Sweden’s largest railway station, Stockholm Central, sits at the western end of Stockholm’s downtown shopping district, with its main entrance on Vasagatan. From here, trains depart for major cities and towns throughout Sweden. The Arlanda Express train leaves Stockholms Central four to six times an hour and takes just 20 minutes to the airport. The station has an Internet café, currency exchange, luggage lockers, convenience stores, dining options, and other services.
Commuter trains also whisk passengers the station to areas north and south of Stockholm. Access to the commuter rail lines is one level down from the main station hall. On the same level, an undergound pedestrian passage connects Stockholm Central Station with T-Centralen, the central Tunnelbana (metro) station, where all of Stockholm’s subway lines converge. From here you can travel all over the city.
At the north end of the rail station is Cityterminalen, Stockholm’s main bus terminal. Buses depart from here to destinations throughout Sweden. The terminal can be accessed through the entrance on Klarabergsviadukten or from Stockholm Central Station.