Stockholm have an extensive network of public transport consisting of buses,trams, subway, commuter trains and harbour ferries.
Bus tickets Important!!
Buses, trams, Sjövägen, commuter trains (and to some extent subway) requires tickets or travel cards to be bought BEFORE you board the transport.
The only exception is the vintage tram, that goes to Skansen during summers,
which will allow you to buy tickets onboard.
Tickets can be bought on various locations in Stockholm, including cruise ship terminals, tourist offices, 7-eleven shops,
Pressbyrån shops and many other places. Many locations are listed at sl.se but I have found that their map with the locations are not 100% trustable.
You can also use the official SL ticket app which is available for Android and iOS. http://sl.se/en/eng-info/fares/app/
I have no personal experience of using it.
Also note that central Stockholm is Zone A, Nynäshamn is located in Zone C.
For more info regarding tickets and travel cards goto : http://sl.se/en/fares--tickets/
Public transport (SL) map: http://sl.se/contentassets/729d4a6ae...tan.pdf?id=943
Buses, trams, commuter trains, subway (Tunnelbana/T-bana) and some of the harbour ferries (Sjövägen and boat route 85; Riddarfjärdslinjen), are operated by SL; http://sl.se/en/
Bus route maps:
Bus terminal maps:
Time tables (all SL traffic): http://sl.se/sv/reseinfo/ In the text box below “Sök tidtabell” enter the desired route number / stop / station you want info for and click “sök”.
Current bus, subway, commuter train and tram time tables are valid to: 2016-06-23
Bus time tables: http://sl.se/sv/info/puffar/tidtabel...LL/BUS/35/0/10
Commuter train time tables:
J35 Bålsta–Nynäshamn: http://sl.se/ficktid/vinter/V35.pdf
J36 Märsta - Södertälje centrum: http://sl.se/ficktid/vinter/V36.pdf
J38 Uppsala C–Älvsjö: http://sl.se/ficktid/vinter/V38.pdf
Boat time tables:
Metro map: http://sl.se/ficktid/karta/vinter/Tub.pdf
Note that tram line #7 no longer goes to Sergelstorg but stops at Kungsträdgården due to construction work at Sergels torg.
Waxholmsbolaget are operating Djugårdfärjan, a harbour ferry between Slussen and Allmännga Gränd at Djurgården (Wasa).
The terminal at Slussen will have a new location from March due to construction works at Slussen. The new terminal will be 130m north of the current one;
See this for more info; http://www.stockholmshamnar.se/om-os...urgardsfarjan/
For Djurgårdsfärjan you will buy tickets during queueing/boarding, either from a manned ticket kiosk which accepts cash and a cards
or from a ticket machine (i think they are chip+pin machines only but I am not sure).
Ressel rederi operates another harbour ferry line from Hammarby sjöstad via Tegelhamnen (berth Stadsgårdskajen S167) Allmänna gränd, Djurgården (Vasa) to Nybroplan.
The ferry used on this line is named M/S Emelie:
This ship sells it’s tickets via ticket machines onboard so a VISA/Mastercard according to Ressel website.
However according to this post: http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showt...0#post47392090
They will also accept cash payment. So I would strongly recommend to check with Ressel before making any decisions.
As for taxis only use one of the reputable companies: Taxi Stockholm, Taxi kurir and Taxi 020.
Make sure the taxis have yellow license plates as well as a yellow stickerin the rear side windows.
The Sticker has valuable price info and always check the price info on the sticker before going into a taxi.
Airport express train:
By public transport:
Either commuter train #J38 (Uppsala - Arlanda C - Stockholm C - Älvsjö (-Tumba) which will stop at Arlanda but
when you Embark/disembark at Arlanda, on a commuter train or regional train, you will have to pay an extra fee.
Commuter train J36 to Märsta station (end stop) switch to bus Bus 583 towards Arlanda (SAS-hangaren).
To get this option in the SL.se travel planner use search with more options (fler val) and choose Via hållplats
enter Märsta station and click sök/search.