On board of a Polish Airlines LOT plane you can reach Stockholm quickly and in a friendly atmosphere. You can taste delicacies from the LOT Gourmet menu and read the latest newspapers. Under the wings of our professional crew you can expect a relaxing and pleasant flight – in the ranking of the Business Traveller magazine we have been chosen the Best Airline of Central and Eastern Europe the sixteenth time running.
Direct flights with a Polish Airlines LOT ticket mean a new and better travelling quality! Now thanks to a developed network of connections you can travel around the whole world with us. Our task is to assure your peace and comfort.
Stockholm is now closer to you than ever! We will fly you from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to the Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) every day at 7.45 hrs. and 17.00, and also at 19.55 except Saturdays.
Our destinations include the most reputable airports worldwide. In Stockholm we are cooperating with the Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN). From there you can reach the city centre easily by the Arlanda-Express train, by bus or by taxi.
Any doubts as to your flight? Please contact us by calling our dedicated line at the call center or use the mobile application! Travelling with a child younger than two? You are entitled to a 90 per cent discount on its ticket! Want to save waiting time in going through airport procedures? Choose the option Quick Passage, which gives you priority in going through the entire procedure.
Stockholm, known as the Venice of the North, would have no trouble winning rivalry for the European capital city to be the most originally located – the old town is located on an island occupying an strip of land between the Baltic Sea and the great Mälaren Lake. Many other districts are also located on islands and, within the borders of the city, there are more than one hundred of them. Nearly one million inhabitants of Sweden live in the city whose surface area, without the suburban areas, amounts to almost 200 km2. Along with the suburbs, 15% of the country population live in the capital.
The beginnings of the city reach the 12th century, and the rapid development Stockholm owes to iron mines.
The vicinities of Stockholm are a mosaic of pine forests, lakes and, smoothened by an ice sheet, boulders and rocks. Parks and gardens constitute more than 40% of the city surface area. The capital of Sweden is also worth visiting for interesting monuments and the cosmopolitan atmosphere created by thousands of emigrants from around the world. More than 50 bridges, 70 museums and about 100 galleries can be found here.