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Viking Line terminal in Stockholm (Stadsgården).
Address: Stadsgården, Tegelvikshamn, SE-11630 Stockholm
GPS: N/lat 59° 18' 54,2", E/lon: 18° 5' 45,37"
System RT90: X:6579370, Y: 1630443 (Swedish grid)

Check-in

Read more about check-in for passengers with or without cars and vehicles.


Båtbussarna

Bus transfer between Cityterminalen and Viking Line terminal (Stadsgården) and vice versa

Buses ("Båtbussarna") arrive/depart in connection with arrivals and departures of the ships. A fee is charged and the trip takes around 15 min. The Central Train Station is located right next to the City Terminal. Read more


Local traffic

Traveling to the terminal

Take the metro to stop Slussen (green and red lines), then take exit "Saltsjöbanan, Nacka-bussar". Board any bus of number 400-series and get off next stop (Londonviadukten). The Viking Line terminal is opposite. Note! Busses marked with D do not stop there, always confirm with driver. A walk from Slussen to the terminal takes around 15 min (about 1 km).

Buy tickets on board

Tickets for local traffic can be bought on board at the ship's information desk. Read more about SL local traffic (timetables and prices)


Car

Driving instructions

Read about driving instructions to the Stadsgården terminal in Stockholm.

Traffic in Stockholm

The redevelopment of Slussen is in progress, which may affect those traveling to/from the Viking Terminal. Read more about the Slussen project

Parking

There is a short term car park beside the terminal. Long term parking takes place in the parking garage next to the terminal. (Stockholm Parkering). For price information, call +46 (0) 8 772 96 00 (office hours) or visit stockholmparkering.se. Open daily 06.00–11.00 and 14.00–20.30. The unattended parking garage is locked during the night.


Taxi

Taxi station is located in front of the terminal, right outside the entrance. Observe that taxi traffic in Sweden bases on free pricing, you can compare the prices from rear side windows. The label "Jämförpris" indicates the highest price for a 10 km journey that takes 15 min.


Sightseeing

Familiarize yourself with the city on a tour by bus or boat. Tip! You can get on a tour bus directly in the harbor. Read more about our sightseeing options


Viking Line Terminal – general information

Information desk

Monday–sunday 06.15–10.45 am, 14.15–20.00 pm.

Tourist agency

The tourist office is located in the terminal near the main entrance and is open Friday–Sunday 09.30–11.30. Here you can find information on various attractions and brochures and maps. It's also possible to buy local transport tickets, entrance tickets to various attractions and the Stockholm Pass. The tourist office will be open until 20 May 2017. After this date it will be permanently closed.

We refer all passengers to the tourist office at the City Terminal, opposite Viking Line's shop where the city transfer buses from the harbor arrive. There is also a tourist office at Åhléns City (Klarabergsgatan 50, 2nd floor), which offers luggage storage, WC, the possibility to buy tickets, and charge mobile phones and tablets.

Luggage storage

Luggage lockers, max 24 hrs (for a fee).

Food & drink

On the lower level there is a coffee machine and soda vending machine. On the upper level there ís a mobile cafe and coffee, soft drink and snack vending machines.

Babycare

Babycare table in restrooms on both floors.

Restroom

There are restrooms on both floors. Restroom for the disabled is located on the 2nd floor. At the dock, after car check-in, there's a restroom (also for the disabled) and a shower.

Security check

Security checks occur during boarding. Remember that it is forbidden to bring food and drinks on board! More information about the rules


Cargo forwarding

  • Sun–Mon 06.00–11.00, 13.00–20.00
  • Tue–Fri 05.45–11.00, 13.00–20.00
  • Sat 05.30–11.00, 13.00–20.00

Read more about Cargo


Are you traveling by car?
– alcohol rules in Swedish traffic

Information from the Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) and Police in Sweden (Polisen):

In Sweden the limit for drunk driving is 0.10 milligrams of alcohol per litre of exhaled air, which corresponds to 0.2 parts per thousand in the blood.

All drivers who are stopped by the police in traffic will have to do a sobriety test. Drunk driving can lead to an investigation that results in the loss of your right to drive in Sweden for some time.

Boat transfer with M/S Emelie

One way or day ticket for travel from Masthamnen (close to the Viking Line terminal) to Stockholm City (Nybroplan) via Djurgården (Vasamuseum, Junibacken, Abbamuseum, Skansen, Gröna Lund) and vice versa with M/S Emelie. To travel by local ferries is an amazing way to experience a city built on islands.

€6.50/adult
€5/child (13–18 years)

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