We fly direct from Aarhus to Stockholm Bromma (nine times weekly).
Bringing you exceptional service is our highest priority. We therefore offer a full in-flight service on all our scheduled flights, including meals, snacks and drinks, newspapers, one item of baggage, hand baggage and excellent service.
With SUN-AIR, you’ll arrive in Stockholm direct from Jutland. Bromma City Airport is just seven kilometers from the Gamla Stan and the rest of the centre and, because the airport is so small, you’ll be en route to the city centre just minutes after landing. From the airport you can easily reach the city centre by bus or taxi. For more information.
Our flights are perfectly scheduled to fit in with your working day, with services arriving from Aarhus in the morning and departing from Stockholm in the late afternoon.
If you are in town for longer, there is lots to do in the Swedish capital. The city is spread out over 14 islands in Lake Mälaren, just where it meets the Baltic Sea to the east and travels through the Stockholm archipelago. The city's 700-year-old history is told through its large public buildings, palaces, museums and more.
Do not miss a visit to Gamla Stan, the city's oldest area. Here you will find crooked and narrow cobbled streets and small ports, charming and beautifully preserved houses dating back to the 1600s, the royal residence castle, the Royal Palace, gothic churches and many good cafes, bars, restaurants and shops designed in the Swedish style.
If you are going on a shopping spree, the districts Östermalm and Södermalm are must-visits. You will find everything from branded fashion shops to thrift stores. Fans of Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy of books and films can enjoy a special Millennium tour which retracesthe footsteps of Larsson's protagonists at Södermalm.
Stockholm is often called "Venice of the North" and can be explored via its network of waterways. Whether you choose a short sightseeing trip by ferry, or a day-long excursion to Lake Mälaren and the Stockholm archipelago, this is one of the most pleasant ways to discover the city and surrounding area.
The beautiful baroque palace of Drottningholm, which has served as the royal regent couple's private residence since 1981, is on UNESCO’s world heritage list and well worth a visit. The Palace is Sweden's best-preserved castle from the 1600s and represents the European architecture of that period.
Stockholm is also home to one of the best preserved shipwrecks from the 1600s, Vasa. You can see the Swedish warship at the Vasa Museum, and learn about its ill-fated maiden voyage in August 1628.
Bbuy a Stockholm Card for unlimited access to transport around the city by bus, T-banan and trains. You even get free or cheaper admission to Stockholm's museums and other attractions.
Learn about Stockholm’s many more exciting attractions and sights here.