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Book flights to Sweden and discover the frozen forests and vast glaciers of this beautiful Scandinavian kingdom.

From the islands and bridges of medieval Stockholm to snow-capped mountains in the north and its extraordinary frozen wildernesses, Sweden’s natural beauty is breathtaking.

Taste your way around the leading restaurants of stunning Stockholm, or experience stylish Gothenburg – the epicentre of Swedish design. Take to the hills on excellent hiking or find wintry adventures in the snowswept escapes of the north.

Cruise the tranquil waters of the nation’s quiet fjordlands, or gaze up into the night sky in search of the enigmatic Northern Lights. All of this and more awaits you with Sweden flights. Book yours with Etihad today and get ready for the Scandinavian trip of a lifetime.

What's the weather like in Sweden?

What's the weather like in Sweden?

Figures shown are for Stockholm.

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

-3°C

4cm

FEB

-3°C

3cm

MAR

-1°C

3cm

APR

4°C

3cm

MAY

10°C

4cm

JUN

15°C

6cm

JUL

18°C

6cm

AUG

17°C

6cm

SEP

12°C

5cm

OCT

7°C

5cm

NOV

2°C

5cm

DEC

-1°C

5cm

Sweden has a dry and mild climate, though temperatures are colder the further north you are. Winter brings snowfall and temperatures often below 0°C. Summer brings temperatures in the mid 10°Cs and daylight can last for almost 24 hours in the north.

Sweden is a large nation and weather conditions will vary depending on your location. Check local reports before flying for a detailed forecast.

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old town in stocklholm sweden

Stockholm (ARN)

Stockholm is the most popular city to fly to in Sweden. Built over 14 islands, it boasts in excess of 50 bridges, and the medieval old town Gamla Stan is a vision of picture-postcard loveliness.

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house on the waterfront in gothenburg sweden

Gothenburg (GOT)

Sweden’s second city is a beautiful seaport with a charming network of canals and wide, leafy boulevards.

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Reasons to visit Sweden

stockholm scenic summer sunset old town

Stunning Stockholm

Wander through the cobbled streets of Stockholm’s historic centre, Gamla Stan. This ancient medieval city has plenty of character, with colourful houses, opulent palaces and impressive architecture on every street.

Stroll along the waterfront, marvel at the impressive Stockholm Cathedral or chart the history of one of the world’s most revered awards at the Nobel Prize Museum.

Head to the Royal Palace, where a selection of the 600 opulent rooms are open to tour, including the impressive royal armoury. Be sure to catch the pomp of the changing of the guard ceremony.

wooden house in snow sweden northern lights

Northern delights in Abisko

Join a guided tour from Stockholm or Gothenburg and travel to the north of the nation in search of one of the natural world’s most impressive events.

The Abisko National Park is among the best spots for catching the stunning displays of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Hues of green, blue and red dance across the sky in a truly enchanting and unforgettable experience.

Caused by solar wind reacting with the Earth’s magnetosphere, these rare yet magical natural light displays are best viewed during the summer months.

skyline at dusk of gothenburg sweden

Cultural Gothenburg

Gothenburg is the nation’s centre for all things design and fashion. A port city, the winding canals and riverside walks are a draw for visitors from across Europe.

Head to Skansen Kronan, or the Crown Keep, a hilltop fort first built in the 17th century. The small fort has served as a prison and army barracks during its long history, and today hosts a popular restaurant.

Wander around Haga, the city’s old town district, complete with traditional wooden Swedish houses and plenty of cool cafes and shops.

Things to know before you fly to Sweden

socket Plugs

Sweden uses plug types C and F, with a standard voltage of 230v. You may need to purchase an adaptor – they’re usually available at airports.

currency Local currency

The local currency in Sweden is the Swedish krona (SEK). Each krona is divided into 100 öre. ATMs are available in most of the major cities and credit cards widely accepted.

globe Languages spoken

The official language of Sweden is Swedish, although English is widely spoken and understood in cities.

bus Getting around

Sweden has an extensive rail and bus network for transport between major locations. For inner-city travel, there are city metros and tram services, as well as the usual taxi or private car hire options.

Flying to Sweden: FAQs

Where should I fly to in Sweden?

Booking flight tickets to the beautiful and historic capital Stockholm is a great way to start exploring the country. Sweden’s second city, Gothenburg, is an attractive, green seaport full of canals.

What food is Sweden famous for?

Sweden is a nation of seafood lovers. Gravlax, or dill-cured salmon, is a popular evening meal and is often served with herb potatoes. Pickled herring and fresh crayfish are also very popular, with the former usually at the centre of any Swedish buffet.

How long should I spend in Sweden?

Sweden is a large nation and it’s best to set aside at least two weeks to see the sights. If you’re after a shorter break, you could spend three or four days in Stockholm or Gothenburg.

Where should I stay in Stockholm?

Rosenbad and Norrmalm are both centrally located and packed with excellent accommodation options. These city centre districts offer plenty of restaurants and are close to the capital’s premier tourist attractions, including Gamla Stan.

Why we love Sweden

“Sweden is one of our favourite countries to fly to. Its landscapes and natural wonders are incredible. Stockholm and Gothenburg have a real flair and buzz to them that we just can’t get enough of.”

Book the lowest airfare deals on flights to Sweden from AUD 2342

Sydney (SYD) to Gothenburg (GOT)

Departure 7 Oct 2020,
Return 30 Nov 2020
from AUD2342*
*Round-trip fares recently viewed by others

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