can be accommodated is around 360 metres when there are two ferries in port at the same time.