Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden, visited by 1 million tourists every year. Sufficient parking capacity is available, but not in the old town Gamla Stan.
What to see in Stockholm
Interesting places to visit are the Royal Palace Drottningholm, the Cemetery Skogskyrkogården, the city's oldest section “Gamla Stan”, the Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholm City Hall, National- museum, the Museum of Modern Art (Moderna Museet), the amusement park Tivoli Gröna Lund, located on the island of Djurgården a.s.o.
On-street parking Stockholm
Chargeable parking applies in the centre of Stocholm :
• Monday-Friday between 08.00-18.00 hours
• Saturday between 08.00-15.00 hours
• Sunday between 08.00-12.00 hours
• Parking rate : SEK 12.00/hour
Free parking Stockholm
Free parking is allowed in the suburbs Liljeholmen and Solna. Public transport (Metro) is available for additional travel to the city. For long term parking the parking lots of the ferry terminals of Silja Line or Viking Line are available (SEK 500 for a maximum of 1 month).
Car parks Stockholm
Unlimited parking is set to car parks in the city centre. Special cheap rates apply for the evening and overnight parking.
P+R parkings Stockholm
Stockholm Parkering has 21 park-and-ride facilities around Stockholm, outside of the congestion fee toll area, but near the train stations in Spanga, Flystra, Lidingö, Bromma, Hagersten, Västertorp en Alvsjo. Parking rate is 15-20 SEK for one day if you enter the P+R before 09.00 hours. After 09.00 hours an hourly fee 20 SEK applies. For more information click here