Cityterminalen, Stockholm

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Cityterminalen Bus Station in Stockholm

Cityterminalen (The City Terminal) is the Swedish name for Stockholm Central Bus Station. If you are coming to Stockholm by a long distance bus, you will most likely arrive at Cityterminalen. According to their official information, Cityterminalen is used by about 800 buses per day. It is the largest bus station in Sweden.

Stockholm Cityterminalen Location

Stockholm Cityterminalen is located in the city centre, immediately next to the central train station (Stockholm Centralen). The two stations are connected by a pedestrian tunnel. They are also connected to Stockholm’s busiest metro station, T-Centralen. Major streets and places closest to Cityterminalen include Vasagatan (Vasa Street) and Centralplan (Central Square). The district where Cityterminalen is located is named Norrmalm – it is immediately north of Gamla Stan (Old Town). Cityterminalen is 5 minutes walk from Sergels Torg (a major square) and Hamngatan (main shopping street).

Stockholm Cityterminalen Terminal Building

The main building of Stockholm Cityterminalen was opened in 1989. There are two floors and 19 gates. The main terminal hall provides the necessary services, including tourist information, foreign exchange, safe deposit boxes, toilets, cafes, and shops.

Stockholm Cityterminalen Bus Destinations

Stockholm Cityterminalen has bus connections to about 500 destinations in Sweden (all the bigger Swedish cities and towns) and abroad. International destinations with frequent bus connections from Stockholm Cityterminalen include Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Hamburg, or Prague.

There are also very frequent direct buses to international airports near Stockholm, including Arlanda and Skavsta. Besides regular bus lines, Cityterminalen also serves as a departure point for various chartered buses.